Philippine Airlines Starting New Flights From Clark

Starting Dec. 16, Philippine Airlines (PAL) will fly to five domestic destinations and Incheon, South Korea, via the Clark International Airport (CRK) at 32 flights weekly. Alexander Cauguiran, president and chief executive officer of Clark International Airport Corp., announced the operations of the national flag carrier in CRK during the Clark Development Projects Stakeholders Roadshow here of the Bases Conversion and Development Authority on Thursday. PAL will make daily flights to Caticlan and Cebu, four to Davao and Busuanga, and three to Cagayan de Oro. PAL will start its daily flights to Incheon in January. Cauguiran said PAL transferred these flights to CRK from the Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Pasay City in response to President Duterte’s call to decongest air traffic at ...

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