PAL, Philippines AirAsia flights launched at Clark airport

Pampanga Governor Lilia Pineda (3rd from left) leads the cake-cutting ceremony during the launch of the Philippine Airlines (PAL) flight service between the Clark International Airport (CRK) and Bacolod on Friday, December 15. Cheering on are: (L-R) PAL Clark OIC-Station Manager Marlon Calasin; PAL Vice President for Corporate Communications Jose Perez de Tagle; Pampanga Boards Members Olga Frances "Fritzie" David-Dizon of the Second District and Cherry Manalo of the First District; Clark International Airport Corporation (CIAC) Acting President and CEO Alexander Cauguiran; and, PAL Branch Manager Raphael Loui Romualdo. Governor Pineda and members of the Provincial Board flew to Bacolod City aboard the inaugural flight to sign a sister province agreement with officials of the province of Negros Occidental. PAL flies four times weekly to Bacolod from CRK. (Photo courtesy of CIAC-Corporate Communications Office)
Clark International Airport Corporation (CIAC) Acting President and CEO Alexander Cauguiran (center) with Mabalacat City Mayor Crisostomo Garbo (2nd from left) and Capt. Darren Acorda, Chief Pilot for Training and Standards of Philippines AirAsia (2nd from right) are joined by flight attendants to formally launch Philippines AirAsia’s daily flight service between the Clark International Airport (CRK) and Caticlan on Friday, December 15. (Photo courtesy of CIAC-Corporate Communications Office)
Clark International Airport Corporation (CIAC) Acting President and CEO Alexander Cauguiran (right) and Philippine Airlines (PAL) Vice President for Corporate Communications Jose Perez de Tagle (left) lead the ribbon-cutting ceremony officially launching on December 15 PAL’s daily service between the Clark International Airport (CRK) and Tagbilaran. (Photo courtesy of CIAC-Corporate Communications Office)

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