Alphaland Graduates Charters, Applies Scheduled Flights

7 November 2016

Charter airline Alphaland Aviation, Inc., is spreading its wings beyond Balesin airport as it files petition before the Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) to be granted authority (CPCN) to operate domestic scheduled air transportation services to the entire country. It currently operates Royal Star Aviation license.

The airline flies a pair of ATR 72-500 planes, two British Aerospace (BaE) Jetstream 32’s, and DO328's out of Manila and Clark airports with the aims of having regular scheduled flights not only to E.L. Tordesillas airport but also to other resorts.

"During the upcoming holiday season, we expect to have at least five Manila to Balesin - Balesin to Manila flights per day, i.e., two in the morning, one in the afternoon, and two in the evening," Alphaland Chairman Roberto V. Ongpin said.

"This will total 340 passengers per day and, if the demand is greater, we can schedule additional flights from Clark." adds Ongpin.

Alphaland Aviation possesses a pair of morning departure slots and evening arrival slots at Ninoy Aquino International Airport.

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