Local tourists from Mindanao and Central/Northern Luzon can now conveniently explore Bohol as Philippine Airlines launches two new domestic flights to Tagbilaran, manifesting the flag carrier’s belief in Bohol’s vast tourism potential.
Starting November 1, PAL will fly from Davao four times a week (Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday), arriving Tagbilaran at 1:20 PM, using the new 86-seater Bombardier Q400 turboprop. The flight return to Davao at 1:50 PM.
Starting December 15, PAL will open daily service from Clark to Tagbilaran, arriving at 4:20 PM. The return flight leaves Tagbilaran at 6:40 PM.
PAL currently operates three flights out of Tagbilaran – to Manila (twice a day), Cebu (daily) and Incheon (daily). Soon, tourists from Luzon, Visayas, Mindanao and South Korea can conveniently fly direct to Bohol.