A secondary airport called Mindoro Airport is located at Brgy. Mindoro.
It has one asphalted runway, 900 meters long and 30 meters wide.
At present, only chartered and private planes use it. The airport
is a sleeping asset of the municipality for it does not, in any
way, generate revenue. Plans have been made for the expansion and
commercialization of said airport to attract tourist and to enlighten
the boredom of coming to Vigan from Manila and some other parts
of the Philippines.
Vigan City has sufficient transport system. There are four Bus Companies
operating within the its vicinity such as: Philippine Rabbit Bus
Line, Dominion Bus Corp., Partas Trans. Co. and Aniceto Transportation.
They operate direct bus services from Vigan City to Manila, Baguio,
Laoag and other parts of Luzon.
Mode of Transport
Mode of transport within the city is purely land base. Vehicles
for public use include jeepneys, tricycles and calesas. Buses, Mini-buses
and jeepneys provide transportation to places outside Metro Vigan.
The Metro Vigan transport system is serviced by tricycles, which
were color-coded for purposes of identifying the municipality to
which they belong. The tricycle number is permanently attached on
top of the side car specified by different colors; green for Vigan,
red for Bantay, yellow for Caoayan, orange for San Vicente and blue
for Sta. Catalina.
A horse drawn vehicle, locally called "calesa" is also
servicing the locality. It is an ideal transportation for sightseers