Cheap Flights From Puerto Princesa to Iloilo
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Flight information Puerto Princesa (Palawan) to Iloilo International
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Average flight time, total distance 429 kilometres
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Frequently asked questions
The city of Iloilo is a tourist haven where fine historical attractions, restaurants, and museums can be found. Also, it is both laidback and exciting, making it one of the most sought after destinations for individuals who want to get away from their regular routines without spending too much.
In fact, because of the mentioned qualities, it is flocked by local travelers even those who live in Puerto Princesa, Palawan. Some of the notable tourist spots that they need to visit are Plaza Libertad, a historic park that was built in honor of Jose Rizal; the restaurants along the Villa Beach in Arevalo, the go-to-place for fresh seafood; Museo de Iloilo, the home of Panay’s cultural artifacts such as armors and weapons that were used in the Spanish–Moro conflict in the 1800s.
First-timers and frequent travelers alike should bear in mind that their trip can be more convenient if they would come up with a checklist of things to do and an extensive travel plan that includes transportation issues.
What airlines fly the Puerto Princesa – Iloilo Route?
At present, Cebu Pacific is the lone commercial airline company that flies the Puerto Princesa – Iloilo route. They are done every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 10:55 am. It should be noted that passengers who have availed their air tickets should check the website of the said company from time to time because flight schedules, designated terminals, and other important matters are usually announced there.
What should passengers expect from the airports?
· Puerto Princesa Airport
Puerto Princesa is an air transportation hub that can well hold its ground when it comes to world-class customer service. It can be said that the government made sure that this is the case, given that Puerto Princesa is a leading tourism hotbed in the country. It packs banking facilities, air ticket offices, staff assistance desks, public telephones, ATMs, luggage facilities, cafeterias, and souvenir stores.
· Iloilo International Airport
The fourth-busiest aviation facility in the country, Iloilo International Airport is arguably the finest of its kind in the Visayas region. It is packed with up-to-date amenities like two 51-meter baggage conveyor belts, three jetways that can be extended up to 35 meters or 114.82 feet, six X-ray machines, 10 check-in counters, and 10 LCD displays. To add, it also has three lounge areas (VIP, business class, and smoking), conference rooms, duty free shops, luggage facilities, pharmacies, wheel chair services, and so on.
What about transportation?
· Puerto Princesa International Airport
Thanks to Puerto Princesa’s extensive transportation system and the availability of jeepneys (USD .27 or PHP 13.00), private shuttle vans (USD 12.74 or PHP 600.00), commuter vans (USD 3.18 or PHP 150.00), taxis (USD 3.18 to USD 6.36 or PHP 150.00 to PHP 300.00), and rental cars (starts at USD 42.25 or PHP 2,000.00 per day), getting to Puerto Princesa International Airport is hassle-free.
· Iloilo International Airport
Visiting Iloilo’s most sought-after tourist spots is easy since Iloilo and the nearby province of Guimaras has a very organized transportation system. Travelers can choose from a wide array of public transport vehicles such as jeepneys (USD. 18 or PHP 8.50), buses (USD 1.48 or PHP 70.00), commuter vans (USD 3.18 or PHP 150.00), and taxis (USD 1.60 or PHP 75.78). Alternatively, they can go for rental cars that charge USD 45.24 or PHP 2,126.57 per day.
What are the visa requirements?
When flying from Puerto Princesa to Iloilo, individuals do not have to present visas and passports since they are not required in domestic travels. They only need to bring their air tickets as well at least one identification document—which would be better if government-issued—and they can push through with their trip without incurring any legal trouble.
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