Philippine aviation company Air Juan has announced new direct daily seaplane service from Manila to the country’s top tourist destinations such as Boracay, Coron, Puerto Galera and Subic.
Taking off from its dock at the Manila Harbour, the airline operates a fleet of new nine-seater Cessna Caravan amphibian passenger aircraft that can land and take-off from airports and from the water.
Air Juan’s seaplane service lands directly at most resorts in Coron, Palawan, with point to point service to popular destinationssuch as Two Seasons Coron, Busuanga Bay Lodge, Huma Island and El Rio y Mar; and at Diniwid Beach Resort in Boracay.
Puerto Galera, known as one of the world’s best bays, is now a mere 30 minutes away on a seaplane; and Subic, a business and meeting destination north of Manila is also a short 20-minute flight from Manila on Air Juan seaplanes. Fares on the Subic route start at PHP 4,500 per person per way; while flights direct to Boracay start at PHP 12,000 per person per way. Booking can be made online through www.airjuan.com.
In addition to the direct daily service, Air Juan offers private charter flights on its seaplanes, propeller planes and helicopters to most island destinations in the country.
Air Juan was founded in 2012.
Photos: Air Juan.