5:40p ORD » 2:55p MNL
All Nippon Airways 1 stop (21h15m)
7:50a MNL » 2:20p ORD
All Nippon Airways 1 stop (30h30m)
4:15p ORD » 7:15a MNL
Unknown Company 2 stops (39h)
5:45p MNL » 3:57a ORD
Unknown Company 2 stops (34h12m)
Average flight duration: 36h36m (flight with stopovers)
With Chicago located in the USA, and Manila located in the Philippines, flying between the two cities takes travelers over the North Pacific Ocean across a distance of around 8,125 miles. Flights from Chicago to Manila take around 19h and are operated by airlines such as Cathay Pacific, United Airlines and Delta Air Lines. Chicago O’Hare International Airport is the point of departure; the airport can be reached from Chicago’s city center to the airport by taxi, on the CTA “L” Train, by shuttle bus, or by a number of other means of transport. From Manila’s Ninoy Aquino International Airport, travelers can take either a taxi or bus into the city center.
The capital city of the Philippines, Manila is located next to Manila Bay and as such benefits from sea views. Once colonised by the Spanish, relics from this time can still be seen throughout the city: Spanish colonial architecture such as that found in Intramuros, a walled area in Manila, is one such example. The San Augustin Church, Fort Santiago, and Plaza de Armas can all be found here. There’s also the Rizal Park, the National Museum of the Philippines, and the Malacañang Palace to discover, before filling up on some local Philippine cuisine.