Clark International Airport


Clark International Airport (IATA: CRK), a former US military airbase, is the fastest growing airport in the Philippines with an average growth of 28% in passenger traffic for the past five years. Currently positioned as a major hub for low-cost airlines, Clark International Airport is being prepared to serve as the next premier international gateway of the country.

Clark’s strategic location makes it a natural gateway to the Asia Pacific region— it is only two to four hours away from the key cities of the region. Clark International Airport is only a few hours away from tourist sites in the Philippines’ Central Luzon region that offers an assemblage of historical, cultural and natural attractions.

The Clark International Airport (CRK) located within the Clark Freeport Zone now makes headway in the aviation industry with its modern passenger terminals, increasing passenger volume annually. It serves as a gateway to the north as it hosts 128 flights a week for 7 global airlines. It is an alternative to the main airport in Metro Manila and services low-cost domestic and foreign flights.  Among the airline carriers operating in the airport are AirAsia Philippines, Asiana Airlines, Cebu Pacific Air, Dragon Air, Jin Air, Tiger Air, as well as one of the major middle east carriers—Qatar Airways.


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