Commercial flights to selected cities, provinces resumed

PASAY CITY: The Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) has announced the resumption of commercial flights to the different cities and provinces with corresponding clearances from the local government units (LGUs) as of 18 June 2020.

As of 18 June, there are 26 airports in the country whose Local Government Units (LGUs) have allowed the commercial operations of flights.

These airports are: Romblon Airport, Naga Airport, Manila International Airport, Clark International Airport, Cauayan Airport, Palanan Airport, Laguindingan Airport, Dipolog Airport, Pagadian Airport, Jolo Airport, Borongan Airport, Antique Airport, Masbate Airport, Mactan-Cebu International Airport, Cotabato Airport, Zamboanga Airport, Davao International Airport, General Santos Airport, Puerto Princesa International Airport, Tacloban Airport, Legazpi Airport, Ormoc airport, Catbalogan Airport, San Jose Airport, Catarman Airport, and Ozamis Airport.

Meanwhile, the following six airports are set to start accepting commercial flights on later dates:

 Basco Airport (July 1), Virac Airport (July 1), Surigao Airport (August 2020), Siargao Airport (September 1), San Vicente Airport 9July 1), and Busuanga Airport (July 1.)

Some airports, while allowing commercial flights, are subject to different documentary and passenger LGU restrictions.

For particular, passengers may contact the nearest office of the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines to confirm which airports where operations are allowed and  those that will open at later date; and those that are not allowed.

Metro Manila News Bureau, Philippine Muslim Today

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