Clark to Singapore Trips: Launched at Clark International Airport, December 15

ANGELES CITY, PhilippinesClark to Singapore trips are now possible at the Clark International Airport in Angeles City, Pampanga, starting this December 15, 2012.

The Clark International Airport, (Diosdado Macapagal International Airport), has been rendering quality service primarily to passengers flying to and from major Asian countries such as Taipei, HongKong, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Macau, Palau, Incheon, and now Singapore.

AIR ASIA are offering some promos and discounts for travelers who plan to visit Singapore. Singapore is one of the favorite destinations of Filipinos who are on vacation.

CIAC also provides flights to local destinations like Cebu, Caticlan, and Kalibo.

Clark International Airport picture
Clark International Airport, Image credit:

The conveniently available flight to and from these countries would surely boost the economy of Angeles City, Pampanga. This is because tourists may opt to stay to explore the verdant and invigorating mountains of Arayat, or visit the peaceful remains of Mount Pinatubo.

Mount Pinatubo volcano erupted in 1991, which drove the Americans out of the country, from the biggest American Air Base outside of the U.S.

MOUNT PINATUBO, who would believe this peaceful lake is a result of an extremely destructive volcanic explosion? Image credit: lacenews

The vibrant “Night Life” in Balibago’s Fields Avenue, is also an event visitors should not omit in their itinerary.

Luxurious and convenient hotels abound within the area, so lodging is not a problem.

Aside from AIR ASIA, some of the airline operators for the Clark International Airport are: SOMA, JIN AIR, ASIANA, TIGER AIRWAYS, CEBU PACIFIC, SEAIR, AIRPHIL, PACIFIC FLYER and DRAGONAIR.

DRAGONAIR and AIRPHIL are the newest airline operators. DRAGONAIR would fly passengers “to 18 cities in China and 130 destinations worldwide.”

The Clark International Airport ranked 3rd as best airport free zone because of some facilities left intact by the US Air Force. With more improvements, it would soon become a major international airport in the world.

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