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Philippine Airlines along with Zest Air, Cebu Pacific Air and PAL Express have all expressed their displeasure at the Philippine Department of Transportation and Communications’ decision to forge ahead with the June 15 opening of the new USD190million Laguindingan International Airport, set to replace the smaller Cagayan de Oro Lumbia airport as the gateway to Northern Mindanao and Misamis Oriental...
WITH barely a month left before the scheduled opening of the Laguindingan Airport in Misamis Oriental, flagship carrier Philippine Airlines (PAL) will be introducing earlier flights to accommodate passengers and compensate those that will be affected during night time. Read More →
Rep. Rufus Rodriguez has, once again, urged President Aquino and Lt. Gen. William K. Hotchkiss (retired) to first “resolve all issues” surrounding the international-standard Laguindingan Airport before its scheduled opening on June 15. Read More →
ZestAir’s sale is offering its Piso Seats Sale for its inaugural flight from Manila to Cagayan de Oro at Laguindingan Airport on June 15, 2013. Read More →
Community Antenna Television (CATV) and Master Antenna Television (MATV) are now installed at Laguindingan Airport. Read More →
REP. Rufus Rodriguez, 2nd District of Cagayan de Oro City, on Monday lobbied for the establishment of a duty free and tax-free goods at the soon to be opened airport in Laguindingan, Misamis Oriental. Read More →
The government intends to operate and maintain the new airport in Laguindingan, Misamis Oriental during its early years of operation. Read More →
Seattle’s Best Coffee is set to open branches at Laguindingan Airport & Limketkai Mall as the Seattle-based coffee shop makes its presence felt in Mindanao. Read More →
So here’s the official announcement by the Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) on the resetting the transfer of the gateway to Northern Mindanao from the old Lumbia Airport in Cagayan de Oro City to the new Laguindingan Airport to June 15, 2013. Accordingly, such move was made to avoid disrupting passengers’ travel plans over the summer and not about safety concerns. Read More →
In relation to Laguindingan Airport’s readiness to open on June 15, 2013, Jerry Poe Manzano, of May-May taxis in Cagayan de Oro got the initial franchise to provide transport services at Laguindingan Airport while 19 High Definition Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV) cameras have been installed and more will be put up in key points around the 400-hectare airport complex. Read More →
A small Piper Seneca plane and a Pilatus 12 turbo-prop plane carrying several technicians of the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines became the first two planes to land at Laguindingan Airport. Read More →
President Aquino said the Laguindingan Airport which will open on June 15 will greatly contribute to the economic development of Mindanao. Read More →