I hope that the following references to news reports and travel websites that reference flights from the Indonesian city of Manado to the Philippine city of Davao will prove helpful:
Indonesian carrier Wings Air has resumed its chartered flights services between Manado and Davao using a 70-seater twin-engine aircraft.
Publish Date: 07/12/2012 1:07
Shelley Sondakh, BIMP-EAGA Executive Secretary identified the airline wanting to operate Manado– Davao and vice versa routes as Zest Air and Lion Air subsidiary Wings Air of Indonesia. “Wings Air will be flying in May, and …
Publish Date: 03/23/2012 0:00
Besides, direct flights from Manado to Davao would be reopened because there was a long-standing memorandum of understanding between North Sulawesi and Davao on the flight connection. Meanwhile, North Sulawesi …
Publish Date: 03/01/2012 11:11
Philippine carrier Mid-Sea Air Express launched its inaugural Davao–Manado flight on March 18 on a once a week Sunday service. The airline uses a 19-seater Jet Stream aircraft for the route. Manado is the capital of the …
Publish Date: 03/27/2012 8:07
“It is only one-hour flight from Manado to the to Davao and Cebu.” He said direct flights from Manado to the Philippines which were suspended would soon be reopened this year because a regional company has made a …
Publish Date: 02/28/2012 19:04
He said traders and businessmen were benefiting from chartered flight services that were launched in June last year to connect Manado in North Sulawesi to Davao in southern Mindanao, the Philippines, where most of them …
Publish Date: 11/20/2013 22:13
10-Dec-2013, 9:46 PM : 6 domestic flights cancelled due to sunset limitation, bad weather · HOME|; About Us|; TNAV|; Weather|; Special Feature … PCCI said the Davao-Bitung Ro-Ro project was the result of the memorandum of cooperation signed by the business chambers of the cities of Davao and Manado, the capital of Indonesia’s North Sulawesi province, during the Davao Investment Forum last November. “The private sector has taken the lead in spearheading …
Publish Date: 04/04/2013 22:37
It would be nice to see a flight from Davao or CdO to Manado again. The previous indonesian airline operating between Davoa and Manado closed 2007 and there are no sea crossings from davoa to Manado or Bitung.
Publish Date: 09/26/2012 17:36
I was a late filler to a group of travel agents who got invited for a familiarization tour to promote the revived Davao–Manado flight. The idea was to push the sagging East Asean Growth Area initiative thru intra-ASEAN travel and …
Publish Date: 07/16/2011 9:54
Wings Abadi Airlines, usually shortened to Wings Air, is a scheduled commuter passenger airline based in Jakarta, Indonesia, operating out of Soekarno-Hatta International Airport. The company was established as a wholly …
Publish Date: 06/12/2012 17:46
Currently, Wings Air has flights from Davao City to Manado once a week, Silk Air has direct flights from Singapore to Manado four times weekly, and Air Asia offers direct connections from Kuala Lumpur, three times weekly.
Publish Date: 06/11/2011 0:25
Meanwhile, Lion Air plans to end 2013 with a fleet of 100 aircraft. The airline currently has more than 400 aircraft on order. In the Philippines, Lion Air affiliate Wings Air operates seasonal flights between Davao and Manado.
Publish Date: 10/07/2013 2:55
Silk Air is the regional/partner airline of Singapore Airlines; it operates the only international flight to Manado, as well as the only flight between Singapore and Lombok. avatar Chris Says: April 6th, 2013 at 1:42 pm. TransNusa …
Publish Date: 06/27/2012 0:00
Among these airlines is the Wings Air/Lion Air for a flight connection from Davao to Manado, Indonesia; the MAS Wings of Malaysia Airlines for Kota Kinabalu-Davao–Manado triangular route starting December this year; and …
Publish Date: 09/10/2012 18:10
However, there are infrequent chartered flights to Davao from Manado, Indonesia by Wings Air and Davao from Seoul, South Korea by Jeju Air. Cebu Pacific used to serve Davao-Hong Kong and Singapore, but these flights …
Publish Date: 04/16/2011 1:20
Cebu to Tagbilaran; Tagbilaran to Davao; Davao to Manado (Indonesia). According to management, service to Tablas is confirmed to proceed but other destinations and launch dates are subject to change. Fil-Asian Airways …
Publish Date: 06/17/2013 3:21
Davao City can be reached by air, sea and land travel from Manila, the country’s main international gateway. It can also be reached by regular flights from Manado in Indonesia and Singapore. Air travel from Manila to Davao is …
Unlike the island of Bali which provides flights with dozen times to various major cities in Indonesia and abroad, or the famous city of Manado Bunaken Marine Park which provides more than ten flights connecting Manado and Jakarta. The most popular route to Raja Ampat is … Trip to Sorong can be reached from several major cities in Indonesia and some other cities in southeast Asia such as Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, and Davao in Philippines. Several airlines providing flights …
Publish Date: 02/21/2012 20:39
”By the end of the year, if everything goes to plan, we can start asking for jet aircraft to fly to Manado (in Sulawesi), Davao (in the Philippines) and other destinations in the region which are beyond the limit of the ATR range.
Publish Date: 05/08/2012 23:11
In the third phase, we are looking at cities that range within two-hour flight like Ujung Pandang in South Sulawesi, Manado in North Sulawesi and Davao in the Philippines, probably under chartered flights‘ arrangement,” he …
Publish Date: 12/07/2012 23:15
“Rush Hour” – Davao Airport Spotting Vid
FSXFanatic Productions TM Uploaded on 8 Dec 2009
Thanks for watching this video. It’s my first spotting video. Portrayed in this video is Francisco Bangoy International Airport (RPMD). It’s the gateway of Davao, the Philippines’ largest city, to the rest of the Philippines.
This video was recorded in October of 2009.
The ATC chatter was actual RPMD communications recorded by me.
The music, however, is NOT OWNED by me. It is OWNED by their respective owner(s).
Francisco Bangoy International Airport
Paliparang Pandaigdig ng Francisco Bangoy
Tugpahanang Pangkalibutanon sa Francisco Bangoy
Francisco Bangoy International Airport , also called Davao International Airport (IATA: DVO, ICAO: RPMD), is the main airport serving Davao City in the Philippines. It is the busiest airport in the Mindanao. The airport has a single 3,000-meter precision runway.
A new terminal replaces the previous airport terminals, which lie just across it, in handling both domestic and international flights operating to and from Davao. The modern facility is designed to handle approximately 1.2 million passengers and 84,600 tons of cargo annually. The added capacity is also complemented by the latest navigational, security, and baggage handling equipment.
The modernization and upgrading of the airport facilities aims to cement Davao as a hub for tourism and foreign investment in the region. Development was funded by a forty million-dollar loan from the Asian Development Bank, co-financed by the European Investment Bank for twenty-five million ECUs, and through budgetary allocations from the government. The total cost of the project amounted to $128 million.
On November 12, 2007, Cebu Pacific announced this airport as its third hub.
Despite the fact that Davao International Airport is considered “international”, it currently services only one international destination, Singapore. However, there are occasional charter flights to Davao from Manado by Wings Air. Cebu Pacific used to serve Davao-Hong Kong and Singapore, however these flights have been discontinued in 2009.
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