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Cambodia envoy lauds growth in Clark airport

Citing the seamless travel and less pollution in Pampanga province, Cambodia Ambassador Tuot Panha said the viability of Clark International Airport will make it one of the progressive international gateways in the Philippines. The Cambodian ambassador noted that she would like to see flights between Clark and Phnom Penh International Airport or Clark and Siem […]

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Boni Ave. reopened to ease airport traffic

CLARK FREEPORT — Officials of the Clark International Airport Corporation (CIAC) and the Philippine Air Force (PAF) led Monday the opening of the A. Bonifacio Avenue, which was closed as part of the airport security measures several years ago. The opening of the vital road will benefit the passengers and tourists using the Clark International […]

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Emirates Airlines set to launch daily flights to Clark in October

Emirates Airlines said Monday it will launch daily, non-stop flights between Dubai and Clark International Airport on Oct. 1 this year to take advantage of the large population of Central Luzon. Emirates has been operating flights to Manila, the capital of the Philippines, since 1990 and continued to increase its flight frequency in the route […]

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Low-cost carriers grow domestic travel by 96%

Low-cost carriers as see above are airlines that offer generally low fares in exchange for eliminating  traditional passenger services. CLARK FREEPORT — Low-cost carriers (LCCs) in  the Philippines contributed to approximately 96- percent of total domestic air travel growth from  2006 to 2011.

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Clark wants to be Philippines’ first ‘aerotropolis’

Clark International Airport Corp (CIAC) is pushing for the transformation of the former US airbase into an “aerotropolis.” In a briefing on Wednesday, Benjamin Solis, adviser to CIAC, said the agency is pushing for a new land use plan for the Clark Special Economic Zone. An “aerotropolis” refers to a development tack wherein the airport serves as the center around which cities […]

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