Kalibo International Airport (KLO) is the international gateway to Boracay Island. The largest airport in the province of Aklan, Kalibo Airport is also one of the fastest growing airports in the Philippines with over 1 million international and domestic passengers arriving or departing from its terminals each year.
Now offering direct flights to and from major cities such as Singapore, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, and Seoul, Kalibo Airport also serves domestic passengers flying from major Philippine cities such as Manila and Cebu. Kalibo Airport offers cheaper fares, larger planes, and more flight options than the smaller Godofredo Ramos Airport located in Caticlan. Kalibo Airport is also served by popular international carriers such as Air Asia and Silk Air (the regional wing of Singapore Airlines). Kalibo Airport is only a 75-minute shuttle or van ride to Boracay Island’s main port of entry in Caticlan.
Following its recent renovation, an increasing number of tourists are flying directly to Kalibo in order to avoid flying through Manila and Cebu. The airports in Manila and Cebu are often congested and flight delays and cancellations are common. If you are traveling from international destinations such as Singapore, Hong Kong, or Kuala Lumpur, flying directly to Kalibo Airport will be your most convenient option for reaching Boracay. If you are traveling to Boracay from Manila or Cebu, flying to Kalibo is generally a more affordable alternative than flying to Godofredo Ramos Airport in Caticlan. The majority of Boracay Island’s tourists and residents fly through Kalibo International Airport.