June 23, 2020

CAAP Releases List of Airports with LGU Clearance to Resume Commercial Flights

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  • The Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) released a full list of airports in the country that were granted approval from respective local government units (LGUs) to resume operations of commercial flights.

    As of June 18, 26 airports in the country were given a go signal from LGUs to resume the operations of commercial flights. Some airports, however, are still subject to different documentary and passenger LGU restrictions while allowing commercial flights as per CAAP’s Facebook post advisory.

    LOOK: List of airports with LGU clearance to resume commercial flights as of 18 June 2020As of today, 18 June, there…

    Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippinesさんの投稿 2020年6月18日木曜日

    Airports to resume commercial flights are as follows:

    • Romblon Airport
    • Naga Airport
    • Manila International Airport
    • Clark International Airport
    • Cauayan Airport
    • Palanan Airport
    • Laguindingan Airport
    • Dipolog Airport
    • Pagadian Airport
    • Borongan Airport
    • Antique Airport
    • Masbate Airport
    • Mactan-Cebu International Airport
    • Tacloban Airport
    • Legazpi Airport
    • Ormoc Airport
    • Catbalogan Airport
    • San Jose Airport
    • Catarman Airport
    • Ozamis Airport

    Also read: Local Airlines Resume Commercial Flights This June

    Clark International Airport

    Meanwhile, 6 airports are set to start commercial flights on later dates:

    • Basco Airport (July 1)
    • Virac Airport (July 1)
    • Surigao Airport (August)
    • Siargao Airport (September 1)
    • San Vicente Airport (July 1)
    • Busuanga Airport (July 1)

    On the other hand, 17 airports are still not yet allowed to resume commercial flights including Bohol-Panglao International Airport, Kalibo International Airport, Caticlan Airport, and Laoag International Airport among others.

    Also read: What You Need to Know About the ‘New Normal’ in the Philippines

    For updates or advisories, you may check DOTr and CAAP‘s Facebook pages.

    Source: Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines’ Facebook page, Department of Transportation official website

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