PAL boosts Clark operations

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The FINANCIAL — Philippine Airlines (PAL) is further boosting its operations at Clark International Airport, Pampanga – validating the flag carrier’s commitment to develop the Clark hub – with three new domestic routes out of Clark starting June 22.

At present, PAL flies from Clark to five domestic (Busuanga, Caticlan, Cebu, Davao and Puerto Princesa) and one international (Incheon) destination.

Starting June 22, PAL will fly thrice weekly from Clark to Bacolod and daily to Tagbilaran. The following day, June 23, Clark will be linked to Cagayan de Oro four times a week, according to Clark International Airport.

Clark-Bacolod flights depart Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 AM, arriving at the City of Smiles at 8:15 AM; return flight leaves at 8:55 AM, touch down at Clark at 10:10 AM.

Clark-Tagbilaran flights depart daily at 3 PM, arriving at Bohol4:20 PM; return flight departs at 6:40 AM, arriving at Clark 8 AM.

Clark-Cagayan de Oro flights depart Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays at 6:30 AM, arriving CDO at 8:10 AM; return flight departs 8:50 AM, arriving Clark at 10:30 AM.

PAL is offering a promo round trip fare of P1,372 for Clark-Bacolod and Clark-Tagbilaran, and P1,820 for Clark-Cagayan de Oro. Booking period is until August 15, 2017, while travel period is from June 22 – December 15, 2017.

 

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