Philippine Airlines, the country’s flag carrier, links Manila to 26 cities and in 19 countries worldwide. It also provides regular service to and from 43 local destinations. Major international carriers and cruise liners likewise serve Manila. Local Airlines are SeaAir, ZestAir, AirPhilippine, and CebuPacific. Pagadian Airport symbol is (IATA: PAG, ICAO: RPMP)
Manila’s strategic location makes it a vital point on major international routes. There are 28 international airlines presently servicing Manila. Daily flights from United States West Coast and the Midwest are serviced by four airlines. United Airlines, Northwest Airlines, Continental Airlines and Philippine Airlines.
A number of airlines also fly from Europe to Manila such as Air France, Swissair, Lufthansa and from Asia-Pacific, the following airlines service Manila: Korean Air, Cathay Pacific, Thai Airways, Singapore Airlines, etc.
The Philippine Airlines flies direct to Cebu (Mactan International Airport) from Tokyo, Hongkong and a number of other countries..
Tacurong City can be easily reached via air and land travel, from Davao City or General Santos City and Cotabato City Airports, and from there you may ride a jeepney or bus going to Tacurong City.