The international gateway to Boracay, Kalibo International Airport is located approximately 90 minutes away, and is home to several international carriers as well as Philippines’ domestic. Visitors arriving from outside the Philippines are encouraged to fly direct to Kalibo, skipping a transfer in Manila.
Kalibo Airport is the cheaper of the two Boracay-area airports, however flying to Caticlan (MPH) is a better option when flying domestically within the Philippines due to its proximity to Boracay, simply right across the water in Caticlan.
Don’t forget to arrange a transfer service online between Kalibo Airport and your hotel on Boracay. Reserving online includes the following benefits: pick up service, jetty (boat) charges, environmental taxes, as well as a Boracay map and guide, face towel and welcome drink, and can be arranged between both Kalibo and Caticlan airports and any hotel on Boracay.
The following airlines provide service to Kalibo (KLO): Philippine Airlines, Cebu Pacific, Air Asia, Tiger, Asiana, Silk Air, and Skyjet, with a mix of flights available to domestic destinations (primarily Manila and Cebu) and direct service to international destinations such as Taipei, Incheon (Seoul), Busan, Shanghai, Chengdu, Beijing, Hong Kong, Singapore and Kuala Lumpur.