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Getting to Iligan

Ship

Photo: Bennette Tan

A passenger ship at the Iligan pier.

By Air

At present, Iligan is accessible via Cagayan de Oro's Lumbia Airport, then an hour-and-a-half land travel to Iligan (100 kms away). The Cagayan de Oro airport is serviced by PAL (3 flights daily), GrandAir and Cebu Pacific (1 flight each daily) with B-737 and DC-9 aircrafts from/to Manila. There are also PAL flights from/to Cebu and Davao. Mindanao Express also has flights to/fro the airport.

The recently improved Iligan (Balo-i) Airport will soon be available for domestic flights.

Bus

Photo: Robert Booc

A few bus companies provide regular trips to virtually all parts of Mindanao.

By Land

Four bus companies with tourist class coaches ply the Iligan route destined for Cagayan de Oro, Butuan and Davao on the east and Pagadian, Ozamiz and Zamboanga on the west. Air-conditioned vans ply the Marawi-Cotabato route.

By Sea

Passenger (including luxury liners) and cargo vessels ply from Iligan to Cebu, Dumaguete, Manila and Siquijor. Also accessible via Cagayan de Oro or Ozamiz.

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