Clark Airport offers more flights to Korea

The Clark International Airport is adding more flights to South Korea with the resumption of services by T’way Air and Royal Air Philippines.

Royal Air resumed today its twice a week flights (Thursday and Sunday) to Busan.

Despite the suspension of its commercial operations during the pandemic since 2020, Royal Air played a major role in the repatriation of Filipinos.

The airline flew in Filipinos from Wuhan, China back to the Philippines, being among the first to commence repatriation flights.

Royal Air also continued cargo operations from the Clark International Airport amid the pandemic.

Meanwhile, T’way Air will begin flights from Incheon to Clark starting tomorrow (July 29).

The flights are scheduled every Monday, Tuesday, Friday, and Saturday.

Based in Seongsu-dong, Seoul, T’way Air, formerly known as Hansung Airlines, is known for its low-cost travel offerings, flying to various destinations such as Bangkok, Guam, Singapore, among others.

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