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HERE’S WHY YOU SHOULD BOOK A FLIGHT NOW VIA AIRASIA TO VISIT CAGAYAN DE ORO

Why Book A Flight Via AirAsia Now?

  • Promo fares from as low as P490, all-in seat sale are now available!
  • Booking Period: August 8, 2018 until August 12, 2018
  • Travel Period: October 28, 2018 to March 30, 2019

Book here NOW!

SMPost_AirAsia now flies to Cagayan De Oro

Starting October 28, 2018, AirAsia, the world’s best low cost carrier, is expanding its domestic network in Mindanao with the addition of new flights from Cagayan De Oro City to Manila, Cebu, Iloilo and Clark.

AirAsia Philippines CEO Captain Dexter Comendador said, “AirAsia is committed to connect communities in the Philippines. Our newest routes connecting Northern Mindanao to Cebu and Iloilo in Visayas and to Manila and Clark in Luzon will provide the much-needed domestic connections as there are definitely great tourism and business potentials here. Let’s paint Cagayan de Oro City skies red and make air travel more affordable, convenient and reliable.”

To celebrate the launch of AirAsia’s newest Cagayan de Oro City routes, promo fares from as low as P490, all-in seat sale are now available for booking at http://www.airasia.com from August 8, 2018 until August 12, 2018 for travel period between October 28, 2018 to March 30, 2019.

AirAsia’s Cagayan de Oro – Manila route will operate twice daily, Cagayan de Oro – Cebu route with flights daily while Cagayan de Oro – Iloilo three times weekly and Cagayan de Oro – Clark at four times weekly.

Air Asia Schedule of Flight to CDO
AirAsia’s Cagayan de Oro – Manila route will operate twice daily, Cagayan de Oro – Cebu route with flights daily while Cagayan de Oro – Iloilo three times weekly and Cagayan de Oro – Clark at four times weekly.

AirAsia offers several domestic and international flights from the airline’s hub in Manila, Cebu and Clark. Book your flights here NOW!

Stay updated with AirAsia’s latest promotions and activities via Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

 

Why Visit Cagayan De Oro?

Cagayan De Oro is what the Department of Tourism Region 10 refers to as the regional center of Northern Mindanao.  Located along the central coast of Mindanao, Cagayan De Oro is one of the largest regional economies of the second-largest island in the Philippine archipelago. With a total land area of 488.86 square kilometers, Cagayan De Oro City serves as the hub of business, trade, information technology and adventure tourism of the region.

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Source: Bisayadako

Cagayan De Oro is referred to as the Whitewater Rafting Capital of the Philippines.

 

Top Three Places To Visit In Cagayan De Oro

Malasag Eco-Tourism Village

See amazing replicas of the houses of the tribes of Bukidnon while enjoying a spectacular view of the Macajalar Bay.

Malasag Eco-Tourism Village
Photo by: Jay Valmonte of #EatsGoodtobeinCDO
Eats Good to be in Cagayan de Oro

Mapawa Nature Park

Go nature tripping and bird watching in the 2,500-hectare Mapawa Nature Park where a unique forest flora and fauna abound. It used to be a ranch owned by the former Philippine Vice President Emmanuel Pelaez. For adventure seekers, exciting activities await such as taking a river trek complete with a  natural water slide and conquering a 70-foot water rappel. Ziplines and horseback riding are also available.

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Photo by: Jay Valmonte of #EatsGoodtobeinCDO
Eats Good to be in Cagayan de Oro

 

St. Augustine Metropolitan Cathedral

Visit the St. Augustine Metropolitan Cathedral which houses the 400-year-old image of the Birhen Sa Kota and the beautiful 19th-century stained glass windows donated by the Sacred Heart Sisters of New York during its reconstruction in 1942.

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Photo by: Jay Valmonte of #EatsGoodtobeinCDO
Eats Good to be in Cagayan de Oro

 

The Laguindingan Airport, located 46 kilometers from Cagayan De Oro and 57 kilometers from Iligan, serves as a gateway of Region 10. It serves the cities of Cagayan De Oro and Iligan, as well as the provinces of Lanao Del Norte, Misamis Oriental and Bukidnon.

 

Notable Places To Visit In Region 10

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Abaga Falls, El Salvador, Misamis Oriental. Photo by: Jay Valmonte of Eats Good to be in Cagayan de Oro
divine mercy shrine el salvador misamis oriental
Divine Mercy Shrine, El Salvador, Misamis Oriental. Photo by: Jay Valmonte of Eats Good to be in Cagayan de Oro
mantigue island camiguin
Mantigue Island, Camiguin. Photo by: Jay Valmonte of Eats Good to be in Cagayan de Oro
tuasan falls camiguin
Tuasan Falls, Camiguin. Photo by: Jay Valmonte of Eats Good to be in Cagayan de Oro

 

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Monastery of Transfiguration, Malaybalay, Bukidnon. Photo by: Jay Valmonte of Eats Good to be in Cagayan de Oro

So what are you waiting for? There is so much to see, love and experience in Region 10. Book your flights here NOW!

Special shout out to my friend and fellow blogger Jay Valmonte for contributing to this blog entry. Signing out for now. Peace!

 

About AirAsia Philippines:
AirAsia Philippines is a wholly owned subsidiary of AirAsia Inc. which is a joint venture company among Filipino investors Antonio O. Cojuangco, former Ambassador Alfredo M. Yao, Michael L. Romero, Marianne B. Hontiveros, and Malaysia’s AirAsia Berhad.
AAP operates a fleet of 21 aircraft with domestic and international flights out of hubs in Manila, Cebu, and Clark. The airline operates several flights to/from Manila, Davao, Cebu, Kalibo, Caticlan (Boracay), Tacloban, Tagbilaran (Bohol), Puerto Princesa (Palawan), Clark, Cagayan de Oro* and Iloilo in the Philippines with international flights to/from Shanghai, Shenzhen, Hangzhou, Taipei, Incheon (Seoul), Hong Kong, Macau, Kuala Lumpur, Kota Kinabalu, Guangzhou, Ho Chi Minh, Singapore, Bangkok, Jakarta and Bali.
AAP is part of the AirAsia Group that has been awarded the World’s Best Low Cost Carrier for ten consecutive years running by Skytrax since 2009 to 2018.
*starts October 28, 2018
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