List of airports in the Philippines

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Map of airports in the Philippines, including military facilities and notable non-national aerodromes.

This is a list of airports in the Philippines, grouped by type and sorted by the airport's general location name.

Classification[edit]

Regulation over airports and aviation in the Philippines lies with the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP). The CAAP's classification system, introduced in 2008, rationalizes the previous Air Transportation Office (ATO) system of airport classification, pursuant to the Philippine Transport Strategic Study and the 1992 Civil Aviation Master Plan.[1] The list is updated every three years, or as the need arises.[1]

In the current classification system all of the 85 airports owned by the national government are placed into one of three main categories:[2]

1. International airports are airports capable of handling international flights and have border control facilities.[1] Airports in this category include airports that currently serve, or previously served, international destinations. There are currently 11 airports in this category.[3] Ten of these airports were in the initial CAAP list in 2008:[2] Clark, Davao, General Santos, Laoag, Mactan–Cebu, Manila, Kalibo, Puerto Princesa, Subic Bay and Zamboanga. The only airport elevated to international status since 2008 has been the Iloilo Airport,[3] where scheduled international service began in 2012.

2. Principal airports are airports which serve domestic destinations.[1] This category is further subdivided into two types:

  • Class 1 principal airports are airports capable of serving jet aircraft with a capacity of at least 100 seats.[1] As of August 2016 there are 15 airports under this sub-category,[3] all of which have regularly-scheduled air service. Following the upgrade of its facilities Caticlan Airport has been elevated from Class 2 principal airport status[1] to Class 1 as of August 2016.[3]
  • Class 2 principal airports are airports capable of serving propeller aircraft with a capacity of at least 19 seats.[1] As of August 2016 there are 18 airports under this sub-category,[3] most of which have regularly-scheduled air service.

3. Community airports are airports that are used primarily for general aviation.[1] There are currently 48 airports in this category.[3] Only a few community airports, such as Cauayan Airport and Ozamiz Airport, have regularly-scheduled air service.

Privately owned aerodromes (airports, airstrips, airfields) are outside of the CAAP's classification system.

Former ATO classification[edit]

The old ATO system, in use until 2008, categorized the country's public airports into four types:[4]

1. International airports were airports capable of handling international flights. There are two sub-categories of international airports:

  • Regular International airports were "used for the operation of aircraft engaged in international air navigation,"[4] and served as country's primary international gateways. In 2004 Manila and Mactan–Cebu were the only airports in this category.[5] Clark and Subic Bay were later given this status.[6]
  • Alternate International airports were airports capable of handling international flights in lieu of the regular international airports, but were not designated as primary international gateways.[4] Four airports — Davao, General Santos, Laoag and Zamboanga International Airport — were classified as such.[5][6]

2. Trunkline airports were airports serving the principal commercial centers of the Philippines, intended for use by medium-range jets.[4] These were, in most cases, the only domestic airports equipped with instrument landing systems. Twelve airports were classified under this category in 2004.[5] Prior to their closure or conversion to military use, the former domestic airports of Bacolod, Cagayan de Oro and Iloilo were considered trunkline airports.[5]

3. Secondary airports were airports serving smaller urban areas capable of at least handling smaller propeller aircraft, though some were capable of supporting jet aircraft.[4] These airports were only open from sunrise until sunset, usually requiring notification of airport authorities if nighttime landing is a necessity. In 2004 a total of 25 facilities were considered secondary airports.[5] Prior to its conversion to Rajah Buayan Air Base, Buayan Airport — the former commercial airport for General Santos City — was classified as a secondary airport.[7]

4. Feeder airports were airports capable of handling smaller piston aircraft.[4] Many facilities in this category were small airstrips serving more remote areas. In 2004 a total of 42 facilities were considered feeder airports.[5] Prior to their closure or transfer to private ownership, the airports of Dolores, Lucena and Malaybalay were under this classification.[5]

ATO Classification of Airports, 2004[5]
Airport Category
Mactan–Cebu International Airport Regular International
Manila (Ninoy Aquino) International Airport Regular International
Davao (Francisco Bangoy) International Airport Alternate International
General Santos (Tambler) Airport Alternate International
Laoag International Airport Alternate International
Zamboanga International Airport Alternate International
Bacolod Airport Trunkline
Baguio (Loakan) Airport Trunkline
Butuan (Bancasi) Airport Trunkline1
Cagayan de Oro (Lumbia) Airport Trunkline
Cotabato (Awang) Airport Trunkline
Dumaguete (Sibulan) Airport Trunkline
Iloilo (Mandurriao) Airport Trunkline
Legazpi Airport Trunkline
Puerto Princesa Airport Trunkline2
Roxas Airport Trunkline
San Jose Airport Trunkline
Tacloban (Daniel Z. Romualdez) Airport Trunkline
Basco Airport Secondary
Bislig Airport Secondary
Calbayog Airport Secondary
Catarman Airport Secondary
Cauayan Airport Secondary
Daet (Bagasbas) Airport Secondary
Dipolog Airport Secondary
Iligan (Maria Cristina) Airport Secondary
Jolo Airport Secondary
Kalibo Airport Secondary
Mamburao Airport Secondary
Marinduque Airport Secondary
Masbate Airport Secondary
Naga (Pili) Airport Secondary
Ozamiz (Labo) Airport Secondary
Pagadian Airport Secondary
Plaridel Airport Secondary
San Fernando (Poro Point) Airport Secondary
Surigao Airport Secondary
Tablas (Tugdan) Airport Secondary
Tagbilaran Airport Secondary
Tandag Airport Secondary
Tawi-Tawi (Sanga-Sanga) Airport Secondary
Tuguegarao Airport Secondary
Alabat Airport Feeder
Allah Valley Airport Feeder
Antique (Evelio Javier) Airport Feeder
Bagabag Airport Feeder1
Baler Airport Feeder
Bantayan Airport Feeder3
Biliran Airport Feeder
Borongan (Punta Maria) Airport Feeder3
Bulan Airport Feeder
Busuanga (Yulo King Ranch) Airport Feeder
Cagayan de Sulu (Mapun) Airport Feeder
Calapan Airport Feeder1
Camiguin (Mambajao) Airport Feeder
Catbalogan Airport Feeder
Caticlan (Godofredo P. Ramos) Airport Feeder
Cuyo Airport Feeder
Dolores Airport Feeder
Guiuan Airport Feeder
Hilongos Airport Feeder
Iba Airport Feeder
Ipil Airport Feeder
Itbayat Airport Feeder
Jomalig Airport Feeder
Liloy Airport Feeder
Lingayen Airport Feeder
Lubang Airport Feeder1
Lucena Airport Feeder
Maasin (Panan-awan) Airport Feeder
Malabang Airport Feeder
Malaybalay Airport Feeder
Mati Airport Feeder1
Ormoc Airport Feeder1
Palanan Airport Feeder
Pinamalayan Airport Feeder3
Rosales Airport Feeder
Siargao (Sayak) Airport Feeder
Siocon Airport Feeder
Siquijor Airport Feeder
Sorsogon (Bacon) Airport Feeder1
Ubay Airport Feeder
Vigan (Mindoro) Airport Feeder1
Wasig (Mansalay) Airport Feeder
^1 Classified as a secondary airport in 1997.[7]
^2 Classified as an alternative international airport in 1997.[7]
^3 Does not appear in the list of national airports in 1997.[7]

This classification was made obsolete after the Air Transportation Office was replaced by the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines, the successor agency created by virtue of Republic Act No. 9497.[8]

List of airports[edit]

Airport names in bold have scheduled service on commercial airlines.

NOTE on ICAO codes: Under the current ICAO code assignment scheme, airports in the Luzon island group (including the Cuyo Islands, but excluding Masbate, Romblon and the rest of Palawan) are assigned RPL- and RPU- codes; those in the Visayas, Masbate, Romblon and Palawan (except for Cuyo), RPV- and RPS-; and those in Mindanao, RPM- and RPN-. ICAO airport codes with numbers (RP12 thru 17) are temporary; those in italic (RPEN, RPPN, RPTP) may be obsolete or unofficial as they do not fit the current code assignment scheme.

CAAP-classified airports[edit]

The lists below follow the CAAP's classification for airports in the Philippines, as of August 2016.[3]

International airports[edit]

General area served Actual location IATA ICAO Airport name Usage Coordinates
Central Luzon and Metro Manila Mabalacat, Pampanga CRK RPLC Clark International Airport Civilian/Military 15°11′09″N 120°33′35″E / 15.18583°N 120.55972°E / 15.18583; 120.55972
Metro Cebu and Central Visayas Lapu-Lapu CEB RPVM Mactan-Cebu International Airport Civilian/Military 10°18′26″N 123°58′44″E / 10.30722°N 123.97889°E / 10.30722; 123.97889
Metro Davao and Davao Region Davao City DVO RPMD Francisco Bangoy International Airport Civilian 07°07′31″N 125°38′45″E / 7.12528°N 125.64583°E / 7.12528; 125.64583
SOCCSKSARGEN General Santos GES RPMR General Santos International Airport Civilian 06°03′28″N 125°05′45″E / 6.05778°N 125.09583°E / 6.05778; 125.09583
Metro Iloilo-Guimaras and Western Visayas Cabatuan, Iloilo ILO RPVI Iloilo International Airport Civilian 10°49′58″N 122°29′36″E / 10.83278°N 122.49333°E / 10.83278; 122.49333
Aklan and Boracay Kalibo, Aklan KLO RPVK Kalibo International Airport Civilian 11°40′45″N 122°22′33″E / 11.67917°N 122.37583°E / 11.67917; 122.37583
Ilocos Region Laoag, Ilocos Norte LAO RPLI Laoag International Airport Civilian 18°10′41″N 120°31′55″E / 18.17806°N 120.53194°E / 18.17806; 120.53194
Metro Manila Pasay / Parañaque MNL RPLL Ninoy Aquino International Airport Civilian/Military 14°30′30″N 121°01′11″E / 14.50833°N 121.01972°E / 14.50833; 121.01972
Puerto Princesa and Palawan Puerto Princesa PPS RPVP Puerto Princesa International Airport Civilian/Military 09°44′31″N 118°45′32″E / 9.74194°N 118.75889°E / 9.74194; 118.75889
Subic Bay Freeport Zone Morong, Bataan SFS RPLB Subic Bay International Airport Civilian 14°47′39″N 120°16′15″E / 14.79417°N 120.27083°E / 14.79417; 120.27083
Zamboanga Peninsula and Sulu Archipelago Zamboanga City ZAM RPMZ Zamboanga International Airport Civilian/Military 06°55′20″N 122°03′35″E / 6.92222°N 122.05972°E / 6.92222; 122.05972

Principal domestic airports[edit]

Actual location Province IATA ICAO Airport name Classification Coordinates
Silay Negros Occidental BCD RPVB Bacolod–Silay Airport Principal-Class 1 10°46′35″N 123°00′55″E / 10.77639°N 123.01528°E / 10.77639; 123.01528
Butuan BXU RPME Bancasi (Butuan) Airport Principal-Class 1 08°57′04″N 125°28′40″E / 8.95111°N 125.47778°E / 8.95111; 125.47778
Malay (Boracay) Aklan MPH RPVE Godofredo P. Ramos (Caticlan/Boracay) Airport Principal-Class 1 11°55′29″N 121°57′18″E / 11.92472°N 121.95500°E / 11.92472; 121.95500
Datu Odin Sinsuat Maguindanao CBO RPMC Awang (Cotabato) Airport Principal-Class 1 07°09′54″N 124°12′34″E / 7.16500°N 124.20944°E / 7.16500; 124.20944
Dipolog Zamboanga del Norte DPL RPMG Dipolog Airport Principal-Class 1 08°36′06″N 123°20′33″E / 8.60167°N 123.34250°E / 8.60167; 123.34250
Sibulan Negros Oriental DGT RPVD Sibulan (Dumaguete) Airport Principal-Class 1 09°20′01″N 123°18′02″E / 9.33361°N 123.30056°E / 9.33361; 123.30056
Laguindingan Misamis Oriental CGY RPMY Laguindingan Airport Principal-Class 1 08°36′43″N 124°27′21″E / 8.61194°N 124.45583°E / 8.61194; 124.45583
Legazpi Albay LGP RPLP Legazpi Airport Principal-Class 1 13°09′25″N 123°44′46″E / 13.15694°N 123.74611°E / 13.15694; 123.74611
Pili Camarines Sur WNP RPUN Naga (Pili) Airport Principal-Class 1 13°35′05″N 123°16′12″E / 13.58472°N 123.27000°E / 13.58472; 123.27000
Pagadian Zamboanga del Sur PAG RPMP Pagadian Airport Principal-Class 1 07°49′38″N 123°27′30″E / 7.82722°N 123.45833°E / 7.82722; 123.45833
Roxas Capiz RXS RPVR Roxas Airport Principal-Class 1 11°35′51″N 122°45′06″E / 11.59750°N 122.75167°E / 11.59750; 122.75167
San Jose Occidental Mindoro SJI RPUH San Jose Airport Principal-Class 1 11°13′39″N 125°01′40″E / 11.22750°N 125.02778°E / 11.22750; 125.02778
Tacloban TAC RPVA Daniel Z. Romualdez (Tacloban) Airport Principal-Class 1 12°21′41″N 121°02′48″E / 12.36139°N 121.04667°E / 12.36139; 121.04667
Tagbilaran Bohol TAG RPVT Tagbilaran Airport Principal-Class 1 09°39′50″N 123°51′11″E / 9.66389°N 123.85306°E / 9.66389; 123.85306
Tuguegarao Cagayan TUG RPUT Tuguegarao Airport Principal-Class 1 17°38′18″N 121°43′50″E / 17.63833°N 121.73056°E / 17.63833; 121.73056
San Jose de Buenavista Antique EUQ RPVS Evelio Javier (Antique) Airport Principal-Class 2 10°45′57″N 121°56′00″E / 10.76583°N 121.93333°E / 10.76583; 121.93333
Baguio BAG RPUB Loakan (Baguio) Airport Principal-Class 2 16°22′30″N 120°37′10″E / 16.37500°N 120.61944°E / 16.37500; 120.61944
Basco (Batan Island) Batanes BSO RPUO Basco Airport Principal-Class 2 20°27′05″N 121°58′47″E / 20.45139°N 121.97972°E / 20.45139; 121.97972
Coron (Busuanga Island) Palawan USU RPVV Francisco B. Reyes (Busuanga-Coron) Airport Principal-Class 2 12°07′17″N 120°06′00″E / 12.12139°N 120.10000°E / 12.12139; 120.10000
Calbayog Samar CYP RPVC Calbayog Airport Principal-Class 2 12°04′22″N 124°32′42″E / 12.07278°N 124.54500°E / 12.07278; 124.54500
Mambajao Camiguin CGM RPMH Camiguin Airport Principal-Class 2 09°15′12″N 124°42′25″E / 9.25333°N 124.70694°E / 9.25333; 124.70694
Catarman Northern Samar CRM RPVF Catarman National Airport Principal-Class 2 12°30′09″N 124°38′09″E / 12.50250°N 124.63583°E / 12.50250; 124.63583
Magsaysay (Cuyo Island) Palawan CYU RPLO Cuyo Airport Principal-Class 2 10°51′29″N 121°04′10″E / 10.85806°N 121.06944°E / 10.85806; 121.06944
Jolo Sulu JOL RPMJ Jolo Airport Principal-Class 2 06°03′13″N 121°00′40″E / 6.05361°N 121.01111°E / 6.05361; 121.01111
Gasan Marinduque MRQ RPUW Marinduque Airport Principal-Class 2 13°21′36″N 121°49′31″E / 13.36000°N 121.82528°E / 13.36000; 121.82528
Masbate City Masbate MBT RPVJ Moises R. Espinosa (Masbate) Airport Principal-Class 2 12°22′10″N 123°37′45″E / 12.36944°N 123.62917°E / 12.36944; 123.62917
Ormoc OMC RPVO Ormoc Airport Principal-Class 2 11°03′22″N 124°33′56″E / 11.05611°N 124.56556°E / 11.05611; 124.56556
Del Carmen (Siargao Island) Surigao del Norte IAO RPNS Sayak (Siargao) Airport Principal-Class 2 09°51′33″N 126°00′55″E / 9.85917°N 126.01528°E / 9.85917; 126.01528
Surigao City Surigao del Norte SUG RPMS Surigao Airport Principal-Class 2 09°45′28″N 125°28′51″E / 9.75778°N 125.48083°E / 9.75778; 125.48083
Alcantara (Tablas Island) Romblon TBH RPVU Tugdan (Tablas/Romblon) Airport Principal-Class 2 12°18′39″N 122°04′46″E / 12.31083°N 122.07944°E / 12.31083; 122.07944
Tandag Surigao del Sur TDG RPMW Tandag Airport Principal-Class 2 09°04′20″N 126°10′17″E / 9.07222°N 126.17139°E / 9.07222; 126.17139
Bongao Tawi-Tawi TWT RPMN Sanga-Sanga (Tawi-Tawi) Airport Principal-Class 2 05°02′49″N 119°44′34″E / 5.04694°N 119.74278°E / 5.04694; 119.74278
Virac Catanduanes VRC RPUV Virac Airport Principal-Class 2 13°34′35″N 124°12′20″E / 13.57639°N 124.20556°E / 13.57639; 124.20556

Community airports[edit]

Actual location Province IATA ICAO Airport name Classification Coordinates
Perez (Alabat Island) Quezon RPLY Alabat Airport Community 14°13′57″N 121°55′44″E / 14.23250°N 121.92889°E / 14.23250; 121.92889
Surallah South Cotabato AAV RPMA Allah Valley Airport Community 06°22′04″N 124°45′09″E / 6.36778°N 124.75250°E / 6.36778; 124.75250
Bagabag Nueva Vizcaya RPUZ Bagabag Airport Community 16°37′09″N 121°15′08″E / 16.61917°N 121.25222°E / 16.61917; 121.25222
San Luis Aurora BQA RPUR Dr. Juan C. Angara (Baler) Airport Community 15°43′49″N 121°30′06″E / 15.73028°N 121.50167°E / 15.73028; 121.50167
Santa Fe (Bantayan Island) Cebu RPSB Bantayan Airport Community 11°09′43″N 123°47′06″E / 11.16194°N 123.78500°E / 11.16194; 123.78500
Naval Biliran RPVQ Biliran Airport Community 11°30′55″N 124°25′47″E / 11.51528°N 124.42972°E / 11.51528; 124.42972
Bislig Surigao del Sur BPH RPMF Bislig Airport Community 08°11′44″N 126°19′17″E / 8.19556°N 126.32139°E / 8.19556; 126.32139
Borongan Eastern Samar RPVW Borongan (Punta Maria) Airport Community 11°40′27″N 125°28′43″E / 11.67417°N 125.47861°E / 11.67417; 125.47861
Bulan Sorsogon RPUU Bulan Airport Community 12°41′02″N 123°52′38″E / 12.68389°N 123.87722°E / 12.68389; 123.87722
Calapan Oriental Mindoro RPUK Calapan Airport Community 07°00′48″N 118°29′46″E / 7.01333°N 118.49611°E / 7.01333; 118.49611
Catbalogan Samar RPVY Catbalogan Airport Community 11°48′36″N 124°49′48″E / 11.81000°N 124.83000°E / 11.81000; 124.83000
Cauayan Isabela CYZ RPUY Cauayan Airport Community 16°55′47″N 121°45′11″E / 16.92972°N 121.75306°E / 16.92972; 121.75306
Daet Camarines Norte DTE RPUD Bagasbas (Daet) Airport Community 14°07′46″N 122°58′50″E / 14.12944°N 122.98056°E / 14.12944; 122.98056
Guiuan Eastern Samar RPVG Guiuan Airport Community 11°02′07″N 125°44′29″E / 11.03528°N 125.74139°E / 11.03528; 125.74139
Hilongos Leyte RPVH Hilongos Airport Community 10°22′36″N 124°45′40″E / 10.37667°N 124.76111°E / 10.37667; 124.76111
Iba Zambales RPUI Iba Airport Community 15°19′33″N 119°58′06″E / 15.32583°N 119.96833°E / 15.32583; 119.96833
Baloi Lanao del Norte IGN RPMI Maria Cristina (Iligan) Airport Community 08°07′50″N 124°12′53″E / 8.13056°N 124.21472°E / 8.13056; 124.21472
Ipil Zamboanga Sibugay IPE RPMV Ipil Airport Community 07°47′10″N 122°36′04″E / 7.78611°N 122.60111°E / 7.78611; 122.60111
Itbayat (Itbayat Island) Batanes RPLT Jorge Abad (Itbayat) Airport Community 20°43′22″N 121°48′36″E / 20.72278°N 121.81000°E / 20.72278; 121.81000
Jomalig (Polillo Islands) Quezon RPLJ Jomalig Airport Community 14°42′15″N 122°19′51″E / 14.70417°N 122.33083°E / 14.70417; 122.33083
Liloy Zamboanga del Norte RPMX Liloy Airport Community 08°06′06″N 122°40′14″E / 8.10167°N 122.67056°E / 8.10167; 122.67056
Lingayen Pangasinan RPUG Lingayen Airport Community 16°02′06″N 120°14′30″E / 16.03500°N 120.24167°E / 16.03500; 120.24167
Lubang (Lubang Island) Occidental Mindoro LBX RPLU Lubang Airport Community 13°51′21″N 120°06′21″E / 13.85583°N 120.10583°E / 13.85583; 120.10583
Maasin Southern Leyte RPSM Panan-awan (Maasin) Airport Community 10°11′13″N 124°47′00″E / 10.18694°N 124.78333°E / 10.18694; 124.78333
Malabang Lanao del Sur MLP RPMM Malabang Airport Community 07°37′02″N 124°03′27″E / 7.61722°N 124.05750°E / 7.61722; 124.05750
Mamburao Occidental Mindoro MBO RPUM Mamburao Airport Community 13°12′32″N 120°36′18″E / 13.20889°N 120.60500°E / 13.20889; 120.60500
Mansalay Oriental Mindoro RPLG Wasig (Mansalay) Airport Community 13°25′23″N 121°12′06″E / 13.42306°N 121.20167°E / 13.42306; 121.20167
Mapun Tawi-Tawi CDY RPMU Cagayan de Sulu (Mapun) Airport Community 12°32′01″N 121°28′52″E / 12.53361°N 121.48111°E / 12.53361; 121.48111
Mati Davao Oriental MXI RPMQ Mati Airport Community 06°56′58″N 126°16′22″E / 6.94944°N 126.27278°E / 6.94944; 126.27278
Ozamiz Misamis Occidental OZC RPMO Labo (Ozamiz) Airport Community 08°10′43″N 123°50′29″E / 8.17861°N 123.84139°E / 8.17861; 123.84139
Palanan Isabela RPLN Palanan Airport Community 17°03′56″N 122°25′39″E / 17.06556°N 122.42750°E / 17.06556; 122.42750
Pinamalayan Oriental Mindoro RPLA Pinamalayan Airport Community 12°59′11″N 121°25′33″E / 12.98639°N 121.42583°E / 12.98639; 121.42583
Plaridel Bulacan RPUX Plaridel Airport Community 14°53′26″N 120°51′10″E / 14.89056°N 120.85278°E / 14.89056; 120.85278
Rosales Pangasinan RPLR Rosales Airport Community 15°53′06″N 120°36′16″E / 15.88500°N 120.60444°E / 15.88500; 120.60444
San Fernando La Union SFE RPUS San Fernando (Poro Point) Airport Community 16°35′41″N 120°18′13″E / 16.59472°N 120.30361°E / 16.59472; 120.30361
Siocon Zamboanga del Norte XSO RPNO Siocon Airport Community 07°42′35″N 122°09′44″E / 7.70972°N 122.16222°E / 7.70972; 122.16222
Siquijor Siquijor RPVZ Siquijor Airport Community 09°12′38″N 123°28′09″E / 9.21056°N 123.46917°E / 9.21056; 123.46917
Sorsogon City Sorsogon RPLZ Sorsogon (Gabao/Bacon) Airport Community 13°00′26″N 124°01′34″E / 13.00722°N 124.02611°E / 13.00722; 124.02611
Ubay Bohol RPSN Ubay Airport Community 10°03′33″N 124°25′31″E / 10.05917°N 124.42528°E / 10.05917; 124.42528
Vigan Ilocos Sur RPUQ Mindoro (Vigan) Airport Community 17°33′17″N 120°21′22″E / 17.55472°N 120.35611°E / 17.55472; 120.35611
Wao Lanao del Sur Wao Airport Community 07°38′05″N 124°44′01″E / 7.63472°N 124.73361°E / 7.63472; 124.73361

Unclassified aerodromes[edit]

Being not owned by the national government and therefore outside of the CAAP's responsibility, the various aerodromes listed in this section remain unclassified. These airports, airfields, airstrips and seaplane terminals are privately owned by individuals, corporations or local government units.[9] Many of these aerodromes were purposely built to service the surrounding area's dominant industry; such are located close to tourist areas, agricultural plantations, mines and logging concessions. Some small airstrips, such as those in Limasawa and Dibagat, were built to facilitate missionary work in remote areas.

Not all of the listed aerodromes in this section necessarily have a valid aerodrome certificate from the CAAP. Many are non-operational, abandoned, inactive or already closed. Aerodromes which appear in the latest satellite imagery to no longer be usable due to redevelopment are marked with a strikethrough.

Only a few of the private aerodromes below see some amount of chartered or regularly scheduled cargo and/or commercial air traffic, usually with the use of smaller aircraft.

Actual location Province IATA ICAO Airport name Primary related industry Coordinates
Candelaria Zambales Acoje Airstrip Mining 15°41′24″N 120°03′09″E / 15.69000°N 120.05250°E / 15.69000; 120.05250
Tarlac City Tarlac Alto Airfield Agriculture/Industry 15°25′30″N 120°37′50″E / 15.42500°N 120.63056°E / 15.42500; 120.63056
Aroroy Masbate Amoroy Airstrip Mining 12°30′08″N 123°22′29″E / 12.50222°N 123.37472°E / 12.50222; 123.37472
General MacArthur Eastern Samar Anahao Airstrip General aviation 11°15′04″N 125°33′15″E / 11.25111°N 125.55417°E / 11.25111; 125.55417
Aparri Cagayan RPUA Aparri (Maura) Airport General aviation 18°21′17″N 121°39′12″E / 18.35472°N 121.65333°E / 18.35472; 121.65333
Mercedes (Apuao Grande Island) Camarines Norte Apuao Grande Airstrip General aviation 14°05′06″N 123°05′31″E / 14.08500°N 123.09194°E / 14.08500; 123.09194
Aborlan Palawan Apurawan Airstrip General aviation 09°35′51″N 118°20′18″E / 9.59750°N 118.33833°E / 9.59750; 118.33833
Cagwait Surigao del Sur Aras-Asan Airstrip Forestry 08°54′27″N 126°18′01″E / 8.90750°N 126.30028°E / 8.90750; 126.30028
Asturias Cebu Asturias Airstrip Agriculture 10°32′29″N 123°44′42″E / 10.54139°N 123.74500°E / 10.54139; 123.74500
San Fernando (Sibuyan Island) Romblon Azagra Airstrip General aviation 12°16′54″N 122°37′22″E / 12.28167°N 122.62278°E / 12.28167; 122.62278
Hinoba-an Negros Occidental Bacuyangan Airstrip Forestry 09°38′01″N 122°27′34″E / 9.63361°N 122.45944°E / 9.63361; 122.45944
Placer Surigao del Norte Bad-as Airfield General aviation 09°37′59″N 125°33′23″E / 9.63306°N 125.55639°E / 9.63306; 125.55639
Baganga Davao Oriental BNQ Baganga (Lambajon) Airport Forestry 07°36′44″N 126°34′07″E / 7.61222°N 126.56861°E / 7.61222; 126.56861
Balabagan Lanao del Sur Balabagan Airstrip Agriculture 07°30′49″N 124°07′17″E / 7.51361°N 124.12139°E / 7.51361; 124.12139
Balayan Batangas Balayan Airfield General aviation 13°56′54″N 120°44′08″E / 13.94833°N 120.73556°E / 13.94833; 120.73556
Polillo (Balesin Island) Quezon Balesin (Tordesillas) Airport Tourism 14°25′07″N 122°02′21″E / 14.41861°N 122.03917°E / 14.41861; 122.03917
Aparri (Barit Island) Cagayan Barit Airstrip Tourism 18°52′11″N 121°15′23″E / 18.86972°N 121.25639°E / 18.86972; 121.25639
Dasol Pangasinan Barlo Airstrip Mining 15°59′37″N 119°55′19″E / 15.99361°N 119.92194°E / 15.99361; 119.92194
Barobo Surigao del Sur Barobo Airport General aviation 08°31′58″N 126°04′07″E / 8.53278°N 126.06861°E / 8.53278; 126.06861
Tanauan Batangas Barradas Airstrip General aviation 14°05′49″N 121°06′58″E / 14.09694°N 121.11611°E / 14.09694; 121.11611
Basay Negros Oriental Basay Airstrip Mining 09°28′16″N 122°39′55″E / 9.47111°N 122.66528°E / 9.47111; 122.66528
Laoang (Batag Island) Northern Samar Batag Airstrip General aviation 12°37′00″N 125°03′04″E / 12.61667°N 125.05111°E / 12.61667; 125.05111
Taytay Palawan Bato Airstrip General aviation 10°42′22″N 119°29′18″E / 10.70611°N 119.48833°E / 10.70611; 119.48833
Quezon Palawan Berong Airstrip Mining 09°28′38″N 118°12′37″E / 9.47722°N 118.21028°E / 9.47722; 118.21028
Divilacan Isabela Bicobian Bay Airstrip Tourism/Industry 17°16′17″N 122°25′45″E / 17.27139°N 122.42917°E / 17.27139; 122.42917
Binalonan Pangasinan Binalonan Airport General aviation 16°03′01″N 120°34′56″E / 16.05028°N 120.58222°E / 16.05028; 120.58222
Malay (Boracay Island) Aklan Boracay Seaplane Terminal Tourism 11°58′28″N 121°54′46″E / 11.97444°N 121.91278°E / 11.97444; 121.91278
Brooke's Point Palawan Brooke's Point Airstrip General aviation 08°48′26″N 117°50′58″E / 8.80722°N 117.84944°E / 8.80722; 117.84944
Buenavista Agusan del Norte RPWV Buenavista Airfield General aviation 08°56′32″N 125°23′50″E / 8.94222°N 125.39722°E / 8.94222; 125.39722
Balabac (Bugsuk Island) Palawan Bugsuk (Bonbon) Airport Agriculture 08°13′29″N 117°19′25″E / 8.22472°N 117.32361°E / 8.22472; 117.32361
Mabalacat Pampanga Bundagul Airstrip Industry 15°14′26″N 120°35′56″E / 15.24056°N 120.59889°E / 15.24056; 120.59889
Mangatarem Pangasinan Cabaluyan Airstrip Agriculture 15°41′24″N 120°19′49″E / 15.69000°N 120.33028°E / 15.69000; 120.33028
Lal-lo Cagayan Cagayan North International Airport Tourism/Industry/Logistics 18°10′55″N 121°44′45″E / 18.18194°N 121.74583°E / 18.18194; 121.74583
Cagayancillo Palawan Cagayancillo Airport Tourism/General aviation 09°34′10″N 121°11′11″E / 9.56944°N 121.18639°E / 9.56944; 121.18639
Aroroy Masbate Calanay Airstrip Agriculture 12°27′44″N 123°17′02″E / 12.46222°N 123.28389°E / 12.46222; 123.28389
Calatagan Batangas Calatagan (Hacienda Zobel) Airstrip Agriculture 13°50′36″N 120°38′01″E / 13.84333°N 120.63361°E / 13.84333; 120.63361
San Francisco (Pacijan Island) Cebu Camotes Airstrip General aviation 10°39′22″N 124°22′14″E / 10.65611°N 124.37056°E / 10.65611; 124.37056
Balabac (Candaraman Island) Palawan Candaraman Airstrip General aviation 08°04′35″N 117°06′30″E / 8.07639°N 117.10833°E / 8.07639; 117.10833
Santa Catalina Negros Oriental Caranoche Airstrip Agriculture 09°21′07″N 122°50′53″E / 9.35194°N 122.84806°E / 9.35194; 122.84806
Carranglan Nueva Ecija Carranglan Airstrip General aviation 15°58′53″N 121°02′23″E / 15.98139°N 121.03972°E / 15.98139; 121.03972
Casiguran Aurora CGG Casiguran (Aurora Special Economic Zone) Airport Industry (formerly: Forestry) 16°11′38″N 122°03′52″E / 16.19389°N 122.06444°E / 16.19389; 122.06444
Catanauan Quezon Catanauan Airstrip General aviation 13°35′18″N 122°16′45″E / 13.58833°N 122.27917°E / 13.58833; 122.27917
M'lang Cotabato Central Mindanao (North Cotabato Rural) Airport Agriculture 06°54′43″N 124°55′28″E / 6.91194°N 124.92444°E / 6.91194; 124.92444
Taytay Palawan RZP RPSD Cesar Lim Rodriguez (Taytay-Sandoval) Airport Tourism/General aviation 11°03′06″N 119°31′06″E / 11.05167°N 119.51833°E / 11.05167; 119.51833
New Bataan Compostela Valley Cogonan Airstrip Agriculture 07°35′21″N 126°06′38″E / 7.58917°N 126.11056°E / 7.58917; 126.11056
New Bataan Compostela Valley Consuelo Airstrip 1 Agriculture 07°38′36″N 126°05′40″E / 7.64333°N 126.09444°E / 7.64333; 126.09444
New Bataan Compostela Valley Consuelo Airstrip 2 Agriculture 07°38′00″N 126°05′19″E / 7.63333°N 126.08861°E / 7.63333; 126.08861
Coron (Busuanga Island) Palawan XCN Coron Rural Airport Tourism/General aviation 12°00′42″N 120°12′02″E / 12.01167°N 120.20056°E / 12.01167; 120.20056
Culion Palawan CUJ Culion Airstrip General aviation 11°51′16″N 119°56′15″E / 11.85444°N 119.93750°E / 11.85444; 119.93750
Davao City Dacudao Airstrip Agriculture 07°13′43″N 125°27′26″E / 7.22861°N 125.45722°E / 7.22861; 125.45722
Banga Aklan Daja Airfield General aviation 11°33′50″N 122°18′29″E / 11.56389°N 122.30806°E / 11.56389; 122.30806
Dalaguete Cebu Dalaguete (Casay) Airstrip General aviation 09°49′18″N 123°32′53″E / 9.82167°N 123.54806°E / 9.82167; 123.54806
San Antonio (Dalupiri Island) Northern Samar San Antonio (Dalupiri) Airport General aviation 12°25′04″N 124°16′26″E / 12.41778°N 124.27389°E / 12.41778; 124.27389
Marawi Lanao del Sur Dansalan Airstrip General aviation 08°00′36″N 124°16′42″E / 8.01000°N 124.27833°E / 8.01000; 124.27833
Panabo Davao del Norte Dapco Airstrip Agriculture 07°22′48″N 125°35′15″E / 7.38000°N 125.58750°E / 7.38000; 125.58750
Datu Paglas Maguindanao Datu Paglas Airstrip Agriculture 06°45′26″N 124°51′08″E / 6.75722°N 124.85222°E / 6.75722; 124.85222
Manolo Fortich Bukidnon RPMT Del Monte Plantation Airstrip Agriculture 08°20′52″N 124°51′01″E / 8.34778°N 124.85028°E / 8.34778; 124.85028
Roxas Palawan RPVL Del Pilar Airfield General aviation 10°20′07″N 119°21′16″E / 10.33528°N 119.35444°E / 10.33528; 119.35444
Kapalong Davao del Norte Delta Airstrip Agriculture 07°38′22″N 125°41′29″E / 7.63944°N 125.69139°E / 7.63944; 125.69139
Lianga Surigao del Sur Diatagon Airstrip Forestry 08°39′51″N 126°08′06″E / 8.66417°N 126.13500°E / 8.66417; 126.13500
Buluan Maguindanao Digal Airstrip Agriculture 06°44′17″N 124°49′36″E / 6.73806°N 124.82667°E / 6.73806; 124.82667
Kabugao Apayao Dibagat Airstrip General aviation 18°04′48″N 121°05′59″E / 18.08000°N 121.09972°E / 18.08000; 121.09972
Dilasag Aurora DSG Dilasag Airstrip Forestry 08°39′51″N 126°08′06″E / 8.66417°N 126.13500°E / 8.66417; 126.13500
Dinapigue Isabela Dinapigue Airstrip Forestry 16°31′19″N 122°15′54″E / 16.52194°N 122.26500°E / 16.52194; 122.26500
Divilacan Isabela Divilacan Airstrip Forestry 17°19′58″N 122°17′58″E / 17.33278°N 122.29944°E / 17.33278; 122.29944
Mawab Compostela Valley Dizon Airstrip Agriculture 07°29′16″N 125°56′15″E / 7.48778°N 125.93750°E / 7.48778; 125.93750
Dolores Eastern Samar RPVX Dolores (Picardo) Airport General aviation 12°02′16″N 125°29′25″E / 12.03778°N 125.49028°E / 12.03778; 125.49028
San Luis Agusan del Sur Doña Flavia Airstrip Forestry 08°28′06″N 125°42′38″E / 8.46833°N 125.71056°E / 8.46833; 125.71056
Tubay Agusan del Norte Don Jesus Soriano (Doña Rosario) Airstrip Agriculture 09°10′10″N 125°33′37″E / 9.16944°N 125.56028°E / 9.16944; 125.56028
El Nido Palawan ENI RPEN El Nido (Lio) Airport Tourism 11°12′08″N 119°24′59″E / 11.20222°N 119.41639°E / 11.20222; 119.41639
Panabo Davao del Norte Evergreen Farms Airstrip Agriculture 07°18′22″N 125°39′28″E / 7.30611°N 125.65778°E / 7.30611; 125.65778
Santo Tomas Davao del Norte Farmington Airstrip Agriculture 07°28′06″N 125°38′10″E / 7.46833°N 125.63611°E / 7.46833; 125.63611
Ferrol Romblon Ferrol (Odiongan) Airfield General aviation 12°20′42″N 121°56′14″E / 12.34500°N 121.93722°E / 12.34500; 121.93722
Aparri (Fuga Island) Cagayan Fuga Airstrip Tourism 18°51′46″N 121°17′01″E / 18.86278°N 121.28361°E / 18.86278; 121.28361
Sablayan Occidental Mindoro General Emilio Aguinaldo (Sablayan) Airstrip General aviation 12°49′03″N 120°52′53″E / 12.81750°N 120.88139°E / 12.81750; 120.88139
Davao City Guianga Airstrip Agriculture 07°05′46″N 125°23′23″E / 7.09611°N 125.38972°E / 7.09611; 125.38972
Hagonoy Davao del Sur Guihing Airstrip Agriculture 06°41′41″N 125°21′39″E / 6.69472°N 125.36083°E / 6.69472; 125.36083
Buenavista Guimaras Guimaras Airstrip General aviation 10°41′40″N 122°39′56″E / 10.69444°N 122.66556°E / 10.69444; 122.66556
Santa Cruz (Hermana Mayor Island) Zambales Hermana Mayor Airstrip Tourism 15°46′55″N 119°47′34″E / 15.78194°N 119.79278°E / 15.78194; 119.79278
Santa Cruz (Hermana Menor Island) Zambales Hermana Menor Airstrip Tourism 15°44′05″N 119°49′28″E / 15.73472°N 119.82444°E / 15.73472; 119.82444
Tagum Davao del Norte Hijo Airstrip Agriculture 07°23′09″N 125°49′43″E / 7.38583°N 125.82861°E / 7.38583; 125.82861
Dingalan Aurora Ibonan Airstrip General aviation 15°18′28″N 121°22′30″E / 15.30778°N 121.37500°E / 15.30778; 121.37500
San Vicente Palawan Inandeng Airstrip General aviation 10°31′34″N 119°16′53″E / 10.52611°N 119.28139°E / 10.52611; 119.28139
Quezon Palawan Isugod Airstrip General aviation 09°20′09″N 118°08′05″E / 9.33583°N 118.13472°E / 9.33583; 118.13472
Castillejos Zambales RPUJ Jesus F. Magsaysay (Castillejos) Airfield General aviation 14°56′48″N 120°11′25″E / 14.94667°N 120.19028°E / 14.94667; 120.19028
Kalamansig Sultan Kudarat Kalamansig Airport Agriculture 06°33′35″N 124°03′12″E / 6.55972°N 124.05333°E / 6.55972; 124.05333
Maitum Sarangani Kalaong Airstrip Agriculture 06°04′53″N 124°27′56″E / 6.08139°N 124.46556°E / 6.08139; 124.46556
Loreto Agusan del Sur Kasapa Airstrip Forestry 08°09′56″N 125°38′04″E / 8.16556°N 125.63444°E / 8.16556; 125.63444
Panabo Davao del Norte Kasilak Airstrip Agriculture 07°19′59″N 125°35′49″E / 7.33306°N 125.59694°E / 7.33306; 125.59694
Isulan Sultan Kudarat RPMK Kenram Airport Agriculture 06°39′44″N 124°36′41″E / 6.66222°N 124.61139°E / 6.66222; 124.61139
Cavite City (Corregidor Island) Cavite RPLX Kindley (Corregidor) Field Tourism/General aviation 14°23′29″N 120°36′26″E / 14.39139°N 120.60722°E / 14.39139; 120.60722
Kiamba Sarangani Kling Airstrip Agriculture 05°56′15″N 124°44′39″E / 5.93750°N 124.74417°E / 5.93750; 124.74417
Tagum Davao del Norte La Filipina Airstrip Agriculture 07°28′22″N 125°47′16″E / 7.47278°N 125.78778°E / 7.47278; 125.78778
T'Boli South Cotabato Laconon Airstrip Agriculture 06°08′57″N 124°47′11″E / 6.14917°N 124.78639°E / 6.14917; 124.78639
General Santos Lagao Airstrip General aviation 06°09′17″N 125°09′37″E / 6.15472°N 125.16028°E / 6.15472; 125.16028
Caramoan (Lahuy Island) Camarines Sur Lahuy Airstrip Mining 13°55′15″N 123°48′54″E / 13.92083°N 123.81500°E / 13.92083; 123.81500
Lambayong Sultan Kudarat Lambayong Airstrip Agriculture 06°50′49″N 124°38′41″E / 6.84694°N 124.64472°E / 6.84694; 124.64472
Don Marcelino Davao Occidental Lamidan Airstrip Agriculture 06°04′29″N 125°42′04″E / 6.07472°N 125.70111°E / 6.07472; 125.70111
La Paz Agusan del Sur Laminga Airstrip Forestry 08°17′09″N 125°45′02″E / 8.28583°N 125.75056°E / 8.28583; 125.75056
Lanuza Surigao del Sur Lanuza (Carmen) Airstrip General aviation 09°13′51″N 125°59′52″E / 9.23083°N 125.99778°E / 9.23083; 125.99778
Davao City Lapanday Airstrip Agriculture 07°09′11″N 125°34′56″E / 7.15306°N 125.58222°E / 7.15306; 125.58222
Jose Panganiban Camarines Norte RPUP Larap (Jose Panganiban) Airstrip Mining 14°17′28″N 122°38′46″E / 14.29111°N 122.64611°E / 14.29111; 122.64611
Isabela Basilan Latuan Airstrip Agriculture 06°43′34″N 122°01′06″E / 6.72611°N 122.01833°E / 6.72611; 122.01833
Rizal Palawan Latud Airstrip General aviation 08°37′29″N 117°16′46″E / 8.62472°N 117.27944°E / 8.62472; 117.27944
Lebak Sultan Kudarat LWA Lebak Rural Airport Agriculture 06°40′21″N 124°03′28″E / 6.67250°N 124.05778°E / 6.67250; 124.05778
Lebak Sultan Kudarat Lebak Airstrip Agriculture 06°37′17″N 124°03′18″E / 6.62139°N 124.05500°E / 6.62139; 124.05500
Mankayan Benguet Lepanto Airstrip Mining 16°52′14″N 120°46′45″E / 16.87056°N 120.77917°E / 16.87056; 120.77917
Limasawa Southern Leyte Limasawa Airstrip General aviation 09°57′42″N 125°03′39″E / 9.96167°N 125.06083°E / 9.96167; 125.06083
Lamitan Basilan Limo-ok (LARBECO) Airstrip Agriculture 06°38′11″N 122°07′24″E / 6.63639°N 122.12333°E / 6.63639; 122.12333
Morong Bataan Long Beach Airstrip General aviation 14°41′19″N 120°15′45″E / 14.68861°N 120.26250°E / 14.68861; 120.26250
Lucena Quezon RPUE Lucena Airport General aviation 13°55′52″N 121°36′04″E / 13.93111°N 121.60111°E / 13.93111; 121.60111
Santo Tomas Davao del Norte Lunga-og Airstrip Agriculture 07°32′40″N 125°41′59″E / 7.54444°N 125.69972°E / 7.54444; 125.69972
Valencia Bukidnon Lurugan Airfield Agriculture 07°58′48″N 125°03′03″E / 7.98000°N 125.05083°E / 7.98000; 125.05083
Toledo Cebu Lutopan Airstrip Mining 10°19′22″N 123°42′25″E / 10.32278°N 123.70694°E / 10.32278; 123.70694
Kapalong Davao del Norte Mabantao Airstrip Agriculture 07°37′16″N 125°43′45″E / 7.62111°N 125.72917°E / 7.62111; 125.72917
Aparri (Mabag Island) Cagayan Mabag Airstrip Tourism 18°53′05″N 121°15′25″E / 18.88472°N 121.25694°E / 18.88472; 121.25694
Maconacon Isabela Maconacon Airport General aviation 17°22′59″N 122°14′52″E / 17.38306°N 122.24778°E / 17.38306; 122.24778
Tagum Davao del Norte Madaum (Old Hijo) Airstrip Agriculture 07°22′19″N 125°49′07″E / 7.37194°N 125.81861°E / 7.37194; 125.81861
Panabo Davao del Norte Maduao Airstrip Agriculture 07°16′38″N 125°39′05″E / 7.27722°N 125.65139°E / 7.27722; 125.65139
Magallanes Agusan del Norte Magallanes Airstrip General aviation 09°02′39″N 125°31′31″E / 9.04417°N 125.52528°E / 9.04417; 125.52528
Lal-lo Cagayan Magapit Airstrip Forestry 18°07′46″N 121°41′11″E / 18.12944°N 121.68639°E / 18.12944; 121.68639
Ramon Isabela RP14 Magat River Multipurpose Project (MRMP) Airport Industry 16°49′47″N 121°30′01″E / 16.82972°N 121.50028°E / 16.82972; 121.50028
Asuncion Davao del Norte Magatos Airstrip Agriculture 07°33′02″N 125°43′49″E / 7.55056°N 125.73028°E / 7.55056; 125.73028
Malalag Davao del Sur Malalag Airstrip Agriculture 06°34′18″N 125°23′48″E / 6.57167°N 125.39667°E / 6.57167; 125.39667
Isabela Basilan Malamaui Airstrip General aviation 06°43′18″N 121°58′12″E / 6.72167°N 121.97000°E / 6.72167; 121.97000
Malangas Zamboanga Sibugay Malangas Airstrip Mining 07°39′02″N 123°01′05″E / 7.65056°N 123.01806°E / 7.65056; 123.01806
Malita Davao Occidental RP17 Malita Airport General aviation 06°24′08″N 125°37′09″E / 6.40222°N 125.61917°E / 6.40222; 125.61917
Roseller T. Lim Zamboanga Sibugay Malubal Airstrip Forestry 07°42′08″N 122°24′42″E / 7.70222°N 122.41167°E / 7.70222; 122.41167
Mabini Compostela Valley Mampising (LADECO-Maryland) Airstrip Agriculture 07°15′43″N 125°50′33″E / 7.26194°N 125.84250°E / 7.26194; 125.84250
Milagros Masbate Manato Airstrip Agriculture 12°11′03″N 123°37′13″E / 12.18417°N 123.62028°E / 12.18417; 123.62028
Sumisip Basilan Mangal Airstrip Agriculture 06°25′31″N 121°58′46″E / 6.42528°N 121.97944°E / 6.42528; 121.97944
Manila Manila Harbor Seaplane Terminal Tourism 14°33′24″N 120°58′46″E / 14.55667°N 120.97944°E / 14.55667; 120.97944
Maragusan Compostela Valley Mapawa Airstrip Agriculture 07°18′28″N 126°08′47″E / 7.30778°N 126.14639°E / 7.30778; 126.14639
Maramag Bukidnon XMA Maramag Airport Agriculture 07°45′11″N 125°02′00″E / 7.75306°N 125.03333°E / 7.75306; 125.03333
Don Carlos Bukidnon Maraymaray Airstrip Agriculture 07°42′41″N 124°57′04″E / 7.71139°N 124.95111°E / 7.71139; 124.95111
Santo Tomas Davao del Norte Marsman Airstrip Agriculture 07°30′45″N 125°38′31″E / 7.51250°N 125.64194°E / 7.51250; 125.64194
Mawab Compostela Valley Mawab Airstrip Agriculture 07°31′56″N 125°56′38″E / 7.53222°N 125.94389°E / 7.53222; 125.94389
Isabela Basilan RP16 Menzi (Cabunbata) Airfield / Seahawk Landing Zone Agriculture 06°39′22″N 121°58′47″E / 6.65611°N 121.97972°E / 6.65611; 121.97972
Palimbang Sultan Kudarat Milbuk Airstrip Agriculture 06°09′38″N 124°16′49″E / 6.16056°N 124.28028°E / 6.16056; 124.28028
Kiamba Sarangani MILUDECO Airstrip Agriculture 06°01′01″N 124°35′06″E / 6.01694°N 124.58500°E / 6.01694; 124.58500
Norzagaray Bulacan Minuyan Airstrip Mining 14°53′13″N 121°07′22″E / 14.88694°N 121.12278°E / 14.88694; 121.12278
Valencia Bukidnon Mountainview College Airstrip General aviation 07°59′17″N 125°01′37″E / 7.98806°N 125.02694°E / 7.98806; 125.02694
Sipalay Negros Occidental Nabulao Airstrip Mining 09°39′53″N 122°32′08″E / 9.66472°N 122.53556°E / 9.66472; 122.53556
Nampicuan Nueva Ecija Nampicuan Airstrip General aviation 15°44′37″N 120°38′20″E / 15.74361°N 120.63889°E / 15.74361; 120.63889
Nasugbu Batangas Nasugbu Airfield General aviation 14°04′56″N 120°37′49″E / 14.08222°N 120.63028°E / 14.08222; 120.63028
Malaybalay Bukidnon Nasuli (Bangcud) Airstrip General aviation 08°00′23″N 125°07′39″E / 8.00639°N 125.12750°E / 8.00639; 125.12750
Monkayo Compostela Valley Neda Airstrip Agriculture 07°44′23″N 126°04′30″E / 7.73972°N 126.07500°E / 7.73972; 126.07500
New Corella Davao del Norte New Corella Airstrip Agriculture 07°36′33″N 125°48′13″E / 7.60917°N 125.80361°E / 7.60917; 125.80361
Surigao City (Nonoc Island) Surigao del Norte RP13 Nonoc Airport Mining 09°48′33″N 125°35′42″E / 9.80917°N 125.59500°E / 9.80917; 125.59500
Mabalacat Pampanga RPLC OMNI Aviation Complex General aviation 15°10′17″N 120°33′48″E / 15.17139°N 120.56333°E / 15.17139; 120.56333
Pagbilao (Pagbilao Grande Island) Quezon RP12 Pagbilao Grande Airport Industry 13°54′01″N 121°44′39″E / 13.90028°N 121.74417°E / 13.90028; 121.74417
Agutaya (Pamalican Island) Palawan Pamalican (Amanpulo) Airstrip Tourism 11°21′31″N 120°43′40″E / 11.35861°N 120.72778°E / 11.35861; 120.72778
Paniqui Tarlac Paniqui Airstrip General aviation 15°40′28″N 120°36′07″E / 15.67444°N 120.60194°E / 15.67444; 120.60194
Paracale Camarines Norte Paracale Airstrip Mining 14°17′17″N 122°48′02″E / 14.28806°N 122.80056°E / 14.28806; 122.80056
Isabel Leyte RP15 PASAR-LIDE Airport Industry 10°54′44″N 124°26′16″E / 10.91222°N 124.43778°E / 10.91222; 124.43778
Bislig Surigao del Sur PICOP Airstrip Industry 08°11′43″N 126°21′35″E / 8.19528°N 126.35972°E / 8.19528; 126.35972
San Jose Nueva Ecija Pinili (Upper Pampanga River Project) Airstrip Industry 15°45′50″N 121°02′03″E / 15.76389°N 121.03417°E / 15.76389; 121.03417
Banaybanay Davao Oriental Pintatagan Airstrip Agriculture 07°04′39″N 125°56′29″E / 7.07750°N 125.94139°E / 7.07750; 125.94139
Polomolok South Cotabato Polomolok (Dole Cannery) Airstrip Agriculture 06°14′37″N 125°05′51″E / 6.24361°N 125.09750°E / 6.24361; 125.09750
Masinloc Zambales Poon Coto Airstrip Mining 15°34′51″N 120°04′05″E / 15.58083°N 120.06806°E / 15.58083; 120.06806
President Quirino Sultan Kudarat President Quirino Airstrip Agriculture 06°42′41″N 124°43′40″E / 6.71139°N 124.72778°E / 6.71139; 124.72778
Puerto Galera Oriental Mindoro Puerto Galera Seaplane Terminal Tourism 13°30′34″N 120°56′50″E / 13.50944°N 120.94722°E / 13.50944; 120.94722
San Carlos Negros Occidental Refugio Airstrip Agriculture 10°30′55″N 123°26′50″E / 10.51528°N 123.44722°E / 10.51528; 123.44722
Bataraza Palawan Rio Tuba Airport Mining 08°32′57″N 117°26′10″E / 8.54917°N 117.43611°E / 8.54917; 117.43611
Rizal Palawan Rizal Airstrip General aviation 09°00′46″N 117°39′19″E / 9.01278°N 117.65528°E / 9.01278; 117.65528
Kananga Leyte Rizal (PNOC-EDC) Airstrip Industry 11°09′52″N 124°36′01″E / 11.16444°N 124.60028°E / 11.16444; 124.60028
Sagay Negros Occidental Sagay Airstrip Agriculture 10°52′28″N 123°24′54″E / 10.87444°N 123.41500°E / 10.87444; 123.41500
Samal Bataan Samal (Bataan 2020, Inc.) Airport Industry 14°46′15″N 120°30′26″E / 14.77083°N 120.50722°E / 14.77083; 120.50722
Kapalong Davao del Norte Sampao Airstrip Agriculture 07°36′11″N 125°39′16″E / 7.60306°N 125.65444°E / 7.60306; 125.65444
Las Navas Northern Samar San Isidro (Dolores Timber) Airstrip Forestry 12°15′20″N 125°03′36″E / 12.25556°N 125.06000°E / 12.25556; 125.06000
San Isidro Davao Oriental San Isidro (SODACO) Airstrip Agriculture 06°49′34″N 126°05′59″E / 6.82611°N 126.09972°E / 6.82611; 126.09972
Caraga Davao Oriental San Luis (Baculin Bay) Airstrip Agriculture 07°25′58″N 126°32′42″E / 7.43278°N 126.54500°E / 7.43278; 126.54500
Toledo Cebu Sangi Airport Industry 10°23′35″N 123°38′41″E / 10.39306°N 123.64472°E / 10.39306; 123.64472
Santa Josefa Agusan del Sur Santa Josefa (Aurora) Airstrip Agriculture 08°01′20″N 126°00′57″E / 8.02222°N 126.01583°E / 8.02222; 126.01583
Concepcion Tarlac Santa Rosa (Voice of America) Airstrip General aviation 15°23′05″N 120°37′28″E / 15.38472°N 120.62444°E / 15.38472; 120.62444
Caluya (Semirara Island) Antique RPSR Semirara Airport Mining 12°04′29″N 121°23′19″E / 12.07472°N 121.38861°E / 12.07472; 121.38861
Siasi Sulu SSV Siasi Airport Agriculture 05°34′04″N 120°50′36″E / 5.56778°N 120.84333°E / 5.56778; 120.84333
Carles (Sicogon Island) Iloilo ICO RPSG Sicogon Airport Tourism 11°27′35″N 123°15′03″E / 11.45972°N 123.25083°E / 11.45972; 123.25083
Sipalay Negros Occidental Sipalay Airport (San Jose Airstrip) Tourism (formerly: Mining) 09°47′33″N 122°27′06″E / 9.79250°N 122.45167°E / 9.79250; 122.45167
Sirawai Zamboanga del Norte Sirawai Airport Agriculture 07°35′12″N 122°09′27″E / 7.58667°N 122.15750°E / 7.58667; 122.15750
Busuanga (Busuanga Island) Palawan SUMAPI (Old Busuanga) Airstrip Agriculture 12°09′43″N 119°54′28″E / 12.16194°N 119.90778°E / 12.16194; 119.90778
Braulio E. Dujali Davao del Norte TADECO I (North) Airstrip Agriculture 07°26′11″N 125°35′59″E / 7.43639°N 125.59972°E / 7.43639; 125.59972
Panabo Davao del Norte TADECO II (South) Airstrip Agriculture 07°23′28″N 125°34′18″E / 7.39111°N 125.57167°E / 7.39111; 125.57167
Tagbina Surigao del Sur Tagbina Airstrip Agriculture 08°28′39″N 126°08′02″E / 8.47750°N 126.13389°E / 8.47750; 126.13389
Rizal Palawan TGB Tagbita Airport Mining 08°42′54″N 117°21′12″E / 8.71500°N 117.35333°E / 8.71500; 117.35333
Claveria Cagayan Taggat Airstrip General aviation 18°36′16″N 121°03′43″E / 18.60444°N 121.06194°E / 18.60444; 121.06194
Talakag Bukidnon Talakag Airstrip Agriculture 08°14′46″N 124°36′05″E / 8.24611°N 124.60139°E / 8.24611; 124.60139
Tayasan Negros Oriental Tambo Airstrip Agriculture 09°54′59″N 123°04′25″E / 9.91639°N 123.07361°E / 9.91639; 123.07361
Tampakan South Cotabato Tampakan Airstrip Agriculture 06°24′43″N 124°56′03″E / 6.41194°N 124.93417°E / 6.41194; 124.93417
Santa Cruz Marinduque Tapian Airport Mining 13°26′27″N 121°58′51″E / 13.44083°N 121.98083°E / 13.44083; 121.98083
Pantukan Compostela Valley Tibagon Airstrip Agriculture 07°14′54″N 125°50′37″E / 7.24833°N 125.84361°E / 7.24833; 125.84361
Santa Catalina Negros Oriental Tolong Airstrip Agriculture 09°19′17″N 122°52′40″E / 9.32139°N 122.87778°E / 9.32139; 122.87778
Sumisip Basilan Tumajubong Airstrip Agriculture 06°28′50″N 122°02′19″E / 6.48056°N 122.03861°E / 6.48056; 122.03861
Butuan Tungao Airstrip Forestry 08°46′23″N 125°32′47″E / 8.77306°N 125.54639°E / 8.77306; 125.54639
Victorias Negros Occidental VICMICO Airstrip Agriculture 10°52′53″N 123°04′21″E / 10.88139°N 123.07250°E / 10.88139; 123.07250
Loreto Agusan del Sur Waloe Airstrip Forestry 08°13′01″N 125°47′02″E / 8.21694°N 125.78389°E / 8.21694; 125.78389
Magalang Pampanga Woodland Airpark (Gordon Boyce Airfield) General aviation 15°15′15″N 120°40′39″E / 15.25417°N 120.67750°E / 15.25417; 120.67750

Military airfields[edit]

Actual location IATA ICAO Military facility name Coordinates
Military use
Lipa, Batangas RPUL Basilio Fernando Air Base 13°57′17″N 121°07′29″E / 13.95472°N 121.12472°E / 13.95472; 121.12472
Tanay, Rizal Camp Mateo Capinpin Airfield 14°32′05″N 121°21′49″E / 14.53472°N 121.36361°E / 14.53472; 121.36361
Floridablanca, Pampanga RPUF Cesar Basa Air Base 14°59′11″N 120°29′33″E / 14.98639°N 120.49250°E / 14.98639; 120.49250
Cavite City, Cavite SGL RPLS Danilo Atienza Air Base (formerly U.S. Naval Station Sangley Point) 14°29′29″N 120°53′38″E / 14.49139°N 120.89389°E / 14.49139; 120.89389
Santa Rosa, Nueva Ecija RPLV Fort Magsaysay Airfield 15°26′02″N 121°05′24″E / 15.43389°N 121.09000°E / 15.43389; 121.09000
Pasuquin and Burgos, Ilocos Norte Jose Paredes Air Station Airstrip 18°24′11″N 120°40′00″E / 18.40306°N 120.66667°E / 18.40306; 120.66667
Cagayan de Oro RPML Lumbia Air Base 08°24′56″N 124°36′40″E / 8.41556°N 124.61111°E / 8.41556; 124.61111
San Fernando, La Union RPLW Wallace Drone Launch Facility within Poro Point (Wallace) Air Station 16°37′05″N 120°17′00″E / 16.61806°N 120.28333°E / 16.61806; 120.28333
General Santos RPMB Rajah Buayan Air Base 06°06′20″N 125°14′06″E / 6.10556°N 125.23500°E / 6.10556; 125.23500
Kalayaan, Palawan RPPN Rancudo Airfield 11°03′05″N 114°17′01″E / 11.05139°N 114.28361°E / 11.05139; 114.28361
Santa Ana, Cagayan San Vicente Naval Airfield within Camilo Osias Naval Base 18°30′13″N 122°08′56″E / 18.50361°N 122.14889°E / 18.50361; 122.14889
Sibutu, Tawi-Tawi Sibutu Airfield 04°50′35″N 119°27′38″E / 4.84306°N 119.46056°E / 4.84306; 119.46056
Rizal, Palawan RPTP Tarumpitao Point Airfield 09°02′37″N 117°37′59″E / 9.04361°N 117.63306°E / 9.04361; 117.63306
Mixed military-civilian use
Puerto Princesa PPS RPVP Antonio Bautista Air Base and Puerto Princesa International Airport 09°44′31″N 118°45′31″E / 9.74194°N 118.75861°E / 9.74194; 118.75861
Lapu-Lapu CEB RPVM Mactan-Benito Ebuen Air Base and Mactan-Cebu International Airport 10°18′48″N 123°58′58″E / 10.31333°N 123.98278°E / 10.31333; 123.98278
Clark Freeport Zone CRK RPLC Clark Air Base and Clark International Airport 15°11′09″N 120°33′35″E / 15.18583°N 120.55972°E / 15.18583; 120.55972
Zamboanga City ZAM RPMZ Edwin Andrews Air Base and Zamboanga International Airport 06°55′20″N 122°03′34″E / 6.92222°N 122.05944°E / 6.92222; 122.05944
Parañaque/Pasay MNL RPLL Jesus Villamor Air Base (formerly Nichols Field) and Ninoy Aquino International Airport 14°30′31″N 121°01′10″E / 14.50861°N 121.01944°E / 14.50861; 121.01944
Former military use
Angeles Angeles Airfield [defunct] 15°07′16″N 120°35′45″E / 15.12111°N 120.59583°E / 15.12111; 120.59583
Angeles Angeles Northeast Airfield [defunct] 15°09′18″N 120°35′54″E / 15.15500°N 120.59833°E / 15.15500; 120.59833
Bacolor, Pampanga Angeles South (Lara) Airfield [defunct] 15°04′54″N 120°36′05″E / 15.08167°N 120.60139°E / 15.08167; 120.60139
Angeles Angeles West Airfield [defunct] 15°07′44″N 120°34′00″E / 15.12889°N 120.56667°E / 15.12889; 120.56667
Victorias, Negros Occidental Alicante Airfield [defunct] 10°53′21″N 123°01′07″E / 10.88917°N 123.01861°E / 10.88917; 123.01861
Bamban, Tarlac Bamban Airfield [defunct] 15°18′03″N 120°35′29″E / 15.30083°N 120.59139°E / 15.30083; 120.59139
Batangas City, Batangas Batangas Airfield [defunct] 13°46′28″N 121°03′49″E / 13.77444°N 121.06361°E / 13.77444; 121.06361
Burauen, Leyte Bayug Airfield [defunct] 10°58′49″N 124°54′18″E / 10.98028°N 124.90500°E / 10.98028; 124.90500
Burauen, Leyte Buri Airfield [defunct] 10°59′33″N 124°54′06″E / 10.99250°N 124.90167°E / 10.99250; 124.90167
Cabanatuan, Nueva Ecija RPUC Cabanatuan (Maniquis/Camp Tinio) Airfield [defunct] 15°29′11″N 121°02′30″E / 15.48639°N 121.04167°E / 15.48639; 121.04167
Mariveles, Bataan Cabcaben Airfield [defunct] 14°27′24″N 120°35′31″E / 14.45667°N 120.59194°E / 14.45667; 120.59194
Zamboanga City Calarian Airfield [defunct] 06°55′34″N 122°01′38″E / 6.92611°N 122.02722°E / 6.92611; 122.02722
Camalaniugan, Cagayan Camalaniugan Airfield [defunct] 18°18′03″N 121°39′53″E / 18.30083°N 121.66472°E / 18.30083; 121.66472
Calamba, Laguna Canlubang (Yulo) Airfield [defunct] 14°13′26″N 121°05′59″E / 14.22389°N 121.09972°E / 14.22389; 121.09972
Manapla, Negros Occidental Carolina Airfield [defunct] 10°57′32″N 123°10′34″E / 10.95889°N 123.17611°E / 10.95889; 123.17611
Capas, Tarlac RPLQ Crow Valley Gunnery Range [defunct] 15°14′20″N 120°22′20″E / 15.23889°N 120.37222°E / 15.23889; 120.37222
Morong, Bataan SFS RPLB U.S. Naval Air Station Cubi Point (now Subic Bay International Airport) 14°47′40″N 120°16′16″E / 14.79444°N 120.27111°E / 14.79444; 120.27111
Manolo Fortich, Bukidnon Old Del Monte Airfield [defunct] 08°21′41″N 124°49′59″E / 8.36139°N 124.83306°E / 8.36139; 124.83306
Dulag, Leyte Dulag Airfield [defunct] 10°56′53″N 125°00′37″E / 10.94806°N 125.01028°E / 10.94806; 125.01028
Dumarao, Capiz Dumarao Airfield [defunct] 11°15′42″N 122°40′31″E / 11.26167°N 122.67528°E / 11.26167; 122.67528
Echague, Isabela Echague Airfield [defunct] 16°42′05″N 121°39′21″E / 16.70139°N 121.65583°E / 16.70139; 121.65583
San Jose, Occidental Mindoro Elmore Airfield [defunct] 12°26′50″N 121°04′47″E / 12.44722°N 121.07972°E / 12.44722; 121.07972
Caloocan Grace Park (Manila North) Airfield [defunct] 14°39′05″N 120°59′26″E / 14.65139°N 120.99056°E / 14.65139; 120.99056
San Jose, Occidental Mindoro Hill Airfield [defunct] 12°23′28″N 121°03′13″E / 12.39111°N 121.05361°E / 12.39111; 121.05361
Cavite City, Cavite RPLX Kindley Landing Field (Corregidor) 14°23′29″N 120°36′26″E / 14.39139°N 120.60722°E / 14.39139; 120.60722
Limay, Bataan Lamao (Bataan) Airfield [defunct] 14°31′38″N 120°36′04″E / 14.52722°N 120.60111°E / 14.52722; 120.60111
La Carlota, Negros Occidental La Carlota Airfield [defunct] 10°25′30″N 122°54′23″E / 10.42500°N 122.90639°E / 10.42500; 122.90639
Davao City Libby Airfield [defunct] 07°03′31″N 125°31′30″E / 7.05861°N 125.52500°E / 7.05861; 125.52500
Luna, La Union Luna Airfield [defunct] 16°51′52″N 120°22′58″E / 16.86444°N 120.38278°E / 16.86444; 120.38278
Mabalacat, Pampanga Mabalacat East Airfield [defunct] 15°14′21″N 120°34′08″E / 15.23917°N 120.56889°E / 15.23917; 120.56889
Mabalacat, Pampanga Mabalacat West Airfield [defunct] 15°13′02″N 120°33′00″E / 15.21722°N 120.55000°E / 15.21722; 120.55000
Mandaluyong Mandaluyong East Airfield [defunct] 14°34′41″N 121°03′26″E / 14.57806°N 121.05722°E / 14.57806; 121.05722
Mangaldan, Pangasinan Mangaldan Airfield [defunct] 16°03′40″N 120°23′49″E / 16.06111°N 120.39694°E / 16.06111; 120.39694
Mariveles, Bataan Mariveles Airfield [defunct] 14°26′06″N 120°28′37″E / 14.43500°N 120.47694°E / 14.43500; 120.47694
Davao City Matina Airfield [defunct] 07°03′21″N 125°35′34″E / 7.05583°N 125.59278°E / 7.05583; 125.59278
Medellin, Cebu RPVN Medellin Airfield [defunct] 11°08′26″N 123°57′35″E / 11.14056°N 123.95972°E / 11.14056; 123.95972
San Jose, Occidental Mindoro Murtha Airfield [defunct] 12°25′32″N 121°05′51″E / 12.42556°N 121.09750°E / 12.42556; 121.09750
Naguilian, La Union Naguilian Airfield [defunct] 16°32′05″N 120°23′49″E / 16.53472°N 120.39694°E / 16.53472; 120.39694
Santa Cruz, Zambales Naulo Point Airfield [defunct] 15°42′41″N 119°53′54″E / 15.71139°N 119.89833°E / 15.71139; 119.89833
Makati Nielson Airfield [defunct] 14°33′25″N 121°01′16″E / 14.55694°N 121.02111°E / 14.55694; 121.02111
Pasig Pasig Airfield [defunct] 14°35′17″N 121°05′45″E / 14.58806°N 121.09583°E / 14.58806; 121.09583
Pilar, Bataan Pilar Airfield [defunct] 14°39′51″N 120°33′00″E / 14.66417°N 120.55000°E / 14.66417; 120.55000
Porac, Pampanga Porac Airfield [defunct] 15°03′11″N 120°32′32″E / 15.05306°N 120.54222°E / 15.05306; 120.54222
Rizal, Palawan Punta Baja Airfield [defunct] 09°03′47″N 117°39′19″E / 9.06306°N 117.65528°E / 9.06306; 117.65528
Quezon City Quezon Airfield [defunct] 14°38′58″N 121°02′03″E / 14.64944°N 121.03417°E / 14.64944; 121.03417
Tarlac City, Tarlac San Manuel Airfield [defunct] 15°29′37″N 120°38′35″E / 15.49361°N 120.64306°E / 15.49361; 120.64306
San Marcelino, Zambales San Marcelino Airfield [defunct] 14°57′39″N 120°12′26″E / 14.96083°N 120.20722°E / 14.96083; 120.20722
Burauen, Leyte San Pablo Airfield [defunct] 10°59′01″N 124°55′32″E / 10.98361°N 124.92556°E / 10.98361; 124.92556
Cabatuan, Iloilo Santa Barbara Airfield [defunct] 10°50′47″N 122°30′21″E / 10.84639°N 122.50583°E / 10.84639; 122.50583
Tanauan, Leyte Tanauan Airfield [defunct] 11°06′15″N 125°01′14″E / 11.10417°N 125.02056°E / 11.10417; 125.02056
Quezon City Zablan Airfield [defunct] 14°36′31″N 121°04′09″E / 14.60861°N 121.06917°E / 14.60861; 121.06917
Quezon City Zablan Auxiliary Airfield [defunct] 14°35′45″N 121°04′48″E / 14.59583°N 121.08000°E / 14.59583; 121.08000

Airports being planned or under construction[edit]

The list below only includes new air transportation facilities being proposed or are under construction.

Actual location Airport name Type Status Coordinates
Daraga, Albay Bicol (Southern Luzon) International Airport (BCL) International Under construction 13°06′44″N 123°40′38″E / 13.11222°N 123.67722°E / 13.11222; 123.67722
Panglao, Bohol New Bohol (Panglao) International Airport International Under construction 09°33′52″N 123°45′57″E / 9.56444°N 123.76583°E / 9.56444; 123.76583
San Jose, Romblon Carabao Island International Airport International Private sector proposal rejected[10]
Manila Bay (reclamation off Cavite City), or Bulacan[11] Sangley Point International Airport (CVE) (New Manila International Airport) International Private sector proposals under review / JICA study completion pending
Zamboanga City New Zamboanga International Airport International Proposed[12] 06°57′29″N 122°09′55″E / 6.95806°N 122.16528°E / 6.95806; 122.16528
Agutaya, Palawan Agutaya Airport Domestic Under construction 11°09′33″N 120°57′14″E / 11.15917°N 120.95389°E / 11.15917; 120.95389
Alaminos, Pangasinan Alaminos (Pangasinan) Airport Domestic Construction on hold[13] 16°08′37″N 120°02′04″E / 16.14361°N 120.03444°E / 16.14361; 120.03444
Balabac, Palawan Balabac Airport Domestic PPP bidding pending[14]
Don Carlos, Bukidnon Bukidnon Airport (Maraymaray Airstrip) Domestic Study suspended[15] 07°42′41″N 124°57′04″E / 7.71139°N 124.95111°E / 7.71139; 124.95111
Daanbantayan, Cebu Daanbantayan (North Cebu) Airstrip Domestic Study pending[16]
Kabankalan, Negros Occidental Kabankalan Airport Domestic Under construction[17] 10°00′21″N 122°51′04″E / 10.00583°N 122.85111°E / 10.00583; 122.85111
Lamitan, Basilan Lamitan Airport Domestic Proposed[18] 06°42′40″N 122°07′00″E / 6.71111°N 122.11667°E / 6.71111; 122.11667
Libmanan, Camarines Sur Libmanan Airport Domestic Development suspended[19]
Maddela, Quirino Quirino Airport Domestic Study pending[20]
San Carlos, Negros Occidental San Carlos Airport Domestic Construction on hold[21] 10°30′35″N 123°26′06″E / 10.50972°N 123.43500°E / 10.50972; 123.43500
San Vicente, Palawan San Vicente Airport Domestic Under construction 10°31′30″N 119°16′26″E / 10.52500°N 119.27389°E / 10.52500; 119.27389
President Quirino, Sultan Kudarat Sultan Kudarat Airport Domestic Study suspended[15]

Closed airports[edit]

(Coordinates: 10°38′33.04″N 122°55′46.62″E / 10.6425111°N 122.9296167°E / 10.6425111; 122.9296167)
  • Malaybalay Airport (RPMY) - closed in the late 1990s, converted to low-cost housing area
(Coordinates: 08°36′43″N 124°27′21″E / 8.61194°N 124.45583°E / 8.61194; 124.45583)
(Coordinates 10°42′47.04″N 122°32′27.90″E / 10.7130667°N 122.5410833°E / 10.7130667; 122.5410833)
(Coordinates: 08°24′56″N 124°36′40″E / 8.41556°N 124.61111°E / 8.41556; 124.61111)

See also[edit]

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