AirAsia is now flying from Clark to Seoul, South Korea. The airline voted the World’s Best Low Cost Carrier held its inaugural flight last January 19 from Clark International Airport to Incheon International Airport in Seoul with 100% pax load.
AirAsia Philippines Director for Flight Operations Gomer B. Monreal said at the send-off ceremony held at the airport, “We are staying true to our commitment to provide the much needed international connectivity and convenience for travelers in Metro Manila, Central, and Northern Luzon.”
Aside from Clark, AirAsia also offers several flights daily to Korea from Manila, Cebu, and Kalibo while domestic flights from Clark include Cebu, Davao, Puerto Princesa, Tacloban, Iloilo, Cagayan de Oro.
“The future of aviation, travel, and tourism is taking shape in Clark. Now more than ever, Clark is truly saving us from air traffic congestion, and enabling airlines and travelers to enjoy the convenience of traveling. Today’s inaugural flight is a fantastic opportunity for Filipino travelers to explore and experience winter in Korea,” Monreal added.
AirAsia in the Philippines started with only two aircrafts in 2012 when the airline began its commercial operation in Clark, Pampanga, and currently operates a fleet of 21 Airbus A320s from hubs in Manila, Cebu, Kalibo, and Clark.
AirAsia departs Clark(CRK) at 5:50pm and arrives Incheon (ICN) at 10:35pm every Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. While the ICN-CRK flight departs Incheon on the same day at 11:25pm and arrives the following day at 2:35am.