The Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) has released a list of airports in the country and their corresponding operational status. The infographic was posted on the agency’s official and verified Facebook page.

Of the 49 commercial airports on the list, 32 have been allowed by their respective local government units to open as of 17 July 2020, while 17 are currently not operational, with a few scheduled to resume soon.

Below is the infographic. We have also typed it down, in case the image is too small on your device.

ALLOWED
Antique Airport
Bacolod- Silay Airport *
Basco Airport
Borongan Airport
Busuanga Airport
Butuan Airport
Catbalogan Airport
Cauayan Airport
Clark International Airport
Cotabato Airport
Davao International Airport
Dipolog Airport
General Santos Airport
Jolo Airport
Kalibo International Airport
Laguindingan Airport (serves Cagayan de Oro)
Legazpi Airport
Mactan – Cebu International Airport
Manila International Airport (Ninoy Aquino International Airport, NAIA)
Marinduque Airport
Masbate Airport
Ormoc Airport
Ozamiz Airport
Pagadian Airport
Palanan Airport
Puerto Princesa International Airport
Romblon Airport
San Jose Airport
Tacloban Airport
Virac Airport
Zamboanga Airport *

*Airports will be accepting flights subject to restrictions of the local government.


NOT ALLOWED
Surigao Airport (Will Open On August 2020)
Surigao Airport (Will Open On September 2020)
Bohol-Panglao International Airport
Calbayog Airport
Camuguin Airport
Caticlan Airport
Dumaguete Airport**
Guiuan Airport
Hilongos Airport
Iloilo International Airport**
Laoag International Airport**
Maasin Airport
Naga Airport
Roxas Airport
San Vicente Airport
Sanga-Sanga Airport
Tuguegarao Airport

**Airports permit exceptions to flights with special clearance from the LGU.


Last month, local airlines — Philippine Airlines, Cebu Pacific Air, and Philippines AirAsia — have resumed operations of routes, but some flights were moved to a later date to align with the local government.

Please note that only essential travel is allowed.


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