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The Cagayan North International Airport Set to Open

Tuguegarao City, Cagayan Valley, Philippines - The Cagayan North International Airport in Lallo, Cagayan, the first international gateway in northeast of Luzon set to open this year. 

Cagayan International Airport, according to Cagayan Economic Zone Authority (CEZA), will cater to both domestic and international flights. Tuguegarao City airport caters only domestic flights via Cebu Pacific and Philippine Airlines with daily flights from Tuguegarao to Manila and vice versa. 

The new airport will initially cater direct flights to ASIAN Countries like JAPAN, SINGAPORE, CHINA, TAIWAN, SOUTH KOREA, HONGKONG and Main Land CHINA. 

Located in Lallo, Cagayan, the P1.67-billion, 150-hectare Lallo airport or Cagayan North International Airport is a joint venture between the government through CEZA and the private sector with 48-52 sharing, respectively. 

This airport would make the economy of Cagayan and the entire Cagayan Valley as well stronger and sustainable, especially since the region is considered's as number one food basket in the Philippines.

The airport would further generate jobs, opportunities and big investments to the province. Cagayan also boosting itself to become the best tourist destinations in the country, since we have the best white sand beaches and Palaui Island which is among's top 10 best beaches in the world according to CNN.  

Travel time to Santa Ana, Cagayan is less than an hour where port irene are located, first class hotels, casinos, best beaches and other tourist destinations. 

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Update: as of July, 25, 2017

The Cagayan North International Airport (CNIA) is set to launch its maiden international flight on August 23, according to (CNIA) officials. It will initially cater direct flights from China and Macau in a daily basis for the meantime.

The CNIA management is rushing to fulfill the requirements set by the Civil Aviations Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) to accommodate bigger aircraft like the Airbus 320 and Boeing 737.

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