Latest Updates

Passenger traffic at the Iloilo International Airport totaled 1,854,427 in 2012, according to the latest data released by the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP). Iloilo Airport’s passenger traffic grew by 8.6% from 1,707,969 passengers
Direct flight services from Iloilo to Hong Kong and Singapore (vice versa) were recently announced by Cebu Pacific Air, the Philippines’ largest budget carrier. Cebu Pacific plans to make the Iloilo International Airport its 5th “flight hub” in the cou
AirPhil Express, a popular budget airline in the Philippines, will be opening a new flight route between Iloilo and Davao starting August 18, 2011. It will be a once daily service utilizing an Airbus A320 plane. There’s actually a seat sale ongoing tod
High-resolution (hi-res) satellite images of the Iloilo Airport are now available in Google Earth finally! It’s been three years after the transfer of the Iloilo Airport to its current site approximately 19 kilometers from its former location in Iloilo
Passenger traffic to the Iloilo Airport totaled 1,324,148 in 2009 translating to an increase of 23.3% compared to last year’s figures. The newly released data from the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) still affirms the Iloilo Airport’
The New Carlitos Restaurant Jaro Branch and T Grillhaus recently opened its doors to the public last December 4, 2009. Both are located at the corner of Lopez Jaena and Sta. Isabel St., Jaro near Coffee Break, Biscocho Haus, and PRC Regional Office. Th
For the second year, the passenger arrivals in the Iloilo Airport has breached the 1 million mark  last year (2008). It has been two years since the airport has transferred from Mandurriao to the new facility in Cabatuan-Santa Barbara and it seems the
Zest Air will be the fourth commercial airline to enter the Iloilo Airport starting March 16, 2009. The airline will be servicing the Manila to Iloilo route daily and will deploy an Airbus A320 plane. You can already make your bookings through their ti
The terminal fee in the Iloilo Airport has been increased to P200 from P30 effective February 4, 2009. The terminal fee increase was implemented after review by the CAAP Committee on Fees and Charges and public hearings deemimg the move “fair and reson
Following the transfer of the Iloilo Airport to Santa Barbara, developments in its vicinity and towns along the road leading to the airport have been on the upswing. Accordingly, the first installment of this month’s 3-part development update will be f