A Complete List of Airlines flying to and from Clark Airport
Under the management of Luzon International Premiere Airport Development Corporation (LIPAD), the Airlines that fly in and out from Clark Airport has been continuously increasing to accommodate the influx of tourists and the increasing trend of Filipino locals’ wanting to experience different cultures from various parts of the world. Along with the management’s push and plans to improve the facilities and capabilities of Clark Airport, the airlines from different regions have also expanded their operations in Clark. Here’s a full list of the airlines operating in Clark Hub and their respective destinations:
Cebu Pacific. One of the Philippines’ major airline companies, it flies to almost ten local destinations and five international destinations. If you’re looking to fly cheap but comfortable, this is the perfect airline for you. This airline is also one of the locals’ favorite as it offers popular destinations such as Clark to Singapore direct flights in its international variety. Here’s a full list of its direct flights through Clark Airport:
International Destinations: Narita – Tokyo, Hongkong, Guangzhou, Singapore
Local Destinations: Bacolod, Caticlan, Cebu, Davao, Iloilo, Puerto Princesa
Philippine Airlines. The Philippines’ flag carrier airline – this is perfect for travelers who want a premier experience when flying. It is the only airline to offer direct flight to Basco, Batanes from Clark Airport but has a wide variety of flights offered under its operations. Here’s a complete list:
International Destinations: Seoul – Incheon
Local Destinations: Cebu, Bacolod, Basco, Busuanga, Calbayog, Catarman, San Vicente, Siargao, San Jose (Antique)
AirAsia. Another emerging airline in the Philippines but already established with Asian routes, this airline has become more active in Clark Airport in recent years. See a full list of its destination offerings:
International Destinations: Cagayan de Oro, Caticlan, Cebu, Davao, Puerto Princesa, Tacloban
Local Destinations: Taipei – Taoyuan, Kaohsiung, Seoul – Incheon
South-Korea Bound Airlines. With the increasing number of South Koreans wanting to visit the Philippines to experience the tropical weather and even learning English, these airlines have expanded their operations to Clark Airport. The most common route is from Clark to Incheon. If you’re planning to experience the Korean culture for your vacation, check out these airlines and specific routes via Clark Airport.
Jin Air. Provides direct flights from Clark to Seoul – Incheon, and Clark to Busan, South Korea.
T’Way Airlines. Provides direct flights from Clark to Seoul – Incheon.
Korean Air. It also operates direct flights from Clark to Seoul – Incheon.
Jeju Air. Provides direct flights from Clark to Seoul – Incheon.
Pan-Pacific Airlines. A Philippine-based airline that concentrates on Clark to Seoul-Incheon flights.
Chinese Based Airlines. Chinese tourists have enjoyed the stronger relationship between China and the Philippines under the current administration, hence there are more airlines investing on direct flights via Clark Airport. See the list below:
Middle East-Based Airlines. Many Filipinos working as Overseas Filipino Workers in the Middle East are regulars on these airlines as well as tourists who like to enjoy the Arab culture. The airlines who are operating in Clark Airport are some of the world’s premier airlines – offering ultimate comfort and world-class service. Try it now: