Cheap Tickets to Tacloban
Tacloban is the capital of the province of Leyte, Philippines. It is located in Cancabato Bay or approximately 580 kilometers to the southeast of Manila. The city has a tropical rainforest climate where there are two seasons, dry season and the rainy season, just like Indonesia. Additionally Tacloban is also the economic center with developed tourism, trade, education and culture. Some interesting places you can visit here.
Cheap Tickets to Tacloban Daniel Z. Romualdez Airport
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Domestic flights to Tacloban
Cheap flights Manila to Tacloban
Flight fare start at: PHP 2021.69
Cheap flights Cebu to Tacloban
Flight fare start at: PHP 2829.45
Cheap flights Clark to Tacloban
Flight fare start at: PHP 6300.47
Cheap flights Bacolod to Tacloban
Flight fare start at: PHP 4970.47
Cheap flights Iloilo to Tacloban
Flight fare start at: PHP 3312.77
Cheap flights General Santos to Tacloban
Flight fare start at: PHP 5128.64
Cheap flights Masbate to Tacloban
Flight fare start at: PHP 5486.53
International flights to Tacloban
Airport information Tacloban (TAC)
Tacloban Daniel Z. Romualdez Airport information
Daniel Z. Romualdez Airport, also simply known as DZR Airport, Tacloban Domestik or even Tacloban City Airport, is an airport which serves Tacloban in Leyte province, the Philippines and is, although small, the main gateway to Eastern Visayas region. The airport is the 8th busiest airport in the Philippines with over one million passengers a year.
Formerly, it was the airbase for the US Air Force during World War II. After the war ended and the airport was used for commercial flights, it was called as Tacloban Airport. The current airport's name is taken from Daniel Z. Romualdez, a resident of Leyte who became the Philippines House of Representatives speaker.
The airport was destroyed by Typhoon Haiyan on November 7-8th, 2013. Quickly, on November 11th, 2013, the airport was reopened but only for turboprop aircrafts. Since then it has been renovated and now it can handle again Airbus A320s aircrafts.
Tacloban Airport has one small terminal with very limited facilities. A major development is underway though which will be ready in December 2016. AirAsia Zest, PAL Express, Cebu Pacific and CebGo connect Tacloban to Manila and Cebu.
Transport to and from Tacloban to the airport Daniel Z. Romualdez
Tacloban Airport is located about 10 km from the city center of Tacloban. There are several transport options for getting into the city: jeepneys, pedicap and taxis. A jeepney would be the the cheapest one since it costs only PHP 10 for oneway trip downtown. A pedicap would be around PHP 50 up to 100 while a taxi to Tacloban city centre has a standard fare of PHP 250.Read more in our Tacloban Travel Guides
News about Airport Tacloban
02 Sep 12:27 Tacloban airport runway closed for repairs Sept 3-4 gmanetwork.com