Clark International Airport connects to more destinations

Interior of Clark International Airport

Things are looking up for travelers from North and Central Luzon, as well as from Metro Manila. They have more options for seamless and hassle-free travel experiences.

By the end of March 2023, Clark International Airport (CRK) will cater to nine domestic and 11 international destinations, with 51 domestic flights and 93 international flights weekly.

The latest additions are the 13 recently launched Cebu Pacific (CEB) flights from CRK to Bacolod, Caticlan (Boracay), Cagayan de Oro, Cebu, Davao, General Santos, Iloilo, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Singapore, Macau, and Narita.

Philippine Airlines (PAL) has also recently reopened its flights from CRK to Caticlan (Boracay) and Busuanga (Coron).

EVA Air will also launch its daily nonstop flights to Taipei. The airline will also connect Clark to Europe, North America, the US, and Canada through Taipei.

Clark International Airport facade

“CRK presents travelers with connectivity that is convenient from a world-class terminal. Here, guests will enjoy the luxury of space, safe systems and A-1 amenities. The airport is located only 80 km. northwest of Manila and it takes only an hour and a half drive to and from Manila. For commuting passengers, point to point (P2P) services are available,” said Noel Manankil, president and CEO of LIPAD, the private consortium that manages CRK.

P2P options are available to and from NAIA, Trinoma, Dau, and Baguio City, which is operated by Genesis Transport Services. Victory Liner also operates P2P services to and from Dagupan and Olongapo.

Current domestic flights out of CRK are bound for Cebu via Cebu Pacific and Philippine Airlines; Caticlan (Boracay) via AirAsia, and El Nido via AirSwift.

CRK’s current international destinations are Singapore via Jetstar and Scoot; Incheon via Philippine Airlines, Jin Air, and Jeju Air; Busan via Philippine Airlines, Jin Air, and Air Busan; Muan via Royal Air; Dubai via Emirates; and Doha via Qatar Airways.

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