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Flights to Cebu (CEB)

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Cebu travel information

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Cebu, also known as "Queen City of the South" officially the Province of Cebu, is a province of the Philippines located in the Central Visayas region, and consists of a main island and 167 surrounding islands and islets. While in Cebu, be sure to visit Basilica of Santo Nino, do a quick trip to Kalanggaman Islet (Malapascua Island), visit the amazing Tumalog Falls and see the Taoist Temple. Other major attractions in Cebu are the stunning islands, beaches, diving spots, waterfalls, historical landmarks and local cuisine from hawker stalls to restaurants. Be sure to taste the famed roasted pig, puso rice and the Spanish stew pot, Pochero. Cebu has it all for your next tropical island getaway.

When to visit

December to February is the best time to visit Cebu City, as its summer and the dry season. It’s the ideal time for hot weather activities, swimming, diving and sightseeing with less rainfall. It is considered to be the gateway to paradise as it's located nearby to some of the most beautiful pristine beaches like Bantayan, Camotes, Mactan and Malapascua. The average temperature during this time is around 30°C. Festivals during this time are the Sinulog Festival and Holy Week. June, July and August are the summer months, with warm temperatures though it’s the rainy season with thunderstorms.

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What is the main airport called?

Mactan-Cebu Airport (CEB).Opens in a new tab or window It is the main international airport serving Cebu, Philippines. It’s located in Lapu-Lapu city on Mactan Island and serves the Central Visayas region. 

Arriving in Cebu

The friendly and helpful staff at Cebu Airport will greet you when you land, and from there, getting into the city is easy. 

Getting into Cebu from Cebu airport 

With a range of transport options available at the airport, travelling into With a range of transport options available at the airport, travelling into Cebu is easy. Choose from taxis, car rental, airport transfer or bus. Local white metered taxis are located at the domestic and international terminals and operate every 24 hours, and yellow taxis are also available. MyBus provide daily connections from the airport to Cebu city, with drop off points available through the city. Car rentals are available at the airport from both terminals with all the major providers to choose from. If you are travelling between terminals, there is a complementary shuttle bus to transfer passengers.

Getting around Cebu

There are plenty of ways to get around Cebu whether it’s by taxi, Uber, buses or jeepneys. The primary mode of transport is the jeepney, which has specific routes that can take you around the city. Jeepneys, multicabs, buses, and tricycles serve as the general transport between towns. Taxis can also be hired to take you to other parts of Cebu. Alternatively, you can rent a car for maximum comfort and convenience or join a guided tour.     

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For payment options other than PayPal or Qantas issued UATP, a card payment fee applies per passenger, per booking of NZ$7 for Trans-Tasman travel, and NZ$30 for international travel. For bookings made via Qantas Contact Centres (including through web chat and social media) or through Qantas airport locations, a fee of NZ$45 per passenger, per booking is applicable for Trans-Tasman and Australian domestic bookings and NZ$77 for international bookings. A NZ$30 surcharge per sector applies for peak-day travel (AKL-JFK on Fri/Sat/Sun, JFK-AKL on Thu/Fri/Sat). Some agents may charge service fees and/or fees for card payments which vary. Selected travel dates and days apply and fares may not be available on all flights or days. Offers subject to availability. Food, beverage and entertainment offerings vary between flights. All schedules subject to change, including last minute aircraft changes. Prices correct as at 10 March 2023 but may fluctuate if carrier charges, taxes, fees or currency rates change. Black-out dates apply. Visit for full conditions. 

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