Mactan-Cebu International Airport is the second most important passenger traffic in the Philippines after Manila. More than 12 million people pass through its terminals annually.
The airport is located on the island of Mactan, in the city of Lapu Lapu, which is connected to Cebu by two bridges. It is the main transshipment base for those traveling to the resorts of Cebu (Moalboal, Oslob) and the islands of Bantayan, Malapascua, Bohol and Panglao. However, with the opening in November 2018 of the Panglao airport, there were much fewer people wishing to go to the island through Cebu.
Official name: English. Mactan – Cebu International Airport, philip. Paliparang Pandaigdig ng Mactan – Cebu.
IATA Code: CEB.
ICAO Code: RPVM.
Address: Lapu-Lapu Airport Rd, Lapu-Lapu City, 6016 Cebu.
Phone: +632 494-7000.
Mactan Cebu Airport has two terminals. Terminal 1 was built in 1990 and consists of two buildings connected by a passage - the arrival zone and the departure zone. Between these buildings is a taxi and bus stop. Terminal 1 accept all domestic flights.
Terminal 2 opened July 1, 2018 and accepts all international flights.
There is a free shuttle between the terminals, but they will be put into it only if there is a ticket for the flight from another terminal. buses run every 15 minutes, 24 hours a day.
Each terminal has everything necessary for new arrivals: ATMs, currency exchange (the rate is not very good), points of sale of local SIM cards, restaurants and cafes, free Wi-Fi (although it is not always caught).