Travel Advisory

PAL Advisory: PAL resumes flights to/from Clark

23 Apr 2019

Philippine Airlines is pleased to resume all flights to and from Clark International Airport starting tomorrow, April 25 2019 (Thursday), following the decision of the Clark International Airport Corporation (CIAC) to reopen Clark airport for full normal operations.

For April 25, the following PAL routes will be operated:

Clark- Antique- Clark

Clark Caticlan-Clark

Clark- Cebu- Clark

Clark- Catarman- Clark

Clark- Bacolod- Clark

Clark- Basco-Clark

Clark- Busuanga-Clark

Clark-Cagayan de Oro-Clark

Clark- Siargao-Clark

Clark- Puerto Princesa-Clark

Clark- Davao- Clark

Clark- San Vicente- Clark

Clark- Tagbilaran (Panglao, Bohol) - Clark

Clark- Calbayog- Clark

Clark- Kalibo- Clark

Clark- Seoul (Incheon)

PAL President Mr. Jaime J. Bautista said: "We welcome the re-opening of Clark airport and laud the efficient and expeditious efforts of the Department of Transportation (DOTr) and the CIAC to bring the airport back to full, safe and effective operations. PAL operates the largest hub network out of Clark, with multiple routes to domestic destinations as well as to Seoul Incheon in Korea, and the full restoration of services is a good development for the flying public and the country."

PAL flights to and from Clark today, April 24, remain cancelled. PAL is however operating a number of replacement flights between Manila and Busuanga (Coron), Manila and Basco (Batanes), and extra flights between Cebu and Busuanga, to cater to passengers affected by the Clark closure on key routes.

We apologize for the inconvenience experienced in the last few days following the tragic Central Luzon earthquake, and thank our passengers and their families for their kind understanding and cooperation.

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