Good news for the people of South Cotabato and neighboring areas especially to the Ilonggos who have relatives in Iloilo or wanting to visit Iloilo.


Starting today, March 23, 2012 Airphil Express addresses the long clamor for a direct flights from Gensan to Iloilo and vice versa.

Airphil Express will be using the Airbus A320 to service the new Gensan-Iloilo and vice versa route with a three times a week regular schedule (Monday, Wednesday, Friday) in an estimated flight duration of about 1 hour and 20 minutes.

Schedule:
GES-ILO (2P 393) ETD: 10:10am ETA: 11:30am, MWF
ILO-GES (2P 394) ETD: 12:00pm ETA: 01:20pm, MWF



Sold out!
A search on Airphil's own e-booking reveals that the inaugural flight Gensan-Iloilo at 10:20am today is almost a sold-out. 
This blog, South Cotabato News Atbp is one of the 3 members of the Soccsksargen Bloggers invited by Airphil express on it's maiden flight from Gensan to Iloilo today. See you Iloilo!


Book a ticket now, just go to http://www.airphilexpress.com

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  1. Oh cool.  I can now go to South Cotabato anytime with Airphil. Tapos diretso na Ilo ilo. Wow! Yehey! 

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  2. Wow...lucky for you to get a chance to travel for free. Enjoy your trip. 

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  3. Good thing for those who often travel to Gen San then :) 

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  4. wow buti pa ang gensan to iloilo A 320 na agad ,,, surigao to manila nocomment jejeje

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  5. Oh it's good to know that they're flying directly to GenSan na.. 

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  6. Way to go Iloilo!  This is an advantage to all travelers. ;-)

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  7. Good news for fellow lakwatseros! 

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  8. this is great.. places are getting shorter..  great for the economy and great for those who love to travel. thanks for sharing

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  9. I heard this. This is interesting! :)

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  10. this is great news! I bet many people would love this! :)

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  11. Wow! That sounds nice.  Sana makatry rin ng free trip =)

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  12. Airbus A320! What a coincidence. Their doors are made in India (I just blogged about it). I wish there were more flights coming in and out of Dumaguete going to more destinations. For now, we only have 2 (PAL and CebPac) and they're all Manila-bound, except for one Cebu-bound trip, but it's only once a week. 

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  13. Wow nag e expand talaga ang Air Phil!  Please swing by my page too!

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  14. Good job Air Phil, way to go! :)

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  15. interesting indeed...
    thanks for sharing..

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  16. nami gd ang air phil ah!

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