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Sep 14, 2017 @ 23:20

Clark-NAIA P2P bus service to hit the ground Sept. 15

 

The Department of Transportation has launched a premium point-to-point bus from Clark to the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) and Clark – North EDSA, Quezon City routes.

The P2P buses will cater to passengers coming from Clark International Airport going to NAIA-3 and vice versa starting Sept.15.

The Clark – NAIA route will have stop overs in Robinson’s Galleria and Resorts World Manila, where passengers may be dropped off or picked up.

Another route , Clark – Trinoma in North EDSA and vice-versa, will also be available.

About 48 brand new buses will be deployed by Genesis Transport Service Corp. to serve the two routes.

First trip is at 4 am while the last trip is at 9 pm for both routes.

Fare is P350 from Clark to NAIA and Resorts World, P300 to Robinson’s Galleria, and P250 to Trinoma.

The buses are equipped with comfortable reclining seats, Wi-Fi, GPS, CCTV, and other safety features. These features are expected to make the long distance travel from Pampanga to Manila a lot safer and more comfortable.

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