Skyjet Schedule Manila Batanes and Batanes Manila

Skyjet Schedule Manila to Batanes Flights and vice versa

  • This flight is a domestic route departing from the Manila airport (MNL) and arriving at Basco Airport (BSO) in Batanes.
  • The approximate flight distance is 415 miles or 668 km.
  • For direct flights, the flight time is 1:05.

Skyjet Manila To Batanes Flights

Skyjet Schedule Manila to Batanes Flights (Updated April 9, 2020)

Mon,Wed,Fri,Sun 06:10 Manila (MNL) 4 07:20 Basco (BSO)
Skyjet M8 816 Non-stop BAe 146 (146) 1:10

Mon,Wed,Fri,Sun 07:50 Basco (BSO) 09:00 Manila (MNL) 4
Skyjet M8 817 Non-stop BAe 146 (146) 1:10

Skyjet Schedule Batanes times of departure and arrival are generated via Flightmapper.Net.

Basco Airport (in Filipino: Paliparan ng Basco, in Ilocano: Pagtayaban ti Basco) (IATA code: BSO, ICAO code: RPUO) is a local airport serving the Batanes group of islands in the Philippines. The airport is located in the capital city of Basco, and is one of two airports in the Batanes Islands, the other being Itbayat Airport.

The local airport is classified as a Class 2 principal (or minor/domestic) airport by the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) under the Department of Transportation and Communications. Although international flights briefly served the airport in the past, the airport is not officially classified as an international airport.

(Airport Details Info from Wikipedia.Org)

SkyJet Airlines started commercial flights into Basco, Batanes on December 14, 2012, the long-awaited event for the province that has been virtually isolated in the past from mainland Luzon because of lack of air transport.

SkyJet Airlines, owned by Magnum Air Inc., started flying the Manila into Basco and Basco into Manila routes in 2012 following the issuance of the Air Operator’s Certificate by the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines. Flights to Basco and back to Manila started several times a week: Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays flying from Terminal 4 of the Manila Domestic Airport.

Dr. Joel Mendoza, CEO of Magnum Air Inc., said SkyJet was envisioned to be a benchmark in the aviation industry in terms of safety standards, customer care, and service. By serving niche destinations, regardless of passenger traffic, “we endeavor to contribute to the country’s economy by boosting local tourism while advocating for the preservation of natural resources and cultural heritage, like that of Batanes, a province declared by the government as a protected area during the time of former Governor Telesforo Castillejos and now a candida for the elite National Cultural Heritage of the Philippines.

In these destinations, Skyjet added a 76 seater 100 jet airplane with four engines for added security and faster flights. The British jet plane has sizable cargo capacities to accommodate passengers extra luggage like surf-board, scuba gears along with other water sporting fittings for vacation, and two flight attendants to serve passengers’ demands like snacks and beverages. Other pilots trained by the British Aerospace it’s probably the most difficult Captains Rosales, Reyna, and Tamayo. The SkyJet is going to other pilots trained by the British Aerospace like Captains Rosales, Reyna, and Tamayo along with other pilots trained by the British Aerospace System.

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