Sunday, December 6, 2009

flights to Boracay and the rest of the Islands, Philippines

                               your front row seat to the best beach in the wOrld

Fellow wanderlusts, sun worshippers and beachcombers! Your attention please. Getting to Boracay (and the rest of the Philippines 7,107 islands) from Manila and Cebu is now much easier than ever:

Starting December 1, Air Philippines resumed its flights to Boracay gateway Caticlan.
In a statement, Air Philippines said the flights resumed after the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) lifted its ban on the limited use of Caticlan airport. It said its Bombardier Q300 turboprop aircraft is used in this route.
Air Philippines flies eight times a day to Caticlan from Manila and twice a day from Cebu.


Other destinations being served by Air Philippines:
With the deployment of the Q300 turboprop to Caticlan, Air Philippines also announced the adjustment of its schedule to other domestic destinations:
* twice a day flights Manila to Busuanga reduced to daily;
* daily flights Manila to Calbayog reduced to thrice weekly;
* daily flights Manila to Catarman reduced to four times weekly;
* four times a week Cebu-Dipolog service reduced to thrice a week; and
* suspension of Cebu-Butuan, Cebu-General Santos, and vice versa service.
The new domestic schedule also took effect December 1.
Air Philippines currently uses a fleet of three 50-seater Q300 and five 76-seater Q400 turboprop aircraft which fly from:
* Manila to: Busuanga, Caticlan, Calbayog, Naga, Ormoc, San Jose (Mindoro), Tuguegarao, Virac, and vice versa;
* Cebu to: Bacolod, Caticlan, Cagayan de Oro, Dipolog, Iloilo, Kalibo, Ozamiz, Tacloban, Zamboanga and vice versa; and
* Zamboanga to Davao and vice versa.
For further details on the revised Air Philippines flight schedule, passengers may call their 24-hour reservations hotline at 855-9000 or log on to their website.

This information was lifted from inquirer.net. 
See you in paradise island by summer!






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