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Last Minute Business Class to Fun on Boracay

Discounted last minute flights open up a lively tropical beach holiday on Boracay. - IFlyFirstClass

Only a small strait separates beautiful Boracay Island from Panay Island, but it feels worlds away. The island is a haven for those seeking recreation, tropical beaches and hip nightlife. White Beach overflows with resorts and pubs, and it’s the place to party, sunbathe and play. Standup paddleboarding the calm waters of White Beach is also popular. If thrilling water sports are more your style, head to Bulabog Beach on the island’s western shore. There, you’ll delight in kitesurfing, kiteboarding, windsurfing and parasailing. The island has a dozen beaches, and you can spend a day visiting most of them on this tiny island. There are plenty of scuba diving spots, fun boat rides, ziplining, cliff diving and ATV activities too. At night, the island really shines with live music and a contagious party atmosphere. Be sure to try to catch one of the many nighttime fire dancing shows on the beach. Want to join in on the Boracay fun? Book your last minute business deals to Kalibo International Airport. A short domestic flight to Caticlan puts you in the perfect spot to ferry over to Boracay.

Take Business Class to Baguio

 Find last minute deals to Baguio for mountaintop treasures. - IFlyFirstClass

Temperate weather in Baguio makes the city a popular summer refuge. A large city on Luzon Island’s north side, Baguio is known for its pine forests and mossy fields. With this picturesque setting, you can count on having plenty of outdoor recreation here. Burnham Park is one place to find this lively recreation. Rent a pedal boat to glide along the park’s lake, or test your balance at the ice skating rink. The park is particularly known for its orchids, so keep an eye out for the delicate and colorful blooms. For spectacular views of the region, head to Mine Views Park. From the hilltop overlook, you’ll revel in the scene below of a quaint mining town. There are many other things to see and do in Baguio, too, including zip lining at John Hay Air Base. Baguio Cathedral, Session Road shopping and Lourdes Grotto are also popular sites. To see all of Baguio’s hilltop delights, book your last minute flights to Clark Airport. It’s a five-hour bus trip from Clark to Baguio.

Bohol Island Is The Ideal Business Class Flight Destination

 Book business class flights to enjoy holidays on Bohol. - IFlyFirstClass

The Philippines’ legendary Chocolate Hills are truly unforgettable. While the hill grasses start out green during the rainy season, they eventually turn a deep chocolate brown. The chocolate hill complex is just one of many stellar Bohol Island attractions. Tagbilaran is the island’s capital city, and it’s full of shopping, dining, cultural and historical sites. There are also some pretty incredible beaches on and near Bohol. Panglao is actually a separate island just off Bohol, and its beaches are legendary. The little island also has interesting historic sites, including a watchtower and a church. A captivating museum, traditional homes and old churches are found in Baclayon. The city is also a prime spot for dolphin watching tours. There are several other towns and attractions on the island, and it’s fun to explore them all. You can reach Bohol Island by flying business class to Manila, then hopping a domestic flight to Tagbilaran.

Enjoy Business Class Seats to Manila

Relish your trip to Manila with comfy business class seats. - IFlyFirstClass

Manila is bursting with attractions, historic churches and activities. Fort Santiago is a definite “must-see” for its historic significance. The citadel was built in the 16th century to guard the walled city of Manila. The fort museum explores the history of the citadel, and the dungeon brings that history to life. Equally historic and grand is San Agustin Church, constructed in the late 16th and early 17th centuries. Its baroque architecture, paintings and carvings are magnificent, and its ambiance is revelatory. Other important and fascinating churches in Manila include Quiapo and San Sebastian churches and Manila Cathedral. More history can be found at Malacanang Palace and Museum of the Philippino People. Contemporary local attractions include Manila Ocean Park, Manila Zoo and Star City theme park. Visitors to Manila also enjoy the abundant shopping, nightlife, dining and sports matches. To enjoy all the city has to offer, book business class seat to Ninoy Aquino International Airport.