Aklan to accept domestic flights starting July 1

enablePagination: false
maxItemsPerPage: 10
maxPaginationLinks: 10

Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, June 27) — Domestic flights will now be allowed in the province of Aklan starting July 1.

The executive order signed by provincial Governor Florencio Miraflores stated that the province will allow inbound domestic flights that are strictly carrying locally stranded individuals, and returning overseas Filipinos.

However, returning planes from Aklan can accept passengers regardless of classification, so long as they possess the corresponding medical certificate issued by the government health facility.

Individuals who wish to enter the province must show a medical certificate issued by any government physician, travel authority issued by the Philippine National Police, and a health declaration card, the EO read.

Airlines that are allowed to operate are: Philippine Airlines/PAL Express, Cebu Pacific Air, and Air Asia. Only two flights per week will be accommodated per airline.