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 Caticlan (Boracay) Airport

The Godofredo P. Ramos Airport (MPH), more popularly known as the Caticlan Airport, and also as the Boracay Airport, is a key transport facility into the paradisiacal island of Boracay in the Philippines. There are two airports that can connect you to this island, with the other being the over-subscribed Kalibo Airport (KLO). Please note that the Filipino government is actively encouraging passengers to fly into Caticlan Airport if they are flying to Boracay from other islands in the Philippines, as this airport is less congested and closer to the resorts on the island. Caticlan Airport (MPH) is one of the busiest aviation hubs in the nation, able to handle almost one million people that travel to this island in search of sun, sea and sand. 

There aren’t a ton of facilities here, so it is advised that if you need to access ATMs, banks, foreign exchange, or are simply hoping to eat or drink something when you arrive, that you wait until you get to the towns of Boracay, or do so in your departure city.

It is also advised that you arrange a vehicle hire online and in advance, which you can do with Skyscanner’s comprehensive search tools—though please be aware, most of the hires available will be for scooters and motorcycles. If you aren’t keen on driving, that you arrange your airport transfers before you arrive, so that you aren’t held up at the airport looking for transport.

There are only three main airlines that fly into Caticlan Airport, and these are Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines, and Skyjet. It is likely that if you are flying from Australia, you will be diverted through Manila (MNL).

Travel Information

·         This island is small, so driving shouldn’t be too confusing, though be aware, generally it is motorcycles and scooters that will be available. You will need to board a ferry first to cross from the airport onto Boracay itself, and then pick up your rental in town. A lot of resorts will hire out bicycles, which is one of the best ways to see the island, as much of it is blocked off to motorised traffic.

·         Taxis on the island come in the form of motorised tricycles. The fares are usually listed on the front of the taxis, and should cost you between 10-50PHP (25 cents to $1.30), though on occasion they will try to charge more, like 100PHP ($2.60) for a journey. Be aware, the fares rise at night.

 

Please note that information is correct as of February 2017

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 Airport Contact Details

Caticlan (Boracay) Airport

Owner:
Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines

 Location Details

Longitude:121° 57' 7'' E
Latitude:11° 55' 32'' N
IATA code:MPH
ICAO code:RPVE

 Airport Location

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