If the roads are blocked, how would you reach your destination? Got consecutive meetings at locations far away from each other? Afraid to miss your flight? It’s a good thing that you have an option other than taking the road. Try air charter service!

Today in the Philippines, Manila is celebrating the Feast of the Black Nazarene. Many devotees visit Quiapo, Manila yearly for the Translacion, the procession of the holy image. As millions of people visit Manila to join the celebration, some roads are usually blocked for few hours, even for the whole day.


Road Closure in Manila due to the Feast of the Black Nazarene, avail air charter service

Road Closure in Manila due to the Feast of the Black Nazarene, List of Festivals in January


Road closure in Manila is not uncommon anymore. In the recent years, Manila has been hosting events and summits such as ASEAN and APEC. We can also recall the Papal Visit of Pope Francis back in 2015. Manila has also been improving its public highways and roadworks, making roadblocks even worse.

Now that air charter service is becoming more accessible to everyone, why not fly from one point of Manila to another? Don’t let the road blocking hinder you from accomplishing the things that have to be done. If you have a series of meetings and don’t want to be slowed down by the road closure, you may book air transfer if roadblocks are to be expected. Aviation companies, like PhilJets, can arrange your flights according to your needs.


PhilJets Offers Air Charter Service in Manila

PhilJets Offers Air Charter Service in Manila


You might as well should have considered booking a heli ride to avoid arriving late at your destination should you be taking a road that is affected by the rerouting today due to Black Nazarene Feast. Not only it’s convenient, but you can also see the festivities from up above. This should be the same when you visit Aklan for Ati-Atihan, Cebu for Sinulog, and Iloilo for Dinagyang this January.

Here in the Philippines, everybody loves holidays especially the festivals, not the random roadblocks that come with it though. Fly with PhilJets around the Metro Manila, to Boracay, Cebu, and even Iloilo!