Now getting to one of the country’s top beach destinations from Davao is hassle-free. No connecting flights or boat rides and waiting time in between.
It’s a single and short plane ride from Durian City to Tarsier Land on board Philippine Airlines.
Hop on and hop off PAL's next-generation, 86-seater Bombardier Q400, the world's first turboprop with premium economy seats and features the most quiet cabin comparable to jet aircraft.
The first flight to Tagbilaran took off the Davao International Airport runway on November 1st. The flight frequency will be four times a week, leaving Davao at 12:05 noon of Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday.
Opening the new route is part of the flag carrier’s domestic route expansion program from Mindanao and the re-development of Davao as another hub of PAL operations.
Joining Tagbilaran on PAL’s roster of new routes from Davao are Cagayan de Oro and Zamboanga.
PAL will fly daily from Davao to CDO departing at 10:40AM. Zamboanga service will operate every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday departing Davao at 12:05 noon.
This December, the flag carrier will introduce more new inter-island routes to enable holiday travelers convenient direct flights to their destinations without passing through Manila.
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