AirAsia is re-introducing its direct flights from Kuala Lumpur – Clark in the Philippines to the market again with 4x weekly flights beginning 17th October 2014, and guests are able to book this new route with a base fare promo of P710 only for Clark to Kuala Lumpur beginning today.
AirAsia Clark – Kuala Lumpur Flights
The re-introduction of this route marks AirAsia’s fourth destination in the Philippines connected directly from AirAsia’s biggest hub, Kuala Lumpur; after Manila, Cebu and Kalibo (Boracay). Apart from Kuala Lumpur, guests are also able to connect from Kota Kinabalu direct to Manila with flights operated by Filipino Low Cost Carrier, AirAsia Zest.
Kuala Lumpur – Clark Flight Schedule
|Kuala Lumpur||Clark||AK982||4x weekly|
Mon, Wed, Fri, Sun
|Clark||Kuala Lumpur||AK983||4x weekly|
Mon, Wed, Fri, Sun
The all-in promotional fares start at P1,390, inclusive of taxes and fees are available online at www.airasia.com from today, and guests are able to travel from the date of commencement which is 17th October until July 31, 2015. Guests are also able to book seats for this new route via AirAsia’s mobile apps on iPhone, Android devices and the Blackberry 10, and also AirAsia’s mobile site at mobile.airasia.com.
This 4x weekly flights will be operated by Malaysia AirAsia with the flight code AK, every Mondays, Wednesday, Fridays and Sundays.
Clark was previously an American military base in the yesteryears, and has now been converted to the Clark Freeport Zone with many recreational parks, entertainment, historical landmarks and sites to explore, as well as family-themed parks and activities such as hot-air balloon rides, visiting the zoo, and horseback riding. Clark also offers a great shopping experience with its Freeport Zone status. Tourist destinations in northern Philippines such as Baguio City and La Union are also accessible via Clark.
AirAsia connects Malaysia to the Philippines with direct flights from Kuala Lumpur – Manila(operated by AirAsia Zest) and Kuala Lumpur – Cebu with 2x daily and 3x weekly flightsrespectively, while guests from Kota Kinabalu can connect to the capital city of Manila. The airline has recently increased direct flights between Kalibo (Boracay) and Kuala Lumpur from 4x to daily.
Guests can take advantage of AirAsia’s network domestically in the Philippines; and fly to Manila and connect onwards to nearby cities of Tacloban, Puerto Princessa – Palawan, Tagbilaran, Kalibo or Cebu as well.
Discover more of Philippines by downloading AirAsia’s ‘Awesome Philippines’ travel guide at http://www.airasia.com/travelguides. The travel guides are free and include essential travel information at each domestic destination such as accommodation, transport and the must-see’s and must-do’s of in the Philippines which provide travelers with a better insight into the places they are visiting.