Airports in Philippines, List of Philippines Airports By City

All the Major Airports in Philippines are given below. To find more information about any of these airports click on the airport name. Our database have 78 Airports in Philippines. Philippines IATA Airport Codes and ICAO Codes are listed bellow.

Airport City, Country IATA airport code ICAO airport code
Alah Airport Alah, Philippines AAV -
Angeles City Flying Club MG, Philippines AFC ACFC
Awang Airport Cotabato, Philippines CBO RPWC
Bacolod Airport Bacolod, Philippines BCD RPVB
Baganga Airport Baganga, Philippines BNQ -
Baler Airport Baler, Philippines BQA RPUR
Basco Airport Basco, Philippines BSO RPUO
Bicol International Airport Legazpi, Philippines DRP RPLK
Bislig Airport Bislig, Philippines BPH RPMF
Buayan Airport General Santos, Philippines GES RPWB
Busuanga Airport Busuanga, Philippines USU RPVV
Butuan Airport Butuan, Philippines BXU RPWE
Cagayan De Sulu Airport Cagayan De Sulu, Philippines CDY -
Cagayan North International Airport Lal-lo, Philippines LLC RPLH
Calbayog Airport Calbayog, Philippines CYP RPVC
Camarines Norte Airport Daet, Philippines DTE RPUD
Casiguran Airport Casiguran, Philippines CGG -
Cauayan Airport Cauayan, Philippines CYZ RPUY
Clark Field Luzon Island, Philippines CRK RPLC
CLR Airport Taytay Sandoval, Philippines RZP -
Coron Airport Coron, Philippines XCN -
Cubi Pt Naval Air Station Luzon Island, Philippines NCP -
Culion Airport Culion, Philippines CUJ -
Cuyo Airport Cuyo, Philippines CYU -
D. Z. Romualdez Airport Tacloban, Philippines TAC RPVA
Dilasag Airport Dilasag, Philippines DSG -
Dipolog Airport Dipolog, Philippines DPL KDPL
Dumaguete Airport Dumaguete, Philippines DGT RPVD
El Nido Airport El Nido, Philippines ENI -
Evelio Javier Airport Antique, Philippines EUQ -
Ipil Airport Ipil, Philippines IPE -
Jolo Airport Jolo, Philippines JOL RPMJ
Kalibo Airport Kalibo, Philippines KLO RPVK
Labo Airport Ozamis City, Philippines OZC RPMO
Laoag Airport Laoag, Philippines LAO RPLI
Legaspi Airport Legaspi, Philippines LGP RPMP
Loakan Airport Baguio, Philippines BAG RPUB
Lubang Airport Lubang, Philippines LBX RPLU
Lumbia Airport Cagayan De Oro, Philippines CGY RPML
Mactan International Airport Cebu, Philippines CEB RPMC
Malabang Airport Malabang, Philippines MLP RPMM
Malay Airport Caticlan, Philippines MPH RPWY
Mambajao Airport Camiguin, Philippines CGM -
Mamburao Airport Mamburao, Philippines MBO RPUM
Mandurriao Airport Iloilo, Philippines ILO RPVI
Maramag Airport Maramag, Philippines XMA -
Maria Cristina Airport Iligan, Philippines IGN RPMI
Marinduque Airport Marinduque, Philippines MRQ RPUW
Masbate Airport Masbate, Philippines MBT KMBT
Mati Airport Davao, Philippines DVO RPMD
Mati Airport Mati, Philippines MXI RPMQ
McGuire Field San Jose, Philippines SJI RPVS
Naga Airport Naga, Philippines WNP RPUN
National Airport Catarman, Philippines CRM RPVF
Ninoy Aquino International Airport Manila, Philippines MNL RPLL
Ormoc Airport Ormoc, Philippines OMC RPVO
Pagadian Airport Pagadian, Philippines PAG RPMP
Puerto Princesa Airport Puerto Princesa, Philippines PPS RPVP
Roxas City Airport Roxas City, Philippines RXS RPVR
San Fernando Airport San Fernando, Philippines SFE RPUS
San Vicente Airport San Vicente, Philippines SWL RPSV
Sanga Sanga Airport Sanga Sanga, Philippines SGS RPMN
Sangley Point Air Base Cavite City, Philippines NSP RPLS
Sangley Point NAS Manila, Philippines SGL RPLS
Siargao Airport Del Carmen, Philippines IAO RPNS
Siasi Airport Siasi, Philippines SSV -
Sicogon Island Airport Sicogon Island, Philippines ICO -
Siocon Airport Siocon, Philippines XSO -
Subic Bay International Airport Subic Bay, Philippines SFS RPLB
Surigao Airport Surigao, Philippines SUG RPWS
Tablas Airport Tablas, Philippines TBH RPVU
Tagbilaran Airport Tagbilaran, Philippines TAG RPVT
Tagbita Airport Tagbita, Philippines TGB -
Tandag Airport Tandag, Philippines TDG RPWW
Tawitawi Airport Tawitawi, Philippines TWT -
Tuguegarao Airport Tuguegarao, Philippines TUG RPUT
Virac Airport Virac, Philippines VRC RPUV
Zamboanga Airport Zamboanga, Philippines ZAM RPMZ

The IATA airport code consists of three letters and is defined by IATA (International Air Transport Association).
The ICAO airport code consists of four letters and is defined by ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization).