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    AirAsia Promo Fares from Clark Airport

    Probably the largest budget airline today, flying out of Clark Airport in Pampanga, AirAsia, is again offering their already cheap airfares to and from the Philippines, at still cheaper prices for your taking.

    AirAsia Promo Fares details:

    Book from October 19 to 25
    Travel from November 9, 2009 to January 10, 2010

    Cheap tickets from AirAsia: One-way fares all in:

    Malaysia

    Kuala Lumpur P1099.00
    Kota Kinabalu P499.00

    Thailand

    Bangkok P848.00
    Phuket P848.00
    Krabi P848.00

    Cambodia:

    Siem Reap P1135.00
    Phnom Penh P1135.00

    Indonesia:

    Bandung P849.00
    Jakarta P849.00
    Yogyakarta P849.00
    Surabaya P849.00
    Bali P1135

    Hong Kong P1425

    Vietnam:

    Hanoi, Vietnam P1423
    Ho Chi Minh City P1135

    Australia:

    Melbourne P2859.00
    Perth P2859.00

    Note:

    AirAsia flies out of Clark Airport (Diosdado Macapagal International Airport) that yoou can reach by Philtranco buses in SM Megamall

    All quoted fares are the cheapest available stated on the promotional email announcement. Please visit AirAsia's official website or call AirAsia hotline for details, online bookings and inquiries.

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    Bus to Clark Airport

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    posted by backpacking philippines @ 7:28 PM,

    6 Comments:

    At Oct 22, 2009, 6:33:00 AM, Anonymous bw said...

    These prices are unbelievable. The Aussie prices are awesome more so with the Thailand rates. Tks for sharing.

     
    At Nov 3, 2009, 2:25:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    hi there. on our next trip 2 d philippines, i'll be arriving at DMIA smwhere at 5pm, on a flight from kota kinabalu n will b staying at d riviera mansion ;)
    fyi lastime,we took a cab.it cost us around 3000pesos,bought d ticket at d cab counter at DMIA.dnt know we were ripped off or not. question, how do i get from DMIA to malate on a bus?how much does it cost?n is it safe getting on a bus at dat particular time (after 5pm)...tq

     
    At Nov 6, 2009, 11:11:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    can u give me tips on how 2 go 2 malate from DMIA by using bus???

     
    At Nov 7, 2009, 9:36:00 PM, Blogger backpacking philippines said...

    anonymous, to get to malate you need to ride a taxi at DMIA up to the bus terminal in Angeles City e.g. victory liner. once in Manila (either Cubao, Quezon City) you need to transfer to another taxi at the terminal or walk to the LRT 2 (train) station up to Recto, transfer to LRT Doroteo Jose station then ride the train either to UN Avenue, Pedro Gil, or Quirino station (as i don't know where in malate you're going)

     
    At Nov 19, 2009, 8:02:00 AM, Blogger Sam E said...

    Trying to figure out the deal from Thailand to the Philippines...Air Asia says they don't fly direct from one to the other, so how do you get that deal?!

     
    At Jul 9, 2011, 3:04:00 PM, Anonymous Hotel Phuket Thailand said...

    Very good price. Thank you very much.

     

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