Getting There in DavaoEdit This
Considered the premier gateway to the south, Davao is serviced by an international airport. You can fly from here to several points in the country as well as to several neighbouring Asian cities including Singapore, Hong Kong, Manado (Indonesia), and soon Seoul (South Korea), and Macau (China).
Major shipping lines service the Davao area from Manila and nearby southern points. The Davao seaport also serves as the shipping point of exit for most of the agricultural exports of Southern and Southeastern Mindanao.
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From Singapore, SilkAir flies daily to Davao (also via Cebu).
Air Philippines flies twice daily to Davao from Manila.
Asian Spirit flies to/from Davao from/to Manila once daily.
On April 2, 2006, Asian Spirit began flying the Davao to Palau route. Flights to Palau are every Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays.
From Jakarta, Indonesia, Sriwijaya Indonesia Airlines flies to Palembang.
Airlines flies 27 times weekly to Davao from the Philippine capital (one
hour and 35 minutes away) and twice daily from Cebu (55 minutes away). There are
also flights from Zamboanga (daily; one hour and 20 minutes) and
Cagayan de Oro (Four times a week - MWth. Sat - 35 minutes).
Starting Dec 16, 2006, PAL will now fly twice weekly from Seoul to Manila and then connect to Davao. This will be PAL's first international flight "out" of Davao.