Caticlan (Boracay) Airport

The Godofredo P. Ramos Airport, more commonly known as either the Caticlan or Boracay Airport, is located just 3.8 km away from the city centre of Malay in the Aklan province of the Philippines. Most people travel here to enjoy the stunning beaches and isolated atmosphere of Boracay, which is an island right next to the airport.

To find the cheapest flights to Godofredo P. Ramos Airport, travellers should use Skyscanner's flight search. This tool will allow them to select their intended dates and find the best airfare to Malay.

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Best Time to Book a Flight to Malay

For those who want to know when to book a flight to Malay, it's important to consider the weather. In the Philippines, the rainy season starts in June and lasts until October, with typhoons being a real possibility from August to October. Therefore, the best time to book to Godofredo P. Ramos Airport is from November to May, when the tropical climate gives guests ideal beach weather.

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Airlines that Fly to Godofredo P. Ramos Airport

Unfortunately, there are no airlines that fly directly from Canada. However, airlines that may offer connecting flights include Air Juan, AirSWIFT, Cebu Pacific, and Philippine Airlines. For the full list of airlines that fly to Godofredo P. Ramos Airport, consult Skyscanner's Malay Airlines page.

Airport Facilities

Godofredo P. Ramos Airport was just remodelled in 2016 to create a larger runway to accommodate bigger aircraft. A new terminal is also being constructed that will eventually host both international and domestic flights. Currently, the airport only handles domestic flights. Otherwise, the airport is a very small building with no real amenities other than bathrooms. Passengers will be able to pick up their bags from the luggage area and then will generally move on to the Catican Jetty Port for their ferry.

What to See and Do in Malay

While the airport is in Malay, most people head into the area to get to Boracay. This is a large resort area where many people can enjoy white sand beaches and a serene environment. Many engage in scuba diving, snorkelling, windsurfing, cliff diving, parasailing, and kiteboarding to pass the time.

When driving here, visitors should be sure to book their hotels early in order to get the best prices during their stay.

Airports near Caticlan (Boracay):


Driving hide 

By car, Godofredo P. Ramos Airport is just 13 minutes from the centre of Malay. Those heading to the island of Boracay will have to take a ferry across the water, which makes the total trip about a 45-minute journey. This ferry leaves from the Catican Jetty Port and is right across the street from the airport. Visitors can also book a shuttle or transfer service in advance, which is the recommended way to get to the island as this will cover all of the environmental tax. However, rental cars are also available.

 Who flies to Caticlan (Boracay)

 Airport Contact Details

Caticlan (Boracay) Airport

Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines

 Location Details

Longitude:121° 57' 7'' E
Latitude:11° 55' 32'' N

 Airport Location

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