AirAsia recommences Clark-Davao flights: Here’s What We Know So Far
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AirAsia is making it more accessible, convenient, and affordable to reach Davao from Clark. Recently, the company has announced it will soon reconnect flights from Clark International Airport in Pampanga to Davao, with four flights every week.
The flights between these two top destinations in the country will commence on April 22.
Schedule for Clark-Davao Flights
|Z2481||CRK||DVO||8:20||10:10||Monday, Wednesday, Fridayand Sunday|
|Z2480||DVO||CRK||6:05||7:55||Monday, Wednesday, Fridayand Sunday|
“We are thrilled to be painting Clark skies red again and connect Central and Northern Luzon to domestic cities and to the country’s best island destinations,” said Captain Gomer Monreal, Director for Flights Operations during the formal launching ceremonies on Feb. 21 in Midori Clark Pampanga.
It can be remembered that back in March 2012, the airline introduced commercial flights from Clark International Airport to other parts of the country before transferring its hub to Metro Manila.
Here is the exciting part of this news: AirAsia is launching promo fares to Davao from as low as P1,299, all-in. The said promo can be grabbed from today through Feb. 2 via its website: www.airasia.com. The travel period is from April 22 until Aug. 31, 2017.
Clark-Kalibo Flights in March
Flight Schedule for Clark (CRK) – Kalibo/Boracay (KLO)
|Z2 100||CRK||KLO||12:00||13:10||Monday, Tuesday and Friday|
|Z2 101||KLO||CRK||13:35||14:45||Monday, Tuesday and Friday|
Earlier this month, AirAsia also announced it is restarting Clark-Kalibo flights with three flights weekly.
The airline will recommence flights from Clark International Airport in Pampanga to Kalibo beginning March 27.
“AirAsia has constantly dedicated itself to make air travel more affordable, convenient, and accessible,” said Captain Dexter Comendador, Philippines AirAsia CEO.
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Dubbed world’s best low-cost airline, AirAsia is offering the most affordable flights to more than 100 destinations across Australasia and Asia.
The airline also flies from Manila to Davao. Flights from Boracay, Cebu, and Palawan to Davao, in the meantime, will begin on April 22.
In any case, this news is definitely a welcome treat for quite a few travelers who wish to explore different parts of the Philippines. Now, start packing your bags, get your affordable flight tickets, and go on a great journey to the country’s top destinations.
If you wish to know more Air Asia’s activities and latest promos, head on over to the company’s social media accounts: Instagram (@AirAsiaPh), Facebook (facebook.com/AirAsiaph), Twitter (@AirASiaPH), and Viber public chat (@AirASiaPh).