Flights from Binghamton (BGM) to Manila (MNL)

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Binghamton (BGM) to Manila (MNL)
 Depart 11 Apr 16
 Return 18 Apr 16

Flying with United Airlines

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  5 more momondo.com flights available on this route
$1,522   Dep 06 May 16 - Rtn 13 May 16
Binghamton to Manila
BGM to MNL momondo.com
$1,706   Dep 26 Apr 16 - Rtn 03 May 16
Binghamton to Manila
BGM to MNL momondo.com
$1,975   Dep 06 Apr 16 - Rtn 13 Apr 16
Binghamton to Manila
BGM to MNL momondo.com
$2,311   Dep 16 Apr 16 - Rtn 23 Apr 16
Binghamton to Manila
BGM to MNL momondo.com
$3,018   Dep 21 Apr 16 - Rtn 28 Apr 16
Binghamton to Manila
BGM to MNL momondo.com
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      Travel information for Binghamton to Manila

      Manila photo   Manila
      Deals on offer forBinghamton to Manila7
      Cheapest ticket price forBinghamton to Manila$851
      Average flight price forBinghamton to Manila$1950
      Distance from Binghamton to Manila8375 miles

        Facts and figures about flying from Binghamton to Manila

      • Flights from Binghamton to Manila are rarely cancelled
      • Binghamton to Manila flights have a very slim chance of being delayed
      • Flights between Binghamton and Manila are rarely subject to diversions