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Do you plan to take a flight to Gigantes Island? You can opt to travel via one of four commercial entry points, all of which are serviced by planes on a daily basis. However, before making a flight reservation, travellers should carefully consider the followings:
- The main port of entry for the island of Gigantes is located in the town of Bancal. Approximately 143 kilometres separate this location and the Iloilo International Airport (in Iloilo City).
- The distance between the Port of Bancal and the Kalibo International Airport (which is located in Kalibo, Aklan) is also 143 kilometres.
- Guests have the option of flying into either the Godofredo P. Ramos Airport (also known as the Caticlan/Boracay Airport) in Caticlan, or the Roxas City Airport in Roxas City, which is located in the province of Capiz.
- Boracay International Airport is approximately 207 kilometres away from the Port of Bancal in Carles, Iloilo.
- There is a distance of approximately 77 kilometres between the Roxas City Airport and the Port of Bancal.
There is a small airport in Carles (home to the stunning Gigantes Island). But because Sicogon Airport is, at the moment (2022) not served by any commercial airlines that operate domestic flights on a daily basis, the fastest and most convenient alternative route to Gigantes Island is via Roxas City Airport.
Roxas City, Capiz
The province of Capiz is situated in the Western Visayas region in the Philippines. The City of Roxas serves as its capital. It is situated in Panay Island’s northeast, bordering Iloilo to the south, Antique to the west, and Aklan to the north.
The oyster shell, which is popular in Capiz, is used to make lampshades, trays, windows, and doors, in addition to other decorative items. The province is also referred to as the country’s “Seafood Capital” and is one of the top 15 tourist destinations in the country. The largest Catholic church bell in Asia may be found at the renowned Santa Monica Church in Panay, Capiz, which is constructed of coral stone. Seventy bags of gold and silver coins the town’s residents gave were used to make the bell. The Pan-ay bell, which is popular among visitors to Capiz, is seven feet in diameter, five feet tall, and weighs 10,400 kilograms, or a little over ten metric tons.
The capital of the Province of Capiz, Roxas City, or the City of Roxas, is a third-class component city.
It was renamed in honor of local Manuel Acua Roxas, the fourth president of the Philippines, on May 12, 1951, when the municipality of Capiz became a chartered city.
It serves as the island of Panay’s second-largest hub for logistics, trade, and economic activity after Iloilo City. The “Seafood Capital of the Philippines” is Roxas City due to the richness of marine life there.
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The Philippines’ Province of Capiz and the surrounding City of Roxas are served by Roxas Airport, a domestic airport. The Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines, a department of transportation agency that oversees the administration of the majority of minor and domestic airports serving different regions of the nation, now classifies the airport as a Class 1 primary airport.
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