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These Local Airports are Cleared to Resume Commercial Operations

Local government restrictions apply.
by John Paulo Aguilera
Aug 25, 2020
Photo/s: Jerome Ascano

Thirty-one local airports can resume operations after securing clearances from their host local governments, the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines said Tuesday, as air travel gradually restarts with safeguards against the spread of COVID-19.

Some of the airports, while categorically allowed to operate in their areas of jurisdiction, "are subject to different documentary and passenger LGU restrictions," the air transport regulator said.

SEE ALSO: Here's a Walk Through of the New Normal in Air Travel

For international flights, the Bureau of Immigration allows only essential travel, for business and work, medical, emergency, and humanitarian purposes. The CAAP also released a public service video on the new normal guidelines for air transportation.

Here is the updated list of airports:

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  • Antique Airport
  • Bacolod-Silay Airport
  • Basco Airport
  • Borongan Airport
  • Busuanga Airport
  • Butuan Airport
  • Catarman Airport
  • Caticlan Airport
  • Cauayan Airport
  • Clark International Airport
  • Cotabato Airport
  • Davao International Airport
  • Dipolog Airport
  • Iloilo International Airport
  • Jolo Airport
  • Kalibo International Airport
  • Laguindingan Airport
  • Mactan-Cebu International Airport
  • Marinduque Airport
  • Ninoy Aquino International Airport
  • Ormoc Airport
  • Ozamiz Airport
  • Pagadian Airport
  • Palanan Airport
  • Puerto Princesa International Airport
  • Romblon Airport
  • San Jose Airport
  • Tacloban Airport
  • Tuguegarao Airport (only to Basco, Maconacon, and Palanan)
  • Virac Airport
  • Zamboangan International Airport

Meanwhile, check out the rest of the post for airports not allowed to resume commercial flights:

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