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The airport from el nido
Philippines

El nido airport is located about 4 km north of El nido  this airport serves several flights a day . Flights are from puerto princesa or manila.  The airport can accommodate only small aircraft, so the pricesare  higher than when you fly from Puereto Princesa. There are rumors trhat they will update the airport. At this moment it is not more then a airstrip and a small arrival and departure building

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Hochgeladen: 07/04/2013
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