Cheap Flights From Cagayan De Oro to Iloilo International

Flight information Cagayan De Oro to Iloilo International

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Average flight time, total distance 341 kilometres

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Cebu Pacific

Iloilo International

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Iloilo City, an urbanized metropolitan area in the Philippines’ Panay Island is a tourist hub that has something that even picky travelers will love. Historical sites, tropical islands, and exquisite food places, among others, are rampant in the city. While there, visitors can have a grand time experiencing the Jaro Cathedral, established in 1874, it is one of the oldest religious edifices in the country; Gigantes Islands, a group of islands in Northern Iloilo that is famous for their white sand beaches and breathtaking rock formations; and the Arevalo District, a locality that is known for its chicken and seafood restaurants.


With these tourism elements in mind, it can be said that a relaxing getaway is within reach if Iloilo is put to an itinerary. However, those who are involved need to plan ahead and familiarize themselves with transportation (air and land) prerequisites before they sign up for promo deals and other discount offers. This is a must for those who want to make sure that they can have a relaxing and convenient getaway that is one for the books. This is true for those who are coming from Cagayan De Oro, the capital city of Misamis Oriental.


What airlines fly the Cagayan De Oro – Iloilo route?


At present, flights from Cagayan De Oro to Iloilo are only offered by Cebu Pacific, an entity that is known for their cheap airfare and respectable service. They are done three times a week (Monday, Wednesday, Friday) at 4:45 pm.


What should passengers expect from the airports?


·        Laguindingan International Airport (Cagayan De Oro)


Cagayan De Oro, together with the city of Iligan as well as the provinces of Misamis Oriental and Lanao Del Norte are served by Laguindingan International Airport, a modern aviation facility that opened in 2013 to replace Lumbia Airport, which was turned into a Philippine Air Force facility. Laguindingan International Airport serves about 2,000 individuals daily in a convenient manner. This is possible due to its improved ground lighting and control system, waiting lounge, passenger terminals, ATMs, dining options, taxiways, and many others.


·        Iloilo International Airport


Iloilo International Airport is the fourth-busiest airport in the Philippines and the most leading-edge airline hub in the country’s Visayas Region. It boasts of admirable equipment such as 10 LCD displays, 10 check-in counters, six X-ray machines, three jetways (capable of being extended to up to 35 meters), and two 51-meter baggage conveyor belts. On top of these, it also has elevators (regular and VIP), lounge areas (smoking, business class, and VIP), dining options, ATMs, nearby hotels, free Internet, duty free shops, taxi kiosks, and car rental offices, to name a few.


What about transportation?


·        Laguindingan International Airport (Cagayan De Oro)


Thanks to Misamis Oriental’s extensive transportation system and upright road infrastructures, reaching Laguindingan International Airport for a trip to Iloilo and other destinations is a breeze. To add, passengers can also turn tried and tested public transportation alternatives that include tricycles and jeepneys (fares start at USD .15 or PHP 8.00), metered taxis (flag down rates are at USD .79 or PHP 40.00 and USD .79 or PHP 40.00 for every succeeding kilometer), and rental cars (fees start at USD 38.54 or PHP 1,931.51 per day).


·        Iloilo International Airport


From Iloilo International Airport, getting to Iloilo’s most sought after tourist attractions, food places, and business districts, and so on, is easy and hassle-free. Travelers can choose from a wide array of public transportation options like tricycles and jeepneys (fares start at USD. 15 or PHP 8.00), commuter vans (USD 2.99 or PHP 150.00), buses (USD 1.39 or PHP 70.00), taxis (flag down rates are at USD .79 or PHP 40.00 and USD .79 or PHP 40.00 for every succeeding kilometer), and rental cars (daily fees start at USD 42.43 or PHP 2,126.57 per day).


What are the visa requirements?


Cagayan De Oro-based individuals who are planning to go Iloilo for tourism, business, or whatever reason, do not have to apply for a visa or a passport. This is because the mentioned documents are not necessary for Philippine domestic trips. They only need to buy an air ticket and present a valid identification document (better if government-issued) at Laguindingan International Airport and Iloilo International Airport. The identification document is used by authorized airport employees to authenticate the personal information that were submitted when the mentioned ticket was purchased. 

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