LIST: 30 airports now allowed to resume commercial flights
MANILA, Philippines — Some 30 airports all over the country now have clearance from their respective local government units to resume commercial flights, according to the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP).
LOOK: List of airports with LGU clearance to resume commercial flights as of 2 July 2020As of today, 2 July, there are…
In an advisory posted on Facebook Thursday, the CAAP noted while some LGUs allowed for their respective airports to resume commercial flights, these are subjected to different documentary and passenger LGU restrictions.
“As of today, 2 July, there are 30 airports in the country whose Local Government Units (LGUs) have issued orders categorically supporting the resumption of commercial airport operations in their areas of jurisdiction,” the CAAP said.
The following airports that were allowed to resume commercial flights are:
Ninoy Aquino International Airport (Naia)
Clark International Airport
Cauayan International Airport
Davao International Airport
General Santos Airport
Puerto Princesa International Airport
San Jose Airport
Mactan-Cebu International Aiport
Meanwhile, 19 airports were not allowed by the respective LGUs to allow the operation of commercial flights, these are:
Surigao Airport (will open in August 2020)
Siargao Airport (will open in September 2020)
San Vicente Airport
Bohol-Panglao International Airport
Laoag International Airport
Iloilo International Airport
The CAAP noted that the Bacolod-Silay Airport, Dumaguete Airport and Iloilo International Airport were allowed to operate particular flights with LGU clearance.
It was previously reported that a number of overseas Filipino workers and locally stranded individuals were forced to camp out in front of Naia, as well as under the airport’s elevated expressway as they wait for their flights to their respective destinations.
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