About Us

Philippine Flight Network is your personal guide to exploring this magnificent archipelago of 7,107 beautiful islands. From hotels to hidden wonders, we will bring you the very best that the Philippines has to offer.

This website combines a passion of aviation with the joy of travelling in the Philippines. We are here to showcase the hottest destinations, newest attractions, trendiest restaurants, and best hotels. We want to share the Philippine experience with the entire world!

Follow this page to discover flight promos, airline news, hotel reviews, exciting destinations and much more. From Cebu Pacific to Philippine Airlines, we'll keep you informed and make travel affordable so that you can keep exploring!


Darryl Wilson, Editor

Philippine Flight Network Team

Darryl Wilson is a Filipino-British-Canadian hospitality management professional with a passion for travel and volunteerism. In addition to his career in tourism, he also enjoys travel writing and blogging. Darryl's life changed on a VolunTourism trip to the Philippines in 2009 when he fell in love with the country and its people. Since then, Darryl has dedicated his life to a mission of ending poverty in the Philippines through tourism.

HybridAce101 is a PhD student wannabe who wants to figure out why it is so difficult for governments, particularly in developing nations, to get on board with improving the country. He also takes a leisurely interest in getting to the bottom of how air and public transportation in the Philippines can be improved to better reflect international standards. HybridAce101 occasionally travels to distant countries and enjoys sharing them with readers whenever possible.

Angelo Agcamaran is an architect apprentice. He has been fascinated with aircraft since childhood. Angelo began photographing aircraft with his cousin's camera, which eventually became his in 2012. His interest in aviation has continued to grow since then. Angelo's photography subjects are not limited to aircraft but also include occasional shots of people and architecture as well.

The Paranoid Traveler is a freelance writer, part-time professor, full-time leisure traveler, and a whole-lot-of-time dog lover. If not writing or traveling, the Paranoid Traveler loves playing with her dogs and watching cartoons.

Brian Kevin (@itsbriankevin) is a full-time IT professional, part-time social media manager, & a weekend graduate school student. He writes his travel content through Why Would I Travel and food reviews via looloo. As a passionate photographer, he became a pioneer volunteer for Postcards from Disasters and currently service as their social media head. On his idle time, he loves to play with his black labrador named Hogo and read Haruki Murakami novels.

Grace Gaston-Dousel is a homeschooling mompreneur and author who grows and learns by teaching and traveling. She feeds her passions for entrepreneurship, writing and exploring cultures by managing an online health and wellness business and two travel agencies.

Surface Traveller is an Australian who loves trains, likes ships (even the humble Filipino bangka) and planes but detests cars although they are occasionally useful. He has an abiding interest in worldwide travel with the Philippines being one of his favourite spots. The snorkelling, glorious white sand beaches, and the amazingly friendly people are just a few of the things he loves about the land of 7,107 islands. He rates the Visayas and Mindanao ahead of much of Luzon and suggests that Manila is not really typical of the Philippines, believing that the country overall is a hugely underrated travel and tourism destination.

Harry Boy has spent 4500 nights in hotels in 85 different cities at Titanium, Diamond, Platinum and Asbestos tiers. He can even refill a mini-bar whisky bottle with apple juice from a mouthwash bottle!
He has flown over 800 flights on 37 different airlines, through 66 different airports, and 269 times out of MNL, which has left him jet lagged for the last 20 years. But at the same time, he has been nerdy enough to record every flight and every night at home or away. Now living in the 'rehabilitation' that is Boracay for the past 10 years, he is at the heart of tourism in the Philippines and will report on  global travel and its local impact on the Philippines, while selling apple juice!

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