SkyJet Airlines (or SKYJET Airlines) is the operating name of Magnum Air and is a boutique airline based in the Philippines. The airline was the first boutique airline in Manila. The airline started regular commercial flights in December 2012 with the launch of its Manila-Basco route.
SkyJet Airlines flies from its base at ‘Manila Domestic Airport’, in Ninoy Aquino International Airport, to stunning holiday destinations within the Philippines.
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SkyJet Airlines has a different baggage policy for carry-on and checked baggage policy.
Each passenger can carry a single carry-on bag weighing up to 15kg onto the plane.
The airline allows one piece of free 10kg check-in baggage allowance.
The excess baggage rate is 360Php (7.43 USD) per kilo (subject to change). The maximum weight for check-in baggage is 32kilos per item only.
The airline only has one class fare available: Standard Economy. The seats provide ample storage space in the overhead compartments and have fold-down trays.
Unfortunately, the airline does not provide in-flight entertainment.
WiFi is not available.
Unfortunately, in-flight meals are not available.
Find out about SkyJet Airlines' check-in policy, including check-in closing and opening times.
Online check-in is not currently available for the airline. Passengers are able to check-in at the airport’s check-in counter.
SkyJet has its own check-in counter, which opens two hours before the scheduled flight departure time. Check-in closes forty five minutes before the scheduled time of departure.
Passengers are asked to arrive at the boarding gate at least twenty minutes before the scheduled flight departure.
The airline does not operate a frequent flyer program.
The airline is not a member of an airline alliance program.
SkyJet Airlines flies to some of the most stunning destinations within the Philippines, including Batanes (Basco), Busuanga (Coron), Camiguin and San Vicente. The flights are all short-haul, between 35 minutes (Manila – Coron) and 70 minutes (Manila – Batanes).
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SkyJet Airlines has its hub at Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL). The airline is based at NAIA Terminal 4, which is also known as Manila Domestic Airport. International airlines that fly to MNL include Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines, United Airlines, Jetstar Japan, and Delta Air Lines.
SkyJet Airlines has a fleet of 80-seater BAE-146. This British-made aircraft is ideal for small island airports with short runaways, as it specialises in short take-offs and landings. Each aircraft is capable of flying 80-92 passengers.