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Wednesday, March 23, 2005

More international commercial flights at Clark

More international commercial flights will soon be mounted at the Diosdado Macapagal International Airport (DMIA) at Clark zone. Clark Development Corp. (CDC) executive vice-president Victor Jose Luciano said that the latest airline firms which have decided to fly in Clark were Air Asia (of Malaysia), Tiger Asia (of Singapore), Air Thai (of Thailand). Already having regular flights at Clark are Asiana, Asian Spirit and SeaAir.

In addition, United Parcel Service (UPS) has established at Clark its intra-Asia hub. FeDex also has reserved a big parcel of land at the DMIA aviation complex in preparation for the transfer of its hub from Subic International Airport. Negotiations for the entry of these commercial flights to Clark have been initiated by former CDC president and CEO Emmanuel Y. Angeles and Luciano. They too were instrumental in the acquisition of a top-of-the-line radar system costing $11 million which installation is now being prepared.

Newly installed CDC president Antonio Ng has announced that one of his main thrusts is the further development of DMIA into the country’s premier international airport. In fact, he said that DMIA would soon be used as the main entry and exit points of the thousands of overseas Filipino works who hail in Central and Northern Luzon

2 Comments:

  • HELLO,

    I LIVE IN SASEBO, JAPAN. HOW CAN I FLY INTERNATIONAL TO SUBIC BAY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT ???
    DO I HAVE TO LAND IN MANILLA FIRST ??? I WANT TO VISIT AGAIN I CAME IN US NAVY SHIP, THANK YOU.

    By Anonymous Jtb, at 6/12/2005 12:25 PM  

  • Hi JTB,

    As of the moment, we don't know of any direct flight from Japan to Subic Bay.

    The Subic Bay International Airport has a regular direct international scheduled and chartered flights. Far Eastern Air Transport Corp. provides international scheduled flights to Taipei and Kaoshiung Taiwan on Sundays and Fridays while Uni-Air flies to Taipei, Taiwan on Mondays and Fridays.

    Air Asia operates once a week to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia while the Cebu Pacific flies twice a week
    to Manila and Guangzhou, China. Subic International Air Charters Inc. operates chartered flights
    to different parts of the Philippines and Southeast Asia region depending on the schedule set by the passenger.

    If you will pass by Hong Kong, you may opt to travel via CR Airways
    here's d link . . http://www.crairways.com/eng/c3s3.html

    If you'll pass by Korea, Asiana Airlines will bring you to Diosdado Macapagal International
    Airport (Formerly Clark Air Field) where traveling by land to Subic is faster. Although with the newly upgraded North Luzon Expressway, traveling from Manila becomes more pleasurable.

    Below are some artivles in our blog that may give additional info:

    More international commercial flights at Clark
    http://subicbaynews.blogspot.com/2005/03/more-international-commercial-flights.html

    Malaysian airline is set to start twice-a-day flights...
    http://articlesphotos.blogspot.com/2005/03/malaysian-airline-is-set-to-start.html

    More flights in Subic Int’l Airport seen
    http://subicbaynews.blogspot.com/2005/05/more-flights-in-subic-intl-airport.html

    SUBIC BAY FLIGHTS
    http://subicbaynews.blogspot.com/2005/05/subic-bay-flights.html


    Thank you for visiting our website,

    edPiano

    By Blogger Winsome, at 6/12/2005 4:17 PM  

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