The pre-qualification conference for Laguindingan Airport Operations and Maintenance as well as 4 other regional airports under a public-private partnerships (PPPs) scheme will be held tomorrow, April 7 at Crowne Plaza Manila Galleria.
Laguindingan Airport will become the “busiest regional transportation hub”, this is according to Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) Airport Manager Engr. Jose Budiongan as the government announced the start of regular night scheduled flights at the said airport last Sunday. More details HERE.
CDO Port Modern Passenger Terminal Bldg, Laguindingan Port Project, other port projects in Northern Mindanao get green light
The Regional Development Council of Northern Mindanao recently endorsed major projects proposed by the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) for 2016, which included among others the development and construction of ports in Laguindingan and Opol; the development of Jasaan Port and Phase 2 of Benoni Port, and the construction of modern passenger terminal building, breakbulk receiving facility, and 6-line...
A property near Laguindingan Airport has been eyed as a tourism economic zone. This was disclosed by Tourism Infrastructure Enterprises Zone Authority (Tieza) Chief Operations Officer Mark Lapid in his recent visit to Cagayan de Oro City.
Latest photos of construction of Laguindingan Airport Rotunda revealed parts of the mini park is now being built.
Here’s a video of the first scheduled night landing at Laguindingan Airport.
Cebu Pacific Flight 5J 211 from Cebu became the first airline to land a scheduled night flight at Laguindingan Airport last night.
It was a rare occasion that AirAsia’s special Manny Pacquiao branded Airbus A320 landed at Laguindingan Airport yesterday, February 15.
Three of the #Fallen44 are from Northern Mindanao and last January 31, 2015, arrival honors were held for PO2 Chum Agabon, PO2 Romeo Senin II, and PO2 Godofredo Cabanlet upon tgheir arrival at Laguindingan Airport.
The provincial government of Misamis Oriental formally launched its information kiosk at the arrival area of Laguindingan Airport.
There were no scheduled night flights yet at Laguindingan Airport but continued flight delays due in part to the congestion at Manila’s Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) and the late arrival of turnaround aircrafts have so far tested the night capabilities of the airport serving Cagayan de Oro and Iligan Cities.
The VIP Lounge of Laguindingan Airport is now open.