The Puerto Princesa International Airport serves as a significant gateway to the rest of Philippines from the city of Puerto Princesa Palawan on Palawan Island. Operated by the Civil Aviation Authority, this airport currently can hold over 1000 passengers, and has a total of seven airlines to choose from. Small commercial aircrafts from Manila and Puerto Princesa can ferry tourist, traders and businessmen to northern tourism destinations using the Busuanga and El Nido airstrips. There are also direct flights from Manila to Taytay landing in the Judge Cesar Lim Rodriguez airport. With the plans of national a government to upgrade the capital city’s airport to conform with international standards as well as the expansion and improvement of airstrips in major tourist towns like Coron and El Nido, travel to Palawan will definitely Continue reading
The General Santos International Airport is located in Barangay Fatima in General Santos City. The airport, also referred to as the GenSan Airport by the locals, began commercial operations in 1996. When it opened, it was the biggest airport facility in Mindanao, occupying 600 hectares of real estate. It was built largely on grants from the United States through the United States Agency for International Development. The General Santos International Airport replaced the old Buayan Airport, which is now used by the Philippine Air Force as a satellite station. The airport serves as a primary gateway for the SOCSARGEN (South Cotabato, Saranggani, and General Santos) region. The newly built airport considered as one of the best airports in the country due to the panoramic view of Mount Matutum on its background, a glimpse of the city on one side and the clear Continue reading
The Cauayan Airport is located in Cauayan City, Isabela Province. This airport is one of three commercial airports in Isabela, the other being Palanan Airport in the town of Palanan and Maconacon Airport in the town of Maconacon. Between 1999 and 2008, the airport hosted no commercial flights, but in August of 2008, the Cauayan Airport reopened to commercial air traffic. The airport is located in Barangay San Fermin. It is considered a minor commercial domestic airport by the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines. Only Cebu Pacific, the main budget air carrier in the country, has flights from Manila to Cauayan Airport. Continue reading
Caticlan Airport is one of two ‘Boracay Airports’ (the other being Kalibo Airport). This airport services the general region of Caticlan, Malay, and the Aklan Province. This airport, also known locally as the Godofredo P. Ramos Airport, offers flights from Manila and Cebu to Caticlan, and vice versa.
The Surigao Domestic Airport is an airport serving the general area of Surigao City, in the province of Surigao del Norte. The Surigao Airport Code is SUG. The airlines that currently serve this airport are Cebu Pacific, with flights going to and from Cebu, Philippine Airlines (operated by PAL Express), with flights going to and from Manila.
On Siargao Island, a smaller airport is located in Sayak, Del Carmen, which can accommodate light and other smaller aircrafts.
The Mactan (Cebu) International Airport is located in Mactan Island, province of Cebu in Central Philippines and connected to Cebu City, the provincial capital 20 kilometers due southwest, through the Mactan-Mandaue bridge and Marcelo Fernan bridge. The airport is about 600 kilometers of the Ninoy Aquino (Manila) International Airport (NAIAA) and serves as the southern hub of the air transportation system of the Philippines. Mactan (Cebu) International Airport is ideally located that travel time is only 3 to 4 hours to fourteen (14) cities in the Asia Pacific. It is vital international gateway to the country’s economic prosperity. Continue reading
How can you get to Boracay from the Diosdado Macapagal International Airport? Although there are many outbound flights from DMIA (commonly known as Clark International Airport), there are only two flight routes from Clark International Airport that can get you there: 1). Clark Airport to Caticlan Airport, and Clark Airport to Kalibo Airport. Continue reading
The Kalibo International Airport (International Code KLO) is located in Aklan province on the island of Malay. It is an alternative airport to Caticlan for passengers traveling to Boracay Island. Kalibo is located approximately two hours drive time east of the Caticlan ferry terminal to Boracay.
The airlines that currently fly into this airport are Zest Airways, Philippine Airlines, Cebu Pacific Air, South East Asian Airlines, and AirAsia Airlines. Continue reading
The Clark International Airport (International Code CRK), or locally known as the Diosdado Macapagal International Airport (DMIA), is located at the site of the former United States Clark Air Force Base in Pampanga Province.
The Clark Airport is less congested than the Manila International Airport, especially for travelers going to destinations within the Philippines, such as Boracay. Flights from Clark are expanding each year as more and more passengers make use this terminal.