SEAIR Off to Hong Kong, Macau

Flight Starts February 14

February 4, 2011

South East Asian Airlines (SEAir) will be flying to Hong Kong and Macau from its hub in Manila Clark starting February 14 as it expands its international flight operations to the Chinese mainland.

SEAir will operate additional Clark-to-Hong Kong flights twice a day while flights to Macau will be thrice a week said its President Avelino Zapanta.

"We are in the planning stage to add more flights from Clark to Vietnam, Korea and Thailand. Says Zapanta who intends to fly to Taipei, Taiwan soon.

"We have two airbuses so its more than enough for now" Zapanta added.

Clark International Airport Corp. (CIAC) president and CEO Victor Jose I. Luciano said that SEAir would add 17 more flights a week that would average a total of 85 international weekly flights, excluding the operations of Federal Express and United Parcel Service (UPS) at the DMIA.

Luciano said other carriers operating from the DMIA include Air Asia of Malaysia with flights to Kota Kinabalu and Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia; Asiana Airlines and budget carrier Jin Air of South Korea, all with flights to Incheon; and domestic carrier Cebu Pacific Air that flies to Hong Kong, Singapore, Macau and Bangkok; and Spirit of Manila Airlines that flies to Taipei.

SEAir's international flights can be booked through Tiger Airways’ website.

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