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Flights From Cebu To Brisbane

Flight information Mactan-Cebu International to Brisbane

Cheapest return price last month

P27,480

Direct airlines

0

Average flight time, total distance 5249 kilometres

10h 50min

Most popular airline last month

Singapore Airlines

Brisbane

1 airport

Brisbane, the capital of Queensland, Australia is a big city that delivers a small town feel. The country’s third-biggest city, it is known for its relaxed yet sophisticated culture that attracts a large number of tourists from various parts of the world, which include Cebu, Philippines.

 

Once in Brisbane, they should make it a point to visit some of its most notable attractions like Lone Pine Koala Santuary, the largest koala sanctuary in the world with a land area of 18 hectares or 44 acres; Fraser Island, a World Heritage-listed site that is also the world’s biggest sand island; and the Story Bridge, an iconic steel cantilever bridge that is constructed 80 meters above the Brisbane River and offers an unadulterated view of the city.

 

Filipinos (individuals of Philippine origin) who are contemplating of having a Brisbane vacation should not get too excited and rather than hurriedly signing up for promo deals and purchasing airfare, they should do their research. This way, they can enjoy a worthwhile vacation that is convenient in every aspect. Their research should contain basic yet essential transportation concerns like those that are elaborated below.

 

What airlines fly the Cebu – Brisbane route?

 

There are currently no direct flights from Cebu to Brisbane, but there are connecting flights that are offered by tried and tested air transport firms. Some of them are Philippine Airlines (via Manila and Darwin), Silk Air (via Singapore), Singapore Airlines (via Singapore), China Airlines (via Taipei), and Cathay Pacific (via Hong Kong), among others.

 

What should passengers expect from the airports?

 

·         Mactan-Cebu International Airport

 

The second-busiest airport in the Philippines, Mactan-Cebu International Airport was established to serve not just the city of Cebu (the country’s second-biggest economy), but also the cities as well as the municipalities in the Central Visayas Region.

 

Due to the important role that it plays in the economy and tourism of the Philippines, the airport administration made sure that it is well-equipped with some of the most respectable amenities and equipment. They include duty free stores, restaurants, cafes, pharmacies, first aid stations, wheel chair kiosks, luggage facilities, ATMs, and many others.

 

·         Brisbane International Airport

 

Brisbane International Airport is the lone aviation facility that serves the city of Brisbane. This sprawling airline infrastructure has terminal buildings that are connected by shuttle as well as rail services. Its officials tried to inject a sense of fun and comfort into it by putting an Airport Village, which is a dining, recreational, and retail complex just a couple of miles from the airport. There, passengers can find restaurants, cafes, shopping centers, beauty salons, and so on.

 

What about transportation?

 

·         Mactan-Cebu International Airport

 

In general, commuting in metropolitan areas can be baffling; this is not case in the cities (that include Cebu) and municipalities in the Central Visayas Region. Aside from smoother traffic and less congested roads, there are several transportation options that are available. They are made up of buses (USD .52 or PHP 25.00), multi-cabs or jeepneys (USD .16 or PHP 8.00), taxis (USD 3.20 or PHP 152.00), and rental cars (daily rates of approximately USD 37.58 or PHP 1,782.58)

 

·         Brisbane International Airport

 

Traffic situations in Brisbane are managed splendidly and for this reason, Filipino travelers do not have to worry about the hustle and bustle of commuting in a foreign land. While there, they can turn to trains (USD 12.06 or PHP 572.16), shuttle buses (USD 12.06 or PHP 572.16), taxis (USD 22.61 or PHP 1,072.80), and rental cars (starts at PHP 33.97 or PHP 1,611.62).

 

What about food expenses?

 

Food are more expensive in Brisbane compared to Cebu. For instance, a meal in an inexpensive restaurant may cost around USD 13.53 or PHP 641.87 in the former, but approximately USD 3.16 or PHP 150.00 in the latter. Also, a fast food meal may cost around USD 7.51 or PHP 356.59 in Brisbane, but only about USD 2.53 or PHP 120.00 in Cebu.

 

What are the visa requirements?

 

When traveling to Brisbane and other Australian cities and municipalities, Filipino tourists are required to present a valid passport and a visa. The latter allows them to stay at the country for three to six months, although a year stay is also granted in some cases. To apply for the mentioned document, interested parties need to download application forms from the Australian Embassy’s Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC) website. Then submit them—together with other paperwork—like bank statements, passport, and photographs, to name a few, at the Australian Visa Information and Application Center at Unit 1004-B, 10/F Keppel Center, Samar Loop cor Cardinal Rosales Ave, Cebu Business Park, Cebu City. 

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