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Flights from Puerto Princesa (Palawan)

Beyond the sands of Palawan, you can find fun and interesting places to explore. Let Skyscanner help you connect to far off places from this part of the Philippines. Try putting ‘everywhere’ as your destination, and we’ll to give you a list of cities you can fly to from this port.

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Finding flights from Puerto Princesa International Airport (PPS)

ThePuerto Princesa International Airport (PPS) is a fairly compact regional facility serving Palawan. The airport is right in town, so you can hop on a tricycle, like a tuk-tuk, or take a taxi to the airport.

There are four destinations available from the Puerto Princesa Airport, but these are to several large international hubs in the Philippines, and Taiwan, where you can find flights to every corner of the world.

Cebu Pacific, Philippines AirAsia, and Philippine Airlines are the only carriers operating out of this airport.

Popular destinations from Puerto Princesa International Airport

Within the Philippines, you can fly to Cebu (CEB), one of the most sought after destinations in this archipelago because of its gorgeous beaches, and the paradisiacal islands that surround it. Then there is the energetic city of Manila (MNL), full of markets, motos, and life.

Manila is also home to the nation’s most comprehensive airport, boasting a selection of over 80 non-stop routes throughout Asia, the Middle East, Australia, and the USA. For example, you can take advantage of short hops out to frenetic and fantastic Hong Kong (HKG), tropical Darwin (DRW), or the ancient city of Beijing (PEK), all of which you can reach in five hours or less.

If you’d like to escape the wet months, why not book a long-haul flight out to London (LHR) and experience the festive season in the northern hemisphere, when the air is crisp, the lights go up, and the city welcomes all sorts of concerts, plays, and markets to its streets. If the cold doesn’t appeal, why not fly instead to the always-warm-and-dry Los Angeles (LAX) and spend your days shopping down Melrose, drinking cocktails in Santa Monica, watching movies in Hollywood, and trying to spot celebrities in Beverly Hills.

 

Please note that information is correct as of January 2017

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 15 days.