Laguindingan Airport is expected to have international flights starting in the fourth quarter this year. This was revealed by no less than the Department of Tourism Region 10 Director Catalino E. Chan III.
The Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) will initially authorize flights to and from Seoul and Busan, South Korea. It is undeniable that Cagayan de Oro has a huge population of Korean expats. They come here for leisure, business and education.
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