6 Reasons Why You Should Consider Flying From Clark International Airport

Consider this alternative the next time you book.

If wrestling your way through a sea of people in the Ninoy Aquino International Airport during the holiday season isn’t your kind of sport, then read up! We’re turning the spotlight on Clark International Airport — one of the largest aviation complexes in Asia — and what makes it a viable travel option for you:

It’s now more accessible than ever.

CRK is located right in the heart of Central Luzon, and is connected to major (and generally low-traffic) roads in Luzon such as the North Luzon Expressway (NLEx), Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEx), and Tarlac-Pangasinan-La Union Expressway (TPLEx), making it highly accessible and convenient, especially for passengers coming from Central Luzon and even Northern NCR.

And to ease the transportation woes of more travelers from the Metro headed to Clark, Premium Point-to-Point (P2P) buses traveling from CRK to Manila and vice-versa have been made available starting last month. Among the three stops covered by the bus service are: North EDSA – Trinoma (PHP250), Ortigas (PHP300), and Pasay – NAIA Terminal 3 (PHP350).

Click here for more information on CRK’s shuttle services.

Fewer passengers.

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Andy Flores

Andy Flores

Andy Flores is a pathological penny pincher with impulse shopping and binge-eating tendencies. She’s constantly saving up for new adventures, so she dabbles in writing jobs here and there. Her not-so-secret dream is to be an extra in a big Bollywood movie.