Clark Airport Experiences Expanding Domestic Network by PAL
Philippine Airlines (PAL) recently opened three new routes at the Clark International Airport (CRK). The airline seeks to expand its network of flights in Clark, Pampanga. The three new routes include Clark to San Vicente, Palawan, Clark to San Jose, Mindoro, and Clark to Cauayan, Isabela.
The Philippine Airlines’ brand new 86-seater Bombardier Next-Generation Q400 turboprop will operate the three new routes. The new aircraft is fitted with six Economy Plus premium seats, along with 80 Economy Class seats.
All routes will roll out their services to San Vicente and San Jose starting on October 28. Meanwhile, flights to Cauayan will begin on the 30th of October.
According to the Philippine Airlines, flights to San Vicente will commence with five weekly flights. The schedules will be on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The airline is set to boost its daily flights by the 18th of December this year. Flights will depart Clark at 7:00, for an estimated one hour and forty minutes.
Moreover, PAL will have four weekly flights for the Clark-San Jose route. The flights will be scheduled on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, departing from Clark International Airport at 11:00 a.m. The return flights will leave San Jose at 12:05 noon time.
Three weekly flights will be rolled out for the Clark-Cauayan starting on the 30th of October. The flights are set every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday.
The efforts of the Philippine Airlines are done to help hasten the economic growth in the country’s second biggest largest province.