Sweeter The Second Time?

PAL Express Returns To Clark Again

16 December 2016

Philippine Airlines subsidiary PAL Express is starting operations in Clark International Airport for the second time around Friday beginning with daily flights to Caticlan.

PAL President Jaime Bautista hopes the Clark hub will work for them as they introduce more flights to the airport beginning January 30 next year.

“Hopefully our operations in Clark become successful” he said.

The flag carrier intends to add more flights to Clark by January 2017, including daily flights from Clark-Cebu and Clark-Davao; four-times-a-week flights from Clark to Busuanga, Palawan, plus three times per week flights to Cagayan de Oro. In addition, PAL will launch daily international flights to Incheon, South Korea beginning February 1.

The airline plans to have a total of 21 flights per week at Clark Airport by March of 2017 using Q400s and A320 planes.

In May 2012, PAL Express operated flights from Clark to Kalibo, Cebu,and Davao as well as international flights to Hong Kong and Singapore. All flights were terminated after one season leaving Cebu Pacific behind which has been operating successfully at said airport and has since grown the route left both by PAL Express and Air Asia Philippines.

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