We traveled to Zamboanga City last August for a project there. It was my first time in Zamboanga so I made sure to take lots of photos as we went around. Of course, I took a lot of photos of the airport upon arrival and as we departed the city after a quick 3-day stay. Here are photos taken when we arrived at the airport.
The airport terminal has a unique architectural design
View of the control tower from our taxiing aircraft
There was light rain when we arrived so the tarmac was wet
Airline staff provided an umbrella for each passenger as we walked from the aircraft to the terminal
A look back at our aircraft as our baggage was starting to be off-loaded
Greetings in the local dialect, which is a mix of Visayan and Spanish
The baggage claim area greets arriving passengers
View of the terminal exit from the arrival/baggage claim area – the space reminded me of GenSan airport, which has practically the same layout
Baggage claim area
Pier type tracks
Arriving passengers cross the driveway to meet up with relatives, friends or whoever’s picking them up. Some proceed to get a tricycle to the city.
A lookback at the airport terminal exit
Airport terminal driveway – view of the departure wing from the arrival wing
View of the arrival area from the parking area for CAAP employees
Egress road from the airport
There are no taxis in Zamboanga and tricycles provide the main mode of public transport for arriving or departing passengers.
Airport entrance and security check