Bancasi (Butuan) To Puerto Princesa Flights
Flight information Bancasi (Butuan) to Puerto Princesa (Palawan)
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Average flight time, total distance 744 kilometres
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Puerto Princesa (Palawan)
Puerto Princesa, the capital city of Palawan is on top of the list of the biggest cities in the Philippines when it comes to land area. It is brimming with tons of natural wonders, on top of good food, unprecedented cleanliness, and accommodating as well as disciplined people. Being one of the most sought after tourist destinations in the country, exploring Puerto Princesa is not a cause of concern thanks to its organized tourism sector. While there, travelers won’t have a hard time visiting the Underground River, an 8.2 kilometer subterranean river that is filled with fascinating rock formations; Iwahig River, a body of water that has mangroves that act as habitats of countless fireflies; and the Arena Island, a serene island that is home to turtles of different sizes.
Putting all these into consideration, travelers, even those who reside all the way in Butuan are drawn to Puerto Princesa. However, those who want to be a part of the trend and spend their weekend or week-long getaway in the Philippines’ nature city are encouraged to be patient as well as do their homework and research on different aspects of their trip, which includes land and transportation prerequisites.
What airlines fly the Butuan – Clark route?
Cebu Pacific as well as Philippine Airlines, two of the country’s most respectable airline companies administer flights from Butuan to Cebu. The former does them via Manila; while the latter via Cebu and Manila. Also, because of the stiff competition, the two entities oftentimes, offer promo deals and other savings packages, especially to their loyal customers.
What should passengers expect from the airports?
· Butuan Airport
Butuan Airport is also known as Bancasi Airport and it is the facility that serves the whole Butuan City as well as other municipalities, cities, and towns in Agusan Del Norte. It is able to handle a number of users in a safe, convenient, and efficient manner. This, thanks to its hygienic dining area that is made up of vendors that serve local food and drinks, a spacious parking lot, clean bathrooms, an air ticket office, and transportation kiosks, among others.
· Puerto Princesa International Airport
Puerto Princesa International Airport is a top-notch airline center that is designed to serve a leading tourism hotbed in the Philippines without compromising the welfare, and satisfaction of users. It has several cafeterias and other similar dining options near the parking space for travelers who want to grab something to eat. Souvenir shops for those who want to do last-minute purchases, clean bathrooms, transportation kiosks, and so on.
What about transportation?
· Butuan Airport
Accessing Butuan for a trip to Puerto Princesa or other domestic location is a breeze. This is because Butuan Airport is linked to the city center and other key points of Palawan by public transportation. Passengers can choose from different alternatives that include multi-cabs as well as jeepneys that charge USD .15 or PHP 8.00 for the first four kilometers and USD .029 or PHP 1.50 every kilometer, taxis that charge approximately USD 7.60 or PHP 381.00 per trip, and 18-seater vans that charge approximately USD 59.86 or PHP 3,000.00 per day.
· Puerto Princesa International Aiport
From Puerto Princesa International Aiport, getting to Puerto Princesa’s most sought after tourist attractions, business districts, and other locales is hassle-free and city’s extensive public transportation system plays a key role in this aspect. It is made up of jeepneys (approximately USD .25 or PHP 13.00), commuter vans (USD 2.99 or PHP 150.00), and taxis (approximately USD 4.98 or PHP 250.00 per trip). Passengers who want to take the level of convenience to a whole new level can turn to rental cars that charge approximately USD 39.91 or PHP 2,000 per day.
What are the visa requirements?
A passport and a visa are not required when traveling from Butuan to Puerto Princesa for tourism, education, and business purposes, and so on. They simply need to obtain an air ticket and then bring supporting identification documents on the date of their trip. The identification documents are essential since they are used by accredited airport personnel to verify the information that were submitted when the air ticket was purchased.
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