Siargao Airport /sayak Airport, Del Carmen

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About Siargao Airport /sayak Airport, Del Carmen

Overview of Sayak Airport

Welcome to the page of Sayak Airport. This is a place of interest in the city of Del Carmen in Philippines. Missed by most of the visitors, Sayak Airport is unique in its own way.

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Siargao Airport /sayak Airport, Del Carmen Reviews

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  • Departing passengers are not allowed to enter the terminal prior check in time. And there's no waiting area for departing passengers. So better leave your hotel with considerable amount of time.

  • Relatively new but needs to expand. Since Siargao's tourism is booming every year. It can't hold many passengers and we have to wait outside of the building until passengers inside had taken off. Needs maintenance on the rest room. Only one concessionaire selling food inside.

  • Small airport, with some outside seating. Toilets falling apart. Missed two days of our holiday because the flight couldn't land unless it could see the runway as it doesn't have modern radar systems. Note: there is an ATM to your right as you exit the airport (although it wouldn't give me any cash when I made a long trip there!).

  • Small. No ATMs. Not a lot of food choices. But well maintained rest rooms. I highly recommend that you buy souvenirs and local delicasies out of the airport. I found buying the keychain at 150 pesos too expensive. Also if, it is your first time in the island and you are coming from General Luna. It only takes 30 to 45 minutes via van to the airport provided it is not the surfing season. The fee of the van ride is 300 pesos per head while "habal - habal" is 350 to 500 pesos per head.

  • Ugly and run down with poor facilities and aggressive but ineffective security.

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