SEAIR re-opens Baguio

03 July 2009

BAGUIO CITY— Leisure Airline and the country's smallest scheduled air carrier will fly again from Manila to Baguio starting September 1 after it suspended its air service almost 2 years ago.

“We will be having three flights, Manila-Baguio-Manila, three times a week, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, using the Dornier 328 aircraft, the same aircraft used for Boracay flights,” says Roel Sibayan, assistant sales manager of Seair. The Dornier 328 plane carries 32 passengers.

Sibayan said the airline is confident and hopeful about its load booking for the route and expects the same traffic turnout with Batanes, the country's most northernmost airport, which handled twice a week service when the route was opened. Seair has now a daily flight to Batanes.

Seair flies to 12 domestic destinations across the country and one international point in Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia.

1 comment:

  1. How much is the air fare?
    pls email me details at