Skyjet Schedule Manila to Coron Flights and vice versa
- This flight is a domestic route departing from the Manila airport (MNL) and arriving at Busuanga Airport (USU).
- This flight has distance of approximately 176 miles or 283 km.
- For direct flights, the flight time is 0:40.
Skyjet Manila to Coron Flights and Vice Versa (Updated April 9, 2020)
Daily 10:25 Manila (MNL) 4 11:10 Busuanga (USU)
Skyjet M8 711 Non-stop BAe 146 (146) 0:45
Daily 14:45 Manila (MNL) 4 15:25 Busuanga (USU)
Skyjet M8 713 Non-stop BAe 146 (146) 0:40
Mon,Wed,Fri,Sun 08:05 Manila (MNL) 4 08:45 Busuanga (USU)
Skyjet M8 715 Non-stop BAe 146 (146) 0:40
Daily 11:40 Busuanga (USU) 12:35 Manila (MNL) 4
Skyjet M8 712 Non-stop BAe 146 (146) 0:55
Daily 16:10 Busuanga (USU) 17:10 Manila (MNL) 4
Skyjet M8 714 Non-stop BAe 146 (146) 1:00
Mon,Wed,Fri,Sun 09:15 Busuanga (USU) 10:00 Manila (MNL) 4
Skyjet M8 716 Non-stop BAe 146 (146) 0:45
Skyjet Schedule Manila to Coron and vice versa times of departure and arrival are generated via Flightmapper.Net.
SkyJet Airlines announced that it would be increasing its frequency of service on its highly popular route Manila to Coron in the island of Busuanga in Northern Palawan beginning in December 2013.
The trailblazing route was launched on February 2013 with thrice-weekly flights. It remained to be the only jet flight between Manila and Coron and vice versa. Flights have been operated using the airline’s workhorses – the four-engined BAE 146-200 jets that are specifically-designed to take-off or land on short runways.
The airline increased its service to daily flights on December 2, 2013. This more directly competed with PAL Express and Cebu Pacific daily flights on the same route. But the airline upstart had the distinct advantage of having the fastest flights lasting just 40 minutes in duration.
Additionally, SkyJet is offering a full-service product with complimentary in-flight snacks and beverages apart from its free baggage allowance. Promo flights start at just P1,500 one-way base fares inclusive of all taxes and fees.
Dr. Joel Mendoza, President of SkyJet, continues on his quest for discovering and developing new tourist destinations in the Philippines. He continues to rally tourism officials and industry stakeholders to market new destinations and spots. There is more to the the Philippines than just Boracay and Palawan.
Francisco B. Reyes Airport (in Filipino: Paliparang Francisco B. Reyes), formerly Busuanga Airport (IATA code: USU, ICAO code: RPVV), is a local airport serving the general area of Coron, located on Busuanga Island in the province of Palawan, the Philippines. It is also shared with the neighboring municipality of Busuanga, located on the western half of the island. Since November 10, 2008, the airport has been named after Francisco B. Reyes, the mayor of Coron from 1936 to 1939 who donated the land that forms the current airport complex.
The airport is classified as a Class 2 principal (minor domestic) airport by the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines, a body of the Department of Transportation and Communications that is responsible for the operations of not only this airport but also of all other airports in the Philippines except the major international airports.
(Airport Details Info from Wikipedia.Org)