Zamboanga is a city in the Zamboanga Peninsula. The Zamboanga city is classified as a first-class city in the Philippines. With the population of 861,799 people according to the census conducted in 2015, Zamboanga city is the 6th most populous city throughout the Philippines. Apart from that, this Zamboanga city is also the 3rd largest city in respect to its land area in the Philippines. The Zamboanga city is also becoming the Zamboanga Peninsula Region’s commercial and industrial center.
Zamboanga's highest and best times are those following months; July, May, and August. Hotel rates will be more costly than any other month, as will airline fares. However, if you booked a plane or hotel earlier, you can still get excellent deals. In December is the lower month with travelers. If you visit Zamboanga that month, you can get very cheap plane reservations and hotels.
Sanga-Sanga Airport - This airport is also known as the Tawi-Tawi Airport. This Sanga-Sanga Airport is the primary airport that serves Tawi-Tawi and its capital area known as Bongao. Bongao is the capital city of the Tawi-Tawi province. A body in the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines known as the Department of Transportation and Communications classify the Sanga-Sanga Airport as a class two principal airport. Sanga-Sanga Airport is not an international airport. However, the Tawi-Tawi province’s government classify this airport as an international airport. This Sanga-Sanga Airport is located on the island of Sanga. This airport has one runway with a 1,930 meter long. The runway was extended to its current length through a partnership between the Department of Transportation, the government and other parties. This Sanga-Sanga Airport handled 102,564 passengers in 2017.
Zamboanga International Airport - This airport is the main airport that serves the Zamboanga City in the Philippines. Zamboanga International Airport is the third busiest airport in the Southern Philippines or Mindanao after Francisco Bangoy International Airport in Davao City and Laguindingan Airport in Cagayan de Oro City. The Zamboanga International Airport has an area of 270 hectares. Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines officially classifies this Zamboanga International Airport as an international airport even though the Zamboanga International Airport only serving domestic services at the moment. The Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines also operates the Zamboanga International Airport. This Zamboanga International Airport is the hub for PAL Express. It is also a focus city for Cebu Pacific. Zamboanga International Airport has a runway with a 2,610 meter long. The runaway at the Zamboanga International Airport can support big aircraft such as the Airbus A350 or Boeing B747.
Zamboanga has a tropical wet and dry climatic classification according to the climate classification by Koppen. In Zamboanga, the temperature is temperate. Over the year, it is almost the same. During the hot season, the temperature can be as high as 36.9 °C.