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Madinah is the most important Islamic city while also being the administrative centre of the Madinah province. The city is known for its peace and tranquillity and is home to some of the most important Islamic landmarks and archaeological sites. Besides, Madinah is rich in culture, heritage, and museums. Widely popular as ‘The Prophet’s City,’ it is considered as the second holiest city to Makkah with three oldest mosques – the Quba Mosque, Al-Masjid Al Nabawi, and Masjid al-Qiblatayn. Located in the most fertile part of Hejaz territory, Madinah offers some spectacularly scenic views to its visitors, making it a great travel destination. So, plan your holiday or pilgrimage and book cheap air-tickets to and from Madinah with just a few clicks on www.ejazah.com.
Named after Prince Mohammed bin Abdul Aziz, the Madinah airport handles domestic as well as international flights well. Also, it offers scheduled international services to regional destinations such as Doha, Dubai, Cairo, Istanbul, and Kuwait City. In fact, it also accommodates international charter flights during the Hajj and Umrah seasons. It is the fourth busiest airport in Saudi Arabia, handling over seven lakh passengers annually. The Madinah Airport has been awarded Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold certification for the recent terminal expansion from the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). LEED certification is considered the industry standard in defining and measuring "green," sustainable construction. Customize your travel to Madinah with cheap air tickets and accommodation.
Manila, the capital city of Philippines, is officially known as the City of Manila. The city has great historical significance and contains a number of ancient sites with some dating back to the 16th century. The weather in Manila is generally hot throughout the year due to the tropical savannah climate. Manila has several cultural heritage landmarks and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The architecture is a blend of modern designs and Spanish colonial buildings. The city is also one of the best shopping destinations in Asia. The city is served by two airports – the Ninoy Aquino International Airport and the Clark International Airport.
The Ninoy Aquino International Airport is commonly referred to as the Manila International Airport. The airport handles commercial flights and high cargo volume. Terminal 1 and 3 are dedicated to foreign flights, while terminals 2 and 4 are used exclusively for domestic flights. There are several foreign airlines that fly to and from the Manila International Airport.