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Gray Wolf:
After you arrive in the Philippines, you may need to fly to another part of the islands.  Check here for prices on flights in country.

http://www.asianspirit.com/

Manila Cockney:
Asian Spirit is not the best of the domestic airlines, but for now a good one to use for Boracay, as it goes direct to Caticlan.

Personal favourite is Cebu Pacific which uses new planes and at times have very good promos.

http://www.cebupacificair.com/

From end of February they will be flying direct to Caticlan, which should bring the prices down. Air Philippines a subsidiary of PAL have also just started flying direct to Caticlan.

Another domestic airline is SEAIR

http://www.flyseair.com/




 

Gray Wolf:
Thank you, Manila Cockney! 

If anyone else has a good link for a favorite domestic airline, please feel free to share with us all.

Thanks!

Jack

mupsuit:


This is what you can expect - boarding at Tagbilaran Airport (Bohol) - Flight to Manila

Sorry I can\'t remember the plane type but the signage inside was in Japanese and English so I guessed it was on Japanese origin - 



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BoBHofmans:


Funny, I took almost the same pict at the same spot at Tagbilaran \"airport\" more than 5 years ago. Waiting for one of my scamming penpals to arrive from Manila.
The planes are turbo-props, I think Fokker Friendships of Dutch origin.
They are loud and slow (at the bar in Alona Beach, we called them \"Asian Tricycles\" for fun) and above all: expensive! (I mean, to fly with!) A one-way ticket from CDO to Cebu used to cost around 2,300 pesos.
With Cebu Pacific flying that route now, too, everything will most likely get to be a lot cheaper.
Bob

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