AirAsia Recommences Clark-Kalibo Route with 3X Flights Every Week
AirAsia is undeniably making it easier than ever for anyone to visit Boracay.
AirAsia has announced it will soon recommence flights from Clark International Airport in Pampanga to Kalibo (Boracay). Effective March 27, flights between the two destinations will be three times every week.
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|
Captain Dexter Comendador, CEO of Philippines AirAsia, said that the company has continuously dedicated itself to making air travel “more affordable, convenient, and accessible” and it is reaffirming this commitment with the newest Clark-Kalibo route.
He went on to say that the company is excited in providing the said flights “at affordable fares for travelers from Central and Northern Luzon.”
Here’s what makes this news even sweeter: To celebrate the addition of the newest route, the airline is offering promo fares to Kalibo (Boracay). These fares can be grabbed as low as P699, all in. The promo runs until Feb. 5 via airasia.com. The travel period is from March 27 through Nov. 30, 2017.
If you wish to check out more AirAsia promos and activities, you may head to the company’s social media accounts: facebook.com/AirAsiaPhilippines (Facebook), @AirAsiaPH (Twitter), @AirAsiaPh (Instagram), and @AirAsiaPh (Viber).
In related news, AirAsia X recently received clearance from the Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) to fly to the United States. This makes the airline the first low-cost carrier to get a nod from the US government to operate scheduled passenger flights to the country.
The said approval is a “major milestone” for AirAsia X, said Datuk Kamarudin Meranun, AirAsia X Group CEO.
“Our expansion up until now has concentrated on Asia, Australasia, and the Middle East, and we are excited about our first foray into an entirely new market as we look beyond Asia Pacific,” he added.
What this means is that AirAsia is undoubtedly widening its wings even further in a bid to offer more flights to several travelers in different parts of the globe.