Daniel Z. Romualdez Airport

San Jose St., Tacloban, Leyte

Daniel Z. Romualdez Airport
3.3
3.5 Stars

13 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 1
  • 4 stars 4
  • 3 stars 7
  • 2 stars 0
  • 1 star 1
  • 13 Reviews
  • 2 Recommend
  • 13 Reviewers
Category:
Airport
Business Hours
Open 24 Hours

Payment Options

Cash

Most Recent Reviews

Julie L.
3.0 Stars
2

150PHp terminal fee. If you are taking a tric it should be 50PHp per person if you are coming from downtown. We were asked to pay double the price but found out it should only be 50PHp when they personnel from the airport told us the supposed price.

Also, I've never been a fan of politicians who place their names on public property. Knowing that the money used to build it is from the taxes of it's citizens.

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Ayen P.
3.0 Stars

Same old, same old. Even after the tragic Yolanda storm. Didn't have the time to take a shot of the place because we were late when we arrived, our plane was already boarding 128517

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Ron F.
4.0 Stars

I think the airport is now on all systems go! I was able to visit when it was still being renovated after Yolanda. Now, I think it has fully recovered.

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Evita G.
3.0 Stars

Better now...
Glad they're able to accommodate Airbus already

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Tei A.
3.0 Stars

Considering the destruction It has gone through from Yolanda, they are slowly trying to get things back to "normal".

There are no fixed check-in counters, the airlines were just all lined up with their own tables. X-ray machines were both working. The waiting/boarding area is still being renovated. You could still smell the fresh paint and was a little dusty. Toilets were clean, with running water and toilet paper. No PA system yet, they just use individual microphones. Not loud enough especially if you're seated at the far-end or at the back.

They have a 100 terminal fee.

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Alisa B.
3.0 Stars

The airport was ravaged by the typhoon Yolanda last year. It's functioning now but it is barely there in the restoration phase. You'll see remnants of what the typhoon did to this city. The conveyor belt for luggages isn't working, bathrooms are made out of stalls, the airport looks like it was made out of random scraps of materials! But I can see how they are trying to make it work despite their circumstances. You can only fly to Tacloban in the morning, when there's light. They have no night time flights. I hope they get to fully restore this airport!

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Schenley B.
5.0 Stars

Considering everything that happened in Leyte, the management really did a great job in repairing (despite most of the repairs being temporary) and reopening the airport.

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Zach D.
4.0 Stars

I was here about 5 weeks ago. Obviously it is badly damaged and sort of a mess, but I give them credit for operating smoothly. They had a record of my ticket, the flights were on time, and there was even a place to plug in and charge my phone. Given the circumstances there really wasn't anything to complain about. Although I'd recommend trying to use the restroom on the plane.

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Choy R.
4.0 Stars

Ruined by Typhoon Yolanda, this airport is slowly rising and will be back with better facilities and will cater international flights.

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DarkstarM D.
3.0 Stars

My first shot in Tacloban. The airport was worst than the domestic terminal in Manila. There were no decent place to eat but the people welcomed us and were hospitable. I'd give it a B+ for the people but for the airport itself, C minus.

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Yeh R.
3.0 Stars

I thought it was OK.

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Abegail H.
4.0 Stars

thank god this improved!

well, at least they wont open your packed boxes just to check what's inside.

BUT I hope the place gets wider, more seats for an everyday crowd. kahit ihuli niyo na ang mas mabilis na internet, ok lang.

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Mhel G.
1.0 Stars

Crowded is aan understatement. Old, might be a complement. Nothing to like in this airport. They say that tacloban is a booming city so they better imrpove their airport like what Kalibo, Iloilo and Bacolod did.

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