November 29, 2016

List of Airports in the Philippines

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    1. Manila Ninoy Aquino airport

    The Ninoy Aquino International Airport, more popularly known as NAIA, is the main airport for international travellers to the Philippines. Read more:

    Address: Andrews Ave, Pasay, 1300 Metro Manila

    Code: MNL

    Contact: 02-870- 7888



    2. Legazpi airport

    Legazpi airport is a major airport in the Bicol region, serving the vicinity of Legazpi, the capital city of Abay.

    Address: Magayon Dr, Legazpi City, 4500 Albay

    Code: LGP

    Contact: (63-52) 245-5024 / 481-0780


    3. Cauayan airport

    Cauayan Airport is an airport serving the general area of Cauayan, a city in Isabela province in the Philippines.

    Address: Airport Rd, Cauayan City, 3305 Isabela

    Code: CYZ

    Contact: 078-652-2314


    4. Mactan-Cebu International airport

    Mactan Cebu Airport is an international airport and has only one terminal. It is the home of the Cebu Pacific Airline The airport was built between 1960 and 1970, and has a total of about eleven square miles.

    Address: Lapu-Lapu Airport Road, Lapu-Lapu City, Mactan, Cebu

    Code: CEB


    Contact: 032-340-2486



    5. Busuanga airport

    Francisco B. Reyes Airport, formerly Busuanga Airport, is an airport serving the general area of Coron, located on Busuanga Island in the province of Palawan, the Philippines.

    Address: Coron Island, 5316 Palawan

    Code: USU

    Contact: 048-723-2886


    6. Surigao airport

    Surigao Airport is located in Surigao City in the region of Surigao del Norte, Philippines. It is the main domestic airport for Surigao City.

    Address: AH26, Surigao City, 8400 Surigao del Norte

    Code: SUG

    Contact: 086-826-3898


    7. Davao International airport

    Davao International Airport, formally known as Francisco Bangoy International Airport, is the main airport of the Philippines’ third main island – Mindanao.

    Address: Buhangin, Davao City, 8000 Davao del Sur

    Code: DVO

    Contact: 082-234-0418


    8. Dumaguete airport

    The airport serves the general area of Dumaguete City, and is classified as a Class 1 principal, major domestic airport by the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines, the national aviation authority within the Philippines that also operates the airport.

    Address: Sibulan, 6201 Negros Oriental

    Code: DGT

    Contact: 035-225-0900


    9. Virac airport

    Virac Airport is the only airport serving the island province of Catanduanes in the Philippines.

    Address: Virac, 4800 Catanduanes

    Code: VRC


    10. Puerto Princesa (Palawan) airport

    The Puerto Princesa International Airport is the main airport serving the capital of the island province of Palawan.

    Address: Rizal Avenue, Barangay San Miguel, Puerto Princesa, 5300 Palawan

    Code: PPS

    Contact: 048-433-4965


    11. Clark airport

    Clark International Airport, also known as Diosdado Macapagal International Airport or DMIA, is located in the vicinity of the Clark Freeport Zone, a former US military air base.

    Address: Andres Bonifacio Avenue, Clark Special Economic Zone, Clark Field, Mabalacat City, Clark Freeport Zone, Mabalacat, 2023 Pampanga

    Code: CRK

    Contact: 045-499-1464



    12. Catarman airport

    Catarman National Airport serves the area of Catarman in the Northern Samar province of the Philippines. It is classed as a minor domestic airport by the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines, and mostly operates flights to and from Manila with local carriers, including Cebu Pacific and Philippine Airlines.

    Address: Brgy. Dalakit,, Catarman, Northern Samar

    Code: CRM

    Contact: 053-554-0013


    13. Kalibo International (Boracay) airport

    The Kalibo International Airport is the second gateway to the Philippines’ most popular tourist destination – Boracay. The airport is bigger compared to the other gateway, Caticlan Airport. Kalibo International Airport has a bigger runway that can serve bigger aircrafts.

    Address: Kalibo International Airport Access Road, Kalibo, 5600 Aklan

    Code: KLO

    Contact: 036-272-1161


    14. Roxas City airport

    As a major domestic airport, tourists will find that Roxas City Airport makes a fairly reliable gateway to Panay. It has a runway measuring 6,201 ft long, allowing it to accommodate small- up to medium-sized planes.

    Address: Arnaldo Boulevard, Roxas City, 5800 Capiz

    Code: RXS

    Contact: 036-621-2249


    15. San Jose (Mindoro) airport

    San Jose Airport, formerly known as McGuire Field, is an airport serving the general area of San Jose, Occidental Mindoro in the Philippines.

    Address: Bubog Rd, San Roque, San Jose, 5100 Occidental Mindoro

    Code: SJI

    Contact: 043-491-1828


    16. Iloilo International airport

    Having newly opened back in 2007, Iloilo International Airport is said to be of the most modern airports in the Philippines, resembling Hong Kong International Airport.

    Address: Iloilo Airport Access Road,Cabatuan 5031,Iloilo

    Code: ILO

    Contact: 033-320-8058


    17. Ozamis City airport

    The Ozamiz City Airport is officially known as Labo Airport, the only airport in the region of Misamis Occidental. The airport is also known as the Benigno S. Aquino, Jr, Airport, names after a well-known political and national figure. The airport serves the Ozamiz City area which is located in Misamis Occidental, Philippines.

    Address: Ozamiz City, 7200 Misamis Occidental

    Code: OZC

    Contact: 088-521-1785


    18. Calbayog airport

    Calbayog Airport is the main commercial airport serving the area of Calbayog City in the Samar province of the Philippines.
    Address: Pan-Philippine Hwy, Calbayog City, 6710 Samar

    Code: CYP

    Contact: 055-209-3102


    19. Bacolod-Silay airport

    Bacolod Silay International Airport, also known in Filipino as Paliparan ng Bacolod-Silay, officially began operations and opened its doors in January 2008 to Bacolod City and nearby destinations include Silay City. It is now the main airport that serves the province of Negros Oriental and Negros del Norte, mostly used by the people in Silay and Bacolod cities.

    Address: Airport Road, Silay City, 6116 Negros Occidental

    Code: BCD

    Contact: 034-435-2448


    20. Cotabato (Awang) airport

    Awang Airport serves Cotabato City in the Maguindanao province, Philippines. It derives its name from its location in Barangay Awang, situated approximately 8.6 km from Cotabato City. The airport is sometimes also referred to as Cotabato Airport or Maguindanao Airport, and is classified as a Class 1 principal (major domestic) airport by the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines.

    Address: Datu Odin Sinsuat, Maguindanao

    Code: CBO

    Contact: 0977-422-4556


    21. Siargao Island airport

    Sayak Airport, also known as Siargao Airport, is an airport serving the general area of Siargao Island, located in the province of Surigao del Norte in the Philippines.

    Address: Barangay Sayak 8418, Siargao Circumferential Rd, Del Carmen, Surigao del Norte

    Code: IAO


    22. Cagayan De Oro airport

    Address: Laguindingan Airport Control Tower, Laguindinfan, Laguindingan, Misamis Oriental

    Code: LIA




    23. Laoag International airport

    Laoag International Airport is the northern most airport in the Philippines, and is the only airport that serves the capital city Laoag, of the province of Ilocos Norte.

    Address: Laoag City, Ilocos Norte

    Code: LAO

    Contact: 077-607-0246


    24. Masbate airport

    Masbate Airport is the only domestic airport serving the entire Masbate Province in the Philippines, and is located in the city itself. It is classified as a minor domestic airport by the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP).

    Address: Airport Rd, Masbate City, 5400 Masbate

    Code: MBT

    Contact: 056-333-3007


    25. Caticlan (Boracay) airport

    The Godofredo P. Ramos Airport, more popularly known as Caticlan airport, is one of the main gateways to the most popular destination in the Philippines – Boracay Island.

    Address: Aklan West Road, Malay, 5608 Aklan

    Code: MPH


    26. Dipolog airport

    Dipolog AIrport is a beachside airport in Dipolog City, the capital of the province of Zamboanga del Norte. While it is classified as a domestic airport and is a fairly small and simple affair, Dipolog Airport is one of the country’s busiest.

    Address: Airport Rd, Dipolog City, 7100 Zamboanga del Norte

    Code: DPL

    Contact: 065-212-2359


    27. Ormoc airport

    Ormoc Airport is an airport serving the general area of Ormoc, located in the province of Leyte in the Philippines. It is one of three airports in the province of Leyte, the others being Daniel Z. Romualdez Airport in Tacloban and Hilongos Airport.

    Address: Ormoc, 6541 Leyte

    Code: OMC


    28. Tacloban airport

    Tacloban Airport is also known as Daniel Z. Romualdez Airport and is owned by the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines. It is the main airport in Tablocan city, in the province of Leyte and overlooks Cancabato Bay. Currently, there are four airlines serving Tacloban Domestic Airport: Cebu Pacific, Tigerair Philippines, AirAsia Zest and Philippine Airlines.

    Address: Airport Road,Tacloban City 6500,Leyte

    Code: TAC

    Contact: 053-323-6191


    29. Tuguegarao airport

    Nestled in the heart of the Cagayan Valley, Tuguegarao Airport serves the area of Tuguegarao City in the Cagayan province of the Philippines. Under the Air Transportation Office of the Philippines, it is classified as a major commercial domestic airport. It currently operates with three local airlines: Air Philippines, Cebu Pacific, and Philippine Airlines.

    Address: Tuguegarao, 3500 Cagayan

    Code: TUG

    Contact: (078) 304 1015


    30. Camiguin airport

    Camiguin Airport is an airport serving the general area of Mambajao, located in the province of Camiguin in the Philippines. It is the only airport in the province of Camiguin.

    Address: Mambajao, Camiguin

    Code: CGM


    31. Tagbilaran airport

    Tagbilaran Airport is a major domestic airport in the Philippines serving the province of Bohol. It is the nearest airport to the populardestinations in Bohol – the Chocolate Hills and the beaches of Panglao.

    Address: Tagbilaran Airport, Airport Road, Tagbilaran City, 6300 Bohol

    Code: TAG

    Contact: (038) 412 0833


    32. Basco (Batanes) airport

    Basco Airport is one of two domestic airports serving the province of Batanes in the Republic of the Philippines. Located at Basco, the provincial capital of Batanes serves as a gateway to the northern most inhabited areas of the Philippines.

    Address: Basco, Batanes

    Code: BSO


    33. Tandag airport

    Tandag Airport is the airport serving the general area of Tandag, the capital city of Surigao del Sur in the Philippines. It is one of two airports in Surigao del Sur, the other being Bislig Airport.

    Address: Tandag, Surigao del Sur

    Code: TDG

    Contact: 0912 669 6687


    34. Zamboanga International airport

    The Zamboanga International Airport, locally known as the Paliparang Pandaigdig ng Zamboanga, or in the local dialect (Chavacano)Aeropuerto Internacional de Zamboanga, is the main airport the city of Zamboanga in the island of Mindanao, Philippines.

    Address: Gov. Camins Rd, Barangay Baliwasan, Zamboanga, 7000

    Code: ZAM

    Contact: (062) 991 1394



    35. Pagadian airport

    Pagadian Airport is located 5 km from the city of Pagadian, Philippines. It is the gateway to Pagadian City, as well as the provinces of Zamboanga del Sur and Zamboanga Sibugay.

    Address: 7016, Pagadian City, 7016 Zamboanga del Sur

    Code: PAG


    36. Tablas airport

    Tugdan Airport is an airport located in the province of Romblon in the Philippines. The airport is located in Barangay Tugdan in the municipality of Alcantara, from which the airport derives its name.

    Address: Alcantara, Romblon

    Code: TBH


    37. General Santos International airport

    General Santos International Airport is located in Barangay Fatima in General Santos City. It replaces the old Buayan Airport in Barangay Buayan, which is now used by the Philippine Air Force as a satellite station.

    Address: Filipino-American Friendship Avenue, General Santos City, 9500 South Cotabato

    Code: GES

    Contact: (083) 553 1277


    38. Naga airport

    Naga Airport serves the visitors and inhabitants of Naga City, situated in the province of Camerines Sur in the Philippines. Although the name of the airport was obtained from Naga City, the airport is in fact situated within the boundaries of Pili, the provincial capital.

    Address: Naga Airport Rd, Pili, Camarines Sur

    Code: WNP

    Contact: +971 52 935 7520


    39. Bancasi (Butuan) airport

    Bancasi Airport is a public airport in the province of Agusan del Norte in Mindanao, Philippines. It is the only airport in this province, and the largest in the Caraga region. Also known as Butuan Airport, the commercial aviation facility serves the general area of Butuan City.

    Address: Butuan City, 8600 Agusan Del Norte

    Code: BXU

    Phone: (085) 341 5142


    40. Tawi-tawi airport
    Sanga-Sanga Airport, also known as Tawi-Tawi Airport, is an airport serving the general area of Bongao, the capital of the province of Tawi-Tawi in the Philippines.

    Address: Bongao, 7500 Tawi-Tawi

    Code: SGS


    41. El Nido airport

    El Nido Airport is an airport serving El Nido, a municipality in the province of Palawan in the Philippines. Also known as Lio Airport, it is located in the barangay of Villa Libertad, about 4 kilometres from the población of El Nido.

    Address: Address: El Nido, Palawan

    Code: ENI



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