Who’s Connected To Davao?

15Sep07

The Davao International Airport is Mindanao’s only world class airport and according to this website three international airports are servicing direct flights linking to Davao City. Lets find out who they are:

Palau International Airport

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Country: Palau
City: Koror
Airline To Davao: asian.jpgAsian Spirit
Info:

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Palau is one of the most extraordinary diving spots on this planet. Far to the southwest of Micronesia the Republic of Belau (the traditional name) consists of an archipelago of 343 islands, spread north to south over 100 miles form the atoll of Kayangel to the island of Angaur plus five tiny islands, known as the southwest islands.

Sam Ratulangi International Airport

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Country: Indonesia
City: Manado (North Sulawesi)
Airline To Davao: manadog.jpgSriwijaya
Info:

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As the largest city in the region, Manado is a key tourist transit point for visitors. Sam Ratulangi International Airport of Manado is one of the main entry ports to Indonesia. In 2005, no less than 15,000 international passengers entered Indonesia via Sam Ratulangi International Airport. Ecotourism is the biggest attraction in Manado. Scuba diving and snorkelling on the nearby island of Bunaken are popular attractions. Ban Hin Kiong Temple is another tourism spot in the city, especially during the chinese new year celebration. Souvenirs shops are located on B.W. Lapian street. Other places of interest are nearby Lake Tondano, Lokon Volcano, Klabat Volcano and Mahawu Volcano.

Changi International Airport

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Country/City: Singapore
Airline To Davao: sing.jpgSilkair
Info:

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If there is one word that best captures Singapore, it is “unique”. A dynamic city rich in contrast and colour, you’ll find a harmonious blend of culture, cuisine, arts and architecture here. Brimming with unbridled energy, this little dynamo in Southeast Asia embodies the finest of both East and West. A single day’s trail will take you from the past to the future, from exotic ethnic enclave to efficient business centre, from serene gardens to sleek skyscrapers.



7 Responses to “Who’s Connected To Davao?”

  1. Hope that there are more international airport that connects to Davao in the near future. I have heard of many cities abroad planning to put up airlinks but still not yet realized…… still the future looks promising for our young airport

  2. Our airport looks better compare to Palau and Manado’s but lags behind Changi in Singapore. Still, DIA is comparable to other airports in the world.

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