Cebu Pacific Schedule Iloilo Davao and Davao Iloilo

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Cebu Pacific Schedule Iloilo Davao and Davao Iloilo

  • Cebu Pacific Schedule Iloilo Davao and Davao Iloilo is a domestic route departing from the Iloilo airport (ILO) and arriving at Davao airport (DVO).
  • The flight distance is 334 miles, or 538 km.
  • For direct Cebu Pacific Schedule Iloilo Davao and Davao Iloilo flights, the flight time is 1:10.

Cebu Pacific Schedule Iloilo Davao and Davao Iloilo

Cebu Pacific Schedule Iloilo Davao (Updated February 1, 2017)

Mon,Wed,Fri,Sun 09:05 Iloilo (ILO) 10:15 Davao (DVO)
CEBU Pacific Air 5J 347 Non-stop Airbus A320 (320) 1:10

Tue,Thu,Sat 09:10 Iloilo (ILO) 10:20 Davao (DVO)
CEBU Pacific Air 5J 721 Non-stop Airbus A320 (320) 1:10

Sun 15:20 Iloilo (ILO) 16:30 Davao (DVO)
CEBU Pacific Air 5J 721 Non-stop Airbus A320 (320) 1:10 Effective 2016-12-18 through 2017-06-04

Cebu Pacific Schedule Davao Iloilo (Updated February 1, 2017)

Mon,Wed,Fri,Sun 07:25 Davao (DVO) 08:35 Iloilo (ILO)
CEBU Pacific Air 5J 348 Non-stop Airbus A320 (320) 1:10

Tue,Thu,Sat 10:50 Davao (DVO) 12:00 Iloilo (ILO)
CEBU Pacific Air 5J 720 Non-stop Airbus A320 (320) 1:10

Sun 17:00 Davao (DVO) 18:10 Iloilo (ILO)
CEBU Pacific Air 5J 720 Non-stop Airbus A320 (320) 1:10 Effective 2016-12-18 through 2017-06-04

Cebu Pacific Schedule Iloilo Davao and Davao Iloilo times of departure and arrival are generated via Flightmapper.Net.

Francisco Bangoy International Airport, also called Davao International Airport (IATA: DVO, ICAO: RPMD), is the main airport serving Davao City in the Philippines. It is the busiest airport in the island of Mindanao. The airport has a single 3,000-meter precision runway.

A new terminal replaces the previous airport terminals, which lie just across it, in handling both domestic and international flights operating to and from Davao. The modern facility is designed to handle approximately 2 million passengers annually and 84,600 metric tons of cargo annually. The added capacity is also complemented by the latest navigational, security, and baggage handling equipment.

The modernization and upgrading of the airport facilities aims to cement Davao as a hub for tourism and foreign investment in the region. Development was funded by a forty million-dollar loan from the Asian Development Bank, co-financed by the European Investment Bank for twenty-five million ECUs, and through budgetary allocations from the government. The total cost of the project amounted to $128 million.

After almost a decade, the new terminal was finally inaugurated on December 2, 2003. Initial construction began in 2000 while plans for construction were announced in 1992.

On November 12, 2007, Cebu Pacific announced this airport as its third hub. (Info from Wikipedia.Org)