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Hi there so I’m about to depart on Monday and I just want to ask if I need to pay the travel tax? I already have my receipt of my flight and there is already a paid travel tax there for the Philippines. So should I still pay it or not? Thanks for the replies!

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32 minutes ago, jjose1234 said:

Hi there so I’m about to depart on Monday and I just want to ask if I need to pay the travel tax? I already have my receipt of my flight and there is already a paid travel tax there for the Philippines. So should I still pay it or not? Thanks for the replies!

If it was paid in your airfare then is no need to pay a second time.  ;)  

 

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There is another fee that must be paid.:

 

The Philippine Travel Tax is PHP1,620.00 (approximately $35.00). All passengers departing from the NAIA (Ninoy Aquino International Airport) are expected to pay the Airport Terminal Fee of PHP750.00 (approximately $17.00). No one is exempt from paying the Airport Terminal Fee.

 

This is seperate from the terminal fee that is included with the ticket when flying from NAIA.

 

https://tieza.gov.ph/travel-tax/

 

We paid it at the gvt annex office at the Mall of Asia on the second floor behind McDonalds.

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Terminal Tax fees seem to be part of tickets now of days in Philippines. 

 

Davao City Airport on domestic side the fee booth is now closed.  

 

You don't pay at Terminal 3 at NAIA in Manila for domestic, seems to be part of ticket.

 

 

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If not mistaken, terminal fee is typically included but not the travel tax.

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21 hours ago, boris64 said:

There is another fee that must be paid.:

 

The Philippine Travel Tax is PHP1,620.00 (approximately $35.00). All passengers departing from the NAIA (Ninoy Aquino International Airport) are expected to pay the Airport Terminal Fee of PHP750.00 (approximately $17.00). No one is exempt from paying the Airport Terminal Fee.

 

This is seperate from the terminal fee that is included with the ticket when flying from NAIA.

 

https://tieza.gov.ph/travel-tax/

 

We paid it at the gvt annex office at the Mall of Asia on the second floor behind McDonalds.

This is a part of the receipt that I got when we purchased the ticket. It says that there is “Philippines - Travel Tax” in the breakdown. Would this be the tax?

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7 minutes ago, jjose1234 said:

This is a part of the receipt that I got when we purchased the ticket. It says that there is “Philippines - Travel Tax” in the breakdown. Would this be the tax?

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The TIEZA is P1620.  If you do the conversion that is about 31.10USD


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58 minutes ago, jjose1234 said:

This is a part of the receipt that I got when we purchased the ticket. It says that there is “Philippines - Travel Tax” in the breakdown. Would this be the tax?

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THAT is the travel tax .. you are good to go!  

 

 


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