Sky Pasada back on the Air

September 25, 2011

Ilocandia Rural Airline SKY Pasada is back in the air after one year hiatus when its aircraft, a LET 410 UVP-E, was brought back to Czechoslovakia for door upgrade, passed and conformed cabin requirements imposed by the Philippines Civil Aviation Authority.

Sky Pasada flies back Baguio on 22 September 2011
It recommences it scheduled flight to Baguio from Manila on Thursday arriving at Loakan Airport in the morning.

“We hope the people of Baguio will patronize Sky Pasada as a more convenient and safe mode of transport to Manila,” Captain Ramon Guico, Sky Pasada president and CEO said.

The airline which is operated by the WCC Aviation Corporation intends to connects Tuguegarao, Laoag, Batanes and Baguio from Manila's Terminal 4 (Domestic Terminal). Zest Air and SEAIR also operates out of Terminal 4.

Resumption of flights came as blessing for Baguio commuters as road repairs at the MacArthur Highway (Manila North Road) in Tarlac and Pangasinan and along Marcos Highway and Kennon Road drag to eight- to ten-hour trip to Baguio from Manila.

Sky Pasada flights cut travel time to mere 45 minutes, from NAIA Terminal 4 at less than 2,000 pesos. 

The airline will then connect Baguio to Tugegarao and Batanes at P1,995 for Baguio to Tuguegarao and P5,285 for Baguio-Batanes effectively making Baguio the airlines hub. Sky Pasada will connect Baguio to the Manila, Tuguegarao and Batanes, with twice-a-week flights.

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