ROKAF trainer planes to park at CRK

THE CLARK International Airport (CRK) will be used as a transit station by the Republic of Korea Air Force (ROKAF) on March 12 and 13 for its trainer planes prior to joining a regional air show in Malaysia.

Nine ROKAF T50 aircrafts and two C130 planes will be accommodated for two days at the CRKโ€™s apron for parking, refueling and maintenance, before the fleet will head on to Langkawi in Malaysia to prepare for the International Maritime and Aerospace Exhibition on March 21 to 25.

ROKAF is the aerial warfare service branch of South Korea, operating under the Republic of Korea Ministry of National Defense. The 11 trainer planes will be flying in to CRK from Seoul.

According to its website, the Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace Exhibition (LIMA) is the largest show of its kind within the Asia Pacific region with leading global exhibitors and suppliers from the aviation and maritime industry.