Fly Gangwon resumes flights to Clark

South Korean low cost airline Fly Gangwon has resumed its operations at the Clark International Airport after being temporarily halted due to the pandemic.

Fly Gangwon only operates at the Clark International Airport, making the gateway the carrier’s first and only Philippine destination.

Visa-free entry has started for travelers from the new Clark International Airport going to South Korea through Yangyang International Airport.

Travelers arriving through Yangyang International Airport can visit Gangwon and Seoul City center for up to 15 days under the Visa Waiver Program, provided they are part of a group tour.

Tourists should also be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and must also be booked through accredited travel agencies.

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