PAL to begin Clark-Catanduanes flights in December
Philippine Airlines will start flying to Virac in Catanduanes from Clark, Pampanga on Dec. 15
“This latest pioneer route enables us to serve the flight needs of our ‘kababayans’ in the Province of Catanduanes. It will be our pleasure to serve the Clark – Virac route and provide them our trademark heartfelt service on this short hop,” said Jaime J. Bautista, president and chief operating officer of PAL.
“The new flights further expand our domestic route network and our hub at Clark International Airport giving travelers the flexibility to choose from our wide array of domestic services,” he added.
The Lucio Tan-led carrier will operate the 76-seater Bombardier Q400 fleet for the new route.
PAL’s domestic hub operations in the Central Luzon province of Pampanga serve the following routes: Clark – Basco, Clark-Busuanga, Clark-Caticlan, Clark-Cebu and Clark – Puerto Princesa.
New domestic flights out of Clark this December will serve Bacolod, Cagayan, Davao and Tagbilaran. From Clark, the flag carrier also serves Seoul (Incheon) fou times week.
By yearend, PAL will use the propeller-driven Q400 and Q300 on seven domestic routes out of Clark and 12 out of Cebu.