Kalibo International Airport (KLO) is the second airport serving visitors heading to Boracay. Both airports in the region are located on Panay Island, and although Boracay Airport is closer, Kalibo is the larger transportation hub. It’s around 68 km south of Caticlan Port – the main embarking point to Boracay – and Kalibo Airport is connected to many Asian cities, with routes to Taipei, Seoul, Hong Kong, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, and more.
If you plan to spend your holiday in Boracay Island and don’t pass by Manila, there's a good chance that you'll land at Kalibo Airport on your international flight from Europe or the States.
From Kalibo, it takes about 2 hours to get to Boracay Island, depending on the boat traffic at Caticlan Port for the last segment of the transfer. Several transfer options are available at Kalibo Airport. A standard transfer by air-conditioned mini-bus coasts you around 650 pesos. The budget option onboard a motor tricycle costs around 350 pesos, while the same trip in a private limo-taxi costs 1,100 pesos or more.
As for the services on offer at Kalibo International Airport, you’ll find a couple of stores selling snacks and drinks on the ground floor, as well as a massage salon. The second floor of the airport’s terminal hosts a duty-free shop that stocks a vast assortment of cigarettes and alcohol. If you’d like to have a heartier meal, there are several restaurants that can be found across the airport parking lot.
Kalibo International Airport
- Location: Kalibo International Airport Access Road, Kalibo City, 5600 Aklan, Philippines
- Tel: +63 36 272 1161