Tuguegarao Airport is a public airport that operates out of Barangay Pengue-Ruyu, Tuguegarao City. The airport is located at 17.638333 latitude and 121.730556 longitude and serves Tuguegarao City with approximately seven flights to and from various domestic destinations. It has a concrete runway that measures 1,965 meters or 6,455 feet in length.
Where to go
Among the local destinations that can be reached with flights via Tuguegarao Airport include Basco, Maconacon, Palanan, Cebu, Davao, Manila, and Itbayat. Focusing on what Davao has to offer, the city is known for People’s Park, Mount Apo, Kadayawan Festival, Davao Museum, Crocodile Park, Eden Nature Park & Resort, Pearl Farm Beach Resort, Lolengs Mountain Spring Resort, and Malagos Garden Resort, among others. Davao’s Kadayawan Festival is a festival held annually in the city and is mainly focused on celebrating life. It is a form of thanksgiving for the various gifts of nature, wealth of culture, and bountiful harvest, and serenity of living received throughout the year. The festival is held every third week of August.
From Tuguegarao Airport, get on connecting flights via Ninoy Aquino International Airport and reach international short-haul destinations such Phuket, Thailand; Jakarta, Indonesia; and Guangzhou, China within one to four hours. One can reach Jakarta, Indonesia shortly. It features Ancol Dreamland, National Museum of Indonesia, Istiqlal Mosque, Taman Mini Indonesia Indah, Textile Museum, Wayang Museum, Dunai Fantasi, Jakarta History Museum, Ragunan Zoo, and more. Istiqlal Mosque, or Masjid Istiqlal, also referred to as Independence Mosque is the largest mosque in Southeast Asia. Located in Jakarta, Indonesia, the national mosque was built to commemorate Indonesian independence. Founded as of the late 1970s, the mosque is close to other attractions like Merdeka Square and the Jakarta Cathedral.
Tuguegarao Airport does not operate flights to long-haul destinations. Get on a connecting flight to Ninoy Aquino International Airport and reach Dubai, United Arab Emirates; Auckland, New Zealand; and Brisbane, Australia within eight to ten hours from point of origin. Brisbane offers tourist attractions like Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, Queensland Gallery of Modern Art, City Botanic Gardens, Suncorp Stadium, Wheel of Brisbane, Museum of Brisbane, and more. Highlighting the Wheel of Brisbane, the Ferris wheel is a Bussink R60 transportable installation that stands approximately 60 meters or 197 feet tall. The Ferris wheel was completed in mid-2008 and has around 42 air-conditioned capsules that can handle six adults at a time. When timed, the ride lasts around 12 minutes and offers the best, if not one of the best views of the city.
How to get out
Tuguegarao Airport operates flights to and from Manila, Basco, Maconacon, Palanan, Itbayat, Palanan, Cebu, and Davao. Flying to these domestic destinations are Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines operated by PAL Express, Sky Pasada, SkyJet, and Northsky Air. Through Manila’s Ninoy Aquino International Airport national and international destinations include Beijing, Port Moresby, Kuala Lumpur, Kalibo, Puerto Princesa, Tacloban, Hong Kong, Seoul, Cagayan de Oro, Tokyo, Bangkok, Doha, Dubai, Hanoi, Sydney, and more. Get to these destinations with Air China, AirAsia Zest, Cebgo, Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines, Philippine Airlines operated by PAL Express, and United Airlines, to name a few.
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