Clark International Airport continues to expand its connectivity with new route

Starting August 16, a more relaxed travel experience awaits Boracay travelers. Clark International Airport adds Caticlan in its new routes.

The island, recently named by TIME Magazine as one of the World’s Greatest Places of 2022, will now have flight access from CRK.


AirAsia Philippines will resume its Clark to Caticlan flights with flights 4x a week, scheduled Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, commencing August 16, 2022.


Clark International Airport
Clark International Airport continues to expand its connectivity with new route

Clark International Airport, which now operates from its innovative terminal, is a destination in itself.


The airport is proudly inclusive with its thoughtful features such as a dedicated OFW lounge, gender-neutral toilets, and elevators and escalators in each boarding gate – making the terminal convenient for all.


Aside from the CRK to Caticlan flights, passengers also have access to Cebu via Cebu Pacific and Philippine Airlines.

For those who want to take their revenge travel out of the country, the following flights are available: Singapore via Jetstar and Scoot; Busan via Royal Air; Yangyan via Fly Gangwon; Incheon via T’way Air, Jeju Air, and Jin Air; Dubai via Emirates; and Doha via Qatar Airways.


Passengers from North Luzon, Metro Manila, and other areas may access the airport through available Point-to-Point arrangements  and other transport alternatives.


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