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How to get to Clark Airport: Commute and Driving Directions
The Clark Airport, once the home of American Air Force Base, now named Diosdado Macapagal International Airport, has two runways 3.5 kilometers each. Clark Airport is now poised to be premier airport destination of Central Luzon people and those heading north thus bypassing traffic of Metro Manila.
Clark Aiport Terminal Fee: P750.00 for international flights (also called departure tax, aiport users charge or airport tax) P200 for domestic destinations
Flights to Clark Airport by several airlines who fly in and out of DMCIA:
Air Asia: KL, Kota Kinabalu Asiana: Incheon Korea Seair: Macau, Caticlan (Boracay) Tiger Airways: Singapore Singapore Clark Macau Singapore Macau Clark Singapore Macau Cebu Pacific: Hong Kong, Bangkok (Thailand), Singapore, Macau and Cebu Hongkong Express
Soon: Spirit of Manila flights to Bangkok (Thailand), Singapore, Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), Taipei, Kaohsiung (taiwan), Osaka (Japan), Hong Kong, Macau, Kuwait, Bahrain, Doha, and Dubai and Palau.
How to get to Clark Airport:
Commute to Clark Aiport: Buses bound Philtranco
On to the shuttle bus arrangement. You take the shuttlebus from SM Megamall to Clark Airport syncrhronized with various flights out of Clark Airport. The Philtranco terminal is at the back of SM Megamall Building A, near Watsons and BPI bank. There is a booth there (at the waiting shed). Bus fare from SM Megamall to Clark Airport is P300 (one-way). Trip schedules at 0230, 0700, 1130, 1300 and 1500HRS.
From Philtranco bus terminal in Pasay City, the bus fare to Clark Airport is P350 with the same Philtranco contact number: +63.2.851 8077/78/79
Driving directions to Clark Airport:
Clark Airport can be reached by one-hour drive from Manila via NLEX either Mabalacat Exit to Angeles City or the new SCTEx.
Clark Airport Parking Fee: P30/day Overnight Parking Rate: P90/24 hours
From Clark Airport to your destination:
There are taxis in Clark Airport, both metered taxis and coupon taxis (not cheap though)