Busuanga Airport, officially known as the Francisco B. Reyes Airport, is located in Busuanga from the island province of Palawan in the Philippines. It serves the population of both Busuanga and Coron and was named after the mayor of Coron, Palawan who served during the Commonwealth. The then-mayor, Francisco Reyes donated the land where the airport now stands.
It is a minor domestic airport with flights from Puerto Princesa, Cebu and Manila. Local airlines such as Cebu Pacific and PAL Express, code-sharing with Philippine Airlines, serves these routes. Flights from the Philippine capital of Manila takes around an hour. Flights from Cebu also takes around an hour of travel time while flying in from Puerto Princesa will take you just around 50 minutes flight time.
Busuanga Airport was expanded back in 2007 wherein they built a new terminal building and completed the then-unfinished airport runway. It was fully opened in 2008. The airport has two terminals, both serving domestic flights. However, the airport was damaged due to Supertyphoon Haiyan (Yolanda) in 2013.
Busuanga Airport is a quaint and basic airport with little facilities available for travelers. From the airport, you can head straight to the city either by renting a car or van or take a jeepney, which is the local public transportation.
While the airport does not have an airport hotel or any hotels adjacent to their facilities, there are several resorts and hotels nearby. The El Rio y Mar Resort is roughly 7 kilometers away from the airport while the Busuanga Island Paradise is almost 10 kilometers away. Search Skyscanner Hotels to find and compare the nearest accommodation from Busuanga Airport.