Tagbilaran Airport

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Tagbilaran Airport
Tugpahanan sa Tagbilaran (Cebuano)
Paliparan ng Tagbilaran (Tagalog)
Tagbilaran Airport 1.JPG
Tagbilaran Airport terminal building
Airport type Public
Operator Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines
Serves Tagbilaran
Location Barangay Taloto, Tagbilaran
Elevation AMSL 12 m / 38 ft
Coordinates 09°39′50.69″N 123°51′11.69″E / 9.6640806°N 123.8532472°E / 9.6640806; 123.8532472Coordinates: 09°39′50.69″N 123°51′11.69″E / 9.6640806°N 123.8532472°E / 9.6640806; 123.8532472
Website tagbilaranairport.net
TAG/RPVT is located in Philippines
Location in the Philippines
Direction Length Surface
m ft
17/35 1,779 5,837 Asphalt
Statistics (2017)
Passengers 921,586[1]
Aircraft movements (2012) 3,686
Metric tonnes of cargo (2012) 3,273
  • Includes military activity
  • Statistics from the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines.[2]

Tagbilaran Airport (Cebuano: Tugpahanan sa Tagbilaran, Tagalog: Paliparan ng Tagbilaran) (IATA: TAG, ICAO: RPVT) is a Principal Class 1 airport serving the general area of Tagbilaran, the capital city of the province of Bohol in the Philippines. It will soon be replaced by Panglao Island International Airport upon its completion.

The 2013 Bohol earthquake caused damage including the collapse of a ceiling in the control tower. Operations were suspended for three hours but later resumed.[3]

Airlines and destinations[edit]

Air Juan Caticlan, Cebu (all ends August 2018)
Cebu Pacific Manila (ends August 2018)
Cebu Pacific
operated by Cebgo
Cagayan de Oro, Davao (all ends August 2018)[4]
Philippine Airlines
operated by PAL Express
Clark [5], Davao[6], Manila, Seoul–Incheon (all ends August 2018)[7]
Philippines AirAsia Manila (ends August 2018)


A Philippine Airlines A320-200 ready for takeoff at Tagbilaran Airport in 2012 
Cebu Pacific Airbus A319 at Tagbilaran Airport in 2009 
Cebu Pacific Airbus A320 landing at Tagbilaran Airport in 2007 

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