​​PAL launches 4 new flights to CRK

CLARK-BACOLOD-CLARK PAL SERVICE OPENS. A Philippine Airlines (PAL) Airbus A321 jet gets a water-salute welcome back at Clark International Airport today (December 15, 2017) upon completion of a new PAL route – Clark-Bacolod-Clark – one of four new domestic routes launched by the airline at Clark over the weekend, including Clark-Tagbilaran, Clark-Cagayan de Oro and Clark-Virac. PAL now operates 14 domestic routes from Clark, the largest airline hub operation at Clark International Airport. 

The Philippine Airlines on Friday inaugurated its four newest​ ​destinations out of Clark International Airport.

The four new destinations were Bacolod, Tagbilaran, Cagayan de Oro and Virac will start flying from CRK to provide passengers from central and northern Luzon direct access to a total of 13 domestic points as well as to Seoul, South Korea.

On December 15, PAL opens a four times weekly service to Bacolod and daily flights to Tagbilaran in Bohol.

PR859 (Clark-Bacolod) leaves Clark International Airport at 7:00 AM every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. PR860 (Bacolod-Clark) departs Bacolod at 8:45 AM.

PR2871 (Clark-Tagbilaran) leaves Clark at 3:00 PM everyday.The Tagbilaran-Clark is operated in the morning, departing Bohol 6:40 AM, landing at Clark 8:00 AM.

On December 16, a three times weekly service to Cagayan de Oro (PR833) begins, leaving Clark every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 6:00 AM. The return flight (PR834) departs8:20 AM from Laguindingan International Airport serving Cagayan de Oro.

PAL is using the 199-seater Airbus A321 on the flights to Bacolod and Cagayan de Oro, and the 156-seater A320 to Tagbilaran.

On December 18, PAL will mount three times weekly flights to Virac, capital of the island province of Catanduanes, leaving Clark Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 6:00 AM.

The Bombardier Q400 will be used on the Clark-Virac-Clark route.

On top of the four new routes, PAL flies to nine domestic destinations out of Clark: Basco, Busuanga, Calbayog, Catarman, Caticlan, Cebu, Davao, Masbate and Puerto Princesa.

Early next year, Naga will be added to the list. The airline is evaluating the possibility of operating more new routes from Clark in due course.

PAL’s build-up of operations at Clark, as well as in Cebu, Davao and recently Tagbilaran, aims to significantly enhance travel convenience and connectivity for Philippine domestic travelers, while also serving to decongest the Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila.

The PAL flights are expected to boost tourism and make it more attractive for foreign tourists to visit multiple destinations throughout the country.

PAL is adding new routes, expanding its fleet and innovating its products and services in its bid to become a certified four-star airline by next year.

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