STARTING March 20, 2017, Air Juan Aviation, Inc. connects the island of Cuyo, Iloilo and Caticlan as part of the airline’s thrust for interisland accessibility between popular destinations in Visayas and Palawan.
Travellers can now enjoy affordable direct air service replacing long ferry and land travels. This is the latest addition to Air Juan’s network, which includes Busuanga and Puerto Princesa.
The Cuyo–Iloilo–Caticlan service operates Mondays and Thursdays with the following schedule:
About Air Juan
Air Juan is a pioneering aviation company in the Philippines that provides fast and hassle-free air transport services to some of the Philippines most beautiful and less-chartered destinations.
The company is a duly licensed scheduled airline by the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) and the Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB).
Air Juan is also accredited by the Department of Tourism (DOT) as a Tourist Air Transport provider. Air Juan operates scheduled flights from its hub in Puerto Princesa to Busuanga (Coron), Caticlan, Cuyo and Iloilo utilizing its Cessna Grand Caravan-Ex.
Air Juan is also the premier Seaplane operator in the country. Utilizing a fleet of brand new Cessna Grand Caravan Amphibians and operating from the Air Juan Seaplane Dock at the CCP Complex in Pasay City, Metro Manila; Air Juan flies from Manila Bay to Baler, Balesin, Boracay Island, Busuanga/Coron, Mamburao, Marinduque, Puerto Galera and Subic.
Recently, Air Juan has launched its booking engine giving customers the convenience to purchase their tickets to all scheduled flights via www.airjuan.com.