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Participants of Cope Thunder assemble at the then Clark Military Airlift Command (MAC) Terminal during the Americans' stay at Clark.

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#flashbackfridayParticipants of Cope Thunder assemble at the then Cl
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Servillano Jr Gonzaga - Alan na this. No C 5 (galaxy) seen in the picture the biggest of them all aircraft in US Air Force.
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Luz Camunag - Wow ..
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John Lumby - Participants in exercise Cope Thunder '84 stand on the flight line, 1984.
        
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China Eastern's inaugural Clark-Shanghai flight at CRK is welcomed by the CIAC-Emergency Services Department with a ceremonial water cannon salute.

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Avelu Miranda - Wow 👍
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Jonjon Macaspac Mallari - Mag Shanghai naka nimal! Zors Nepo 😆😁
        
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CRK DAILY FLIGHT SCHEDULE effective OCTOBER 18,2017
CRK DAILY FLIGHT SCHEDULE effective OCTOBER 18,2017
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Ronald Bobis Hermosura - yung jin air na busan to clark permanent napo ba yan
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Robbie Victoria - Geri, Josephine
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Duday Gatchalian - kapag need nyo ng service papunta Clark kindly PM me for sulit rates
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Ryan Paul Ibarra - Can you make this illustration passenger friendly?
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Darlene Kay Mantua - Nestea Gloria Nelsie Mantua
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Arceli Lacap - Bakit walang flight po ng TAIPE-CLARK vice versa?
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Daniel Reynera Gulapa III - clark haneda pls
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Michael A. Isip - Sana mgkaroon ng clark to bohol and vice versa
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Yhome Naluz Tallada - Dette Naluz
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Joe Ramirez Pdx - Thank you for the update
        
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Central and Northern Luzon's gateway to the world.

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Central and Northern Luzon's gateway to the world.#iChooseClark#Bui
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April Rose Basco - We will arrive at Clark on our holidays this december. I chose CRK! 👍🏻
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Jun T Tumangday - O yeah 👍 when go home even I pay little extra I rather land in Clark. Easy access and it’s fast .
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Richard Pagaduan Bernabe - Isa ako s unang pasahero ng unang lumapag ang QATAR AIRWAYS JAN..... I salute that AIRPORT.
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Clive Cartwright - Great Airport
        
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The flag carrier would launch flights from Clark to Virac, Catanduanes starting Dec. 15, 2017. “It will be our pleasure to serve the Clark-Virac route and provide them our trademark heartfelt service on this short hop. PAL president Jaime Bautista said in a statement yesterday.

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PAL TO START SERVICING CLARK-CATANDUANES ROUTE.

Philippine Airlines (PAL) is beefing up operations in Clark International Airport in Pampanga province.

The flag carrier said it would launch flights from Clark to Virac, Catanduanes starting Dec. 15, 2017.

“This latest pioneer route enables us to serve the flight needs of our ‘kababayans’ in the province of Catanduanes,” PAL president Jaime Bautista said in a statement yesterday.
“It will be our pleasure to serve the Clark-Virac route and provide them our trademark heartfelt service on this short hop. The new flights further expand our domestic route network and our hub at Clark International Airport giving travelers the flexibility to choose from our wide array of domestic services,” he added.

PAL noted that the Clark-Virac link was a “prime initiative” of Cesar Sarmiento, Catanduanes representative and chair of the house committee on transportation.

Sarmiento has been in dialogue with airline officials amidst calls for expanded air links to Virac, PAL added.

“As a company imbued with public interest, it is important to respond to the needs of the flying public, particularly the untapped markets. I am pleased with PAL’s positive response to my request for this much-needed service,” Sarmiento said in the same statement.

PAL will serve the route three times a week using its 76-seater Bombardier Q400.

PAL’s domestic hub operations in the Central Luzon Province of Pampanga serve the following routes: Clark–Basco, Clark-Busuanga, Clark-Caticlan, Clark-Cebu and Clark-Puerto Princesa. New domestic flights out of Clark this December will serve Bacolod, Cagayan, Davao and Tagbilaran.

From Clark, the flag carrier also serves Seoul (Incheon) four times per week.

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The flag carrier would launch flights from Clark to Virac, Catanduanes
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Rico Aquino - Hoping for flites to Guam.
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Rolando Mariano Ross - mas maganda sana ang CLARK to/from LEGASPI City
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Hony Boy Ocampo - Mc Peterson 😱😱😱😱😱
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Ferial Calo - How i wish flight from Clark to Zamboanga City...
        
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Airbus A380 lands @ CRK 10 years ago.

The double‐decker Airbus A380, the world’s largest commercial passenger aircraft, successfully landed at Clark International Airport (then known as the Diosdado Macapagal International Airport) on 12 October 2007, proving beyond doubt the airport’s ability to accommodate the modern generation of new large aircraft (NLAs).

Government officials and dignitaries, along with private business representatives were on hand to welcome the A380.

Standing eight‐stories tall (79 feet) and lying almost three football fields long (262 feet), the mammoth airliner, touted as a “cleaner, greener, gentler” version of NLAs for incorporating environment‐friendly designs such as reduced noise during take‐off, can accommodate as many as 850 passengers on a long‐haul flight from New York to Clark non‐stop.

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Photo credits to veteran photojournalists Jojo Due and Frederick Gonzales.
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Yakubue Abdulia - Its passenger capacity?
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Liesl Cronjé - SOOO INTERESTING.... I knew the A380 can land here. LOVE ❤️ 💟💟 the A380.
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Oliver Jose Quizon Panlilio - Matanda na pala a380 Astley Sheen
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Ian Jay Maglalang Dizon - ramil bautista mangila
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Ian Jay Maglalang Dizon - ramil mangila
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Antonio Bacani - Clark runway was used by the biggest C5 military plane of the US Air force during their time.
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Rey M. Colle - The size of a football field is 160 feet long
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Michael de Peralta - its nice to know that Clark can have an a380 land there. but truly tho its not capable for passenger operations. you can just board and deplane via stairs esp when yoo have WCHR bound passengers. Clark has to have 2 jetbridge to access 1st and 2nd floor for A380 in one gate. it was a challenge for LAX when a380 for most airlines flew there until they built those gates for it. regardless, CRK is capable for taking big jetliners in...
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Simon Marshall - British Airways is ok but a bit drafty sitting by the door ....
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John Lumby - The Emirates version is a lovely plane to fly on.
        
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If you hate flight delays and cancellations just as much as the next person does, then you’ll be glad to know that these headache-inducing problems rarely ever occur in CRK. Since the airport experiences zero air traffic congestion, airlines and carriers always arrive here on time, if not earlier.

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6 Reasons Why You Should Consider Flying From Clark International Airport
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Audrice Mauricio - Qatar to Clark wow wlang hassle OK na ok
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Vince Ocampo Patawaran - Clark to taiwan...please!
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Nird La - Rarely ever occur. 😝. Haha.
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Man'z Grafil Tadena - Better Dubai to Clark not Dubai to Cebu them Cebu to Clark waisting time for the other passenger
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Winjeneiwieuana Dizon - Ano po b yung mga available airlines from kuwait to Clark para pag nagpabooking c boss masabi ko thanks po kc sumakay ako Emirates Kya lang nag cebu muna b4 Clark e aside from Emirates what airline are available
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Michael de Peralta - is there a mastwr plan for the new terminals yet?
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Michael Santos San Jose - Allow grab drivers to pick up passengers at the airport without being harassed by airport taxi people.
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Raymond Mahmood - Pls decrease your smoking room entry charges !
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Via Col Mike - more flights from Macau-Clark and v.v. para may choices. super late ang flight ng cebu pac.
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James Kaufman - Well not always as i've had flights arive late there :P
        
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NEW CIAC QUARTERLY PUBLICATION IS NOW OUT.

‘In-flight’ is a declaration that various developments occurring in CRK’s favor as of late positively depicts CRK as soaring or “in-flight.”

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NEW CIAC QUARTERLY PUBLICATION IS NOW OUT.  ‘In-flight’ is a dec
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Mary Christine De Guzman - Clark bangkok and clark osaka pls
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Kai Herrmann - Is that sure?
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Ricardo Lee - San ba banda ginagawa ang railway sa Clark drawing palang yan
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Joseph Dobles - Where to get a copy?
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Jimmy Tan - Where to get electronic copy?
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Liwayway Ladia - Ang ganda ng clark
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CRK DAILY FLIGHTS effective OCTOBER 3,2017
CRK DAILY FLIGHTS effective OCTOBER 3,2017
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Paul John - Ivy Andrada- oh diba daily flights na to shanghai, pwede rin from beijing stopover sa SH
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Emilyn B. Sevilla - Maria plan your vacay!
        
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GO DISCOVER CLARK.
Another reason to fly via Clark!

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Clark Tourism Fanpage
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John Lumby - Parade ground? I'll need some new parade shoes!
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Raymond Vess Montepio - I wish Angeles tourist office can make like this .how to promoted Angeles City
        
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CRK DAILY FLIGHTS effective October 1,2017
CRK DAILY FLIGHTS effective October 1,2017
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Edwin Biclar - Where is the flight going through Balesin? And what airlines have flight going that place?
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Clark International Airport - Greetings from the Clark international Airport(CRK)! Negotiations for direct flights from Clark to the US, Japan, Beijing, Kuala Lumpur, Taiwan and Thailand are ongoing.Thank you.
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Connie Guevarra - Clark - Bangkok
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Jerald Jimenez Yang - ORD-PVG-CRK route is cheap at $483 roundtrip with only 4 hrs of layover in Shanghai... nice! China Eastern is new to Clark, will give it a try despite the negative reviews online.
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Jha Pingul-Bautista - where is the sched for clrk-Kalibo?
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Lenz Mercado Mariano - Kelan babalik Ang Clark- KL Malaysia?
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Rachy Rach - sana may clark auh - auh clark
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Cristal Ann Manalo Kao - Taipei-Clark please..
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Ma Lorena - Basco ❤Rodolfo Hi, thank you! Love you, brother. Business class din ako? 😂
        
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In line with the ambitious “Build, Build, Build” program aimed at ushering in “the golden age of infrastructure,” economic managers disclosed that the Clark International Airport will be developed as the second major airport and expected to be fully operational by 2020,” Japanese financial giant Nomura said.

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CLARK IS 2ND MAJOR GATEWAY UNDER UPDATED TRANSPORT ROADMAP

The updated transport roadmap aimed at easing traffic in Metro Manila and surrounding areas will be finished by the Japanese and Philippine governments in November, the Japan International Cooperation Agency (Jica) said yesterday.

Also, Japanese financial giant Nomura said in a Sept. 29 note to clients that the Philippine government announced in Tokyo last week that it would soon roll out big-ticket infrastructure projects, including the development of Clark as the second major airport as well as the construction of a 655-kilometer spine expressway on Luzon island.

In a statement, Jica said the follow-up to the Roadmap for Transport Infrastructure Development for Metro Manila and its Surrounding Areas approved by the Philippine government in 2014 would be ready next month.

Jica is jointly working on the updated roadmap with the state planning agency National Economic and Development Authority.

“It’s timely to identify new strategies and solutions to the present traffic situation in Metro Manila and surrounding areas as the administration aggressively pushes for transport infrastructure development under the ‘Build, Build, Build’ agenda. Together with other government agencies and local government units, the follow-up study aims to come up with urban transport strategies addressing traffic demand in the coming years, improve mobility, identify land use management, and identify reforms in the transport sector,” Jica senior representative Tetsuya Yamada said.

Separately, Nomura said that during their Tokyo roadshow, “there was also a very strong sense of priority and urgency focused on the infrastructure sector, not just in the lining up of feasible projects but also in their implementation, with greater transparency and higher accountability” among the Duterte administration’s economic managers.

In line with the ambitious “Build, Build, Build” program aimed at ushering in “the golden age of infrastructure,” economic managers disclosed that “the Ninoy Aquino International Airport will be improved and Clark International Airport will be developed as the second major airport (expected to be fully operational by 2020),” Nomura said.

Also, “the recently launched shipping route between Davao City and Bitung (Indonesia) which cut cargo arrival time from 3-5 weeks to 2-3 days will be replicated across the country,” Nomura added.

“A large-scale road modernization program is under way to improve connectivity for tourism, agriculture and industrial sectors, as well as a new 655-kilometer Luzon spine expressway, and various tunneling projects, bridges and flood control projects” under “Build, Build, Build,” according to Nomura.

Citing presentations of economic managers, Nomura also said that “the planned 9,500-hectare Clark Green City (80 kilometers north of Manila) will become the next frontier of property development (after the Bonifacio Global City) with links to major public infrastructure projects (including a Manila-Clark railway to be completed by 2021) and will house government offices to help decongest Manila.” —BEN O. DE VERA

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In line with the ambitious “Build, Build, Build” program aimed at
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Fer A Patriarca - Clark is really the intelligent choice...a practical move to ease up the metro
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CIAC, PAL OFFICIALS LAUNCH BASCO, BATANES FLIGHT FROM CLARK AIRPORT.

Philippine Airlines (PAL) officials led by Ismael Augusto Gozon, PAL Senior VP for Airline Operations (center) and Clark International Airport Corporation (CIAC) officers led by Acting President and CEO Alexander Cauguiran (3rd from left) and CIAC VP Arnulfo Pan of the Airport Operations Management Group (2nd from left) cut the ceremonial cake launching the Basco, Batanes service from the Clark International Airport (CRK) on Sunday, October 1. With them are: PAL Branch Manager Raphael Loui Romualdo (extreme left); CIAC VP Lauro Ortile of the Administration and Finance Group (4th from right); Genaro Velasquez, PAL Senior Assistant VP for Sales-Philippines (3rd from right); Michael Villaflor Jr., Area Manager for Sales for Metro Manila and Luzon (2nd from right); and, PAL Clark Station Manager Marlon Calasin (right). PAL Flight PR 2688 flies four times weekly between CRK-Basco, Batanes (BSO) every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 11:45 am. (Photo courtesy of CIAC - Corporate Communications Office)

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CIAC, PAL OFFICIALS LAUNCH BASCO, BATANES FLIGHT FROM CLARK AIRPORT.
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Gra Cia - Sir Marlon AC !!!! 🤘🏻
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Romy Miranda - How about yung Airasia KL to CRK bakit di na naibalik yun flight schedule.?
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Sheila van Erve-Castro - Karla A. Castro, Vincent Castro... medala naku,.. wahhh!
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Drew Baquiran - may bayad ba ang pag O-OJT sa Clark airport?
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Via Col Mike - sana macau-clark-macau magkaron din ang PAL.
        
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Facade of Clark MAC (Military Airlift Command) Terminal of the Americans during the 60's. Today, it is known as the Clark International Airport (IATA Code: CRK).

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Facade of Clark MAC (Military Airlift Command) Terminal of the America
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Brian H Yasay - The Philippines Mega-Airport....
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John Martin Ebcas - Clark is a good place there's no place like home
        
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Basco, Batanes now reachable 4 times a week thru CRK starting Oct. 1, 2017.

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Basco, Batanes now reachable 4 times a week thru CRK starting Oct. 1,
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Efren Dimalanta - Your chance KryztanPogi... Sandra. Sama ako, taga-bitbit.
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A local chief executive from the south said he is trying to convince both PAL and Cebu Pacific Air to fly to Dumaguete City from Clark at least three times a week.

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Airlines urged to mount Clark-Dumaguete flights

The mayor of Dumaguete City who was once the president and CEO of the Clark Development Corp. (CDC) has urged airline companies to mount flights from the Clark International Airport to the Sibulan Airport in his city.

Dumaguete Mayor Felipe Antonio B. Remollo said he is trying to convince both the Philippine Airlines and Cebu Pacific Air to fly to Dumaguete City from Clark at least three times a week.

“We are trying to convince them because when I was still here as CDC president/CEO in 2011, we already studied that feasibility,” he said.

There are a lot of passengers who want to go to Dumaguete from Northern and Central Luzon because they want to avoid Metro Manila, he added.

“In a way, Clark will be the most feasible for any domestic airlines even if you want to go to Davao, they would prefer Clark,” he said.

“With that, you also decongest Metro Manila by making Clark a local hub or even the main hub for both international and domestic flights,” Remollo pointed out.

Clark is critical in decongesting Metro Manila because of its location, he said. “It is really sound to make Clark connect to local airports.”

Remollo said the Sibulan Airport in Dumaguete can accommodate the modern airbus.

“Right now there are five flights a day via Manila-Dumaguete. There are also direct flights to Cebu, direct to Davao and direct to Cagayan de Oro, and now we are pushing for direct Clark flights,” he told members of the Capampangan in Media Inc. at the Bale Balita here last Friday during the regular weekly media forum “Balitaan” organized in cooperation with the CDC.

Remollo said tourism destinations also abound in Dumaguete and its nearby areas.

He noted that the southern tip of Cebu, which includes Santander and Oslob, are emerging tourist destinations because of the popular “whale-shark [Butanding] watching” attraction.

“We just promote Oslob [Cebu] and they go via Dumaguete,” he said. Oslob is easily accessible via a short boat ride from Dumaguete (around 30 minutes), instead of land travel from Cebu City, which usually takes around three hours, he added.

The mayor said Cebuanos from the island’s southern tip also go shopping, go to school and even use the hospitals in Dumaguete instead of Cebu City.

Venue for MICE, sporting events

Remollo said Dumaguete is now capable of hosting Meetings, Incentives, Conventions and Exhibitions (MICE) and is also a venue for regional sports meets.

Early next year, he said some 10,000 will be flocking to Dumaguete to participate in talent competitions, like chorus singing, mathematics, etc.

Remollo said he signed a memorandum of agreement with the Philippine Sports Commission to make Dumaguete City as their regional hub and all of the Visayas for sports, like the Batang Pinoy, Philippine National Games and University Games.

He added every month Dumaguete hosts new sports events, like the handball competition, an Olympic sport, which will be held in November.

The mayor said he is also pushing to host three to four events, of the upcoming Southeast Asia Games in 2019. “We are pushing to host three to four games, like archery, beach volleyball, triathlon and handball,” he said.

Remollo added the Philippine archery team trained in Dumaguete before going to Malaysia.

Dumaguete is also the Dragon Boat champion, he pointed out.

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A local chief executive from the south said he is trying to convince b
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Jerald Jimenez Yang - Increase flights to Seoul, new flights to Tokyo, to Singapore, China etc. Open CRK to more international carriers, it'd decongest NAIA.
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Rubilina Dorig - WOW!!!!i love it...
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Vivian Agustin Baun - Yeah!!! Dumaguete and more please...🙂
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John Lumby - Kuala Lumpur would be better...
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Wil Skinner - Clark to manila...4 1/2 hours drive with current traffic
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Emilyn Faburada Ebarle - yessss,,, clark to dumaguete,,,
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Mah Chris - clark to Camiguin
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Ferial Calo - i wish clark to Zamboanga City ,,,
        
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Anne Cabral Punsalan - Edward Versoza Punsalan Roach Punsalan haay naku..
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Jason Swaim - I've been reading a lot of bad reviews on their FB page. Anyone on here have something positive to say about this new route?
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Christine Ochoa Espinosa - Paano naman po ang mga passenger going to and from other Airport Terminals? Mas marami po sanang Filipino ang makikinabang kung covered ninyo ang other Airport Terminals.
        
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“No. 1 is the Clark airport that will be finished. A good portion of the Clark to Manila railway will be finished according to Finance Secretary Carlos G. Dominguez III under the “Build, Build, Build” program will be completed by the year 2022.

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Govt to finish 37 flagship projects by 2022–DOF

The Department of Finance (DOF) said around half of the 75 flagship projects that the government plans to roll out will be completed by the time President Duterte steps down from office in 2022.

According to Finance Secretary Carlos G. Dominguez III, about 37 projects under the “Build, Build, Build” (BBB) program will be completed by the year 2022.

“Obviously, not all [will be completed], like the subway. It can’t be finished by 2022,” Dominguez said in a forum held recently.

“But the rest will be ongoing, because they are not projects that you can do immediately,” he added.

Dominguez said he expects the expansion of the Clark International Airport, the Clark-Manila railway and the Mindanao railway to be among the flagship projects that would be completed in five years.

“No. 1 is the Clark airport that will be finished. A good portion of the Clark to Manila railway will be finished, and the third one will probably be a good portion of the Mindanao railway,” he said. The Mindanao railway project—spanning from Tagum, Davao and Digos—requires a budget of P31.544 billion, while the Clark International Airport Expansion (Phase 1) costs P12.55 billion. The Philippine National Railways’s (PNR) North 1 project, which is a 38-kilometer mass-transportation railway that will connect Bulacan with the National Capital Region (NCR), costs P105.31 billion.

As for the P227-billion Mega Manila Subway project, Dominguez said it would take time for boring machines to dig a tunnel underground. The DOF chief also assured that the rehabilitation of MRT-3 is ongoing despite
perceptions that it is moving at a snail’s pace.

“I assure you the MRT-3 project is moving. As people know, when you do a lot of projects, it takes a bit of time for everything to fall in place and get going,” he said.

Earlier, the DOF said the Investment Coordination Committee-Cabinet Committee is set to recommend to the National Economic and Development Authority board the further streamlining of the approval process for big-ticket projects funded by official development assistance loans to help fast-track the pursuit of flagship infrastructure projects.

Approval of the new “3-in-one” streamlined process by the Neda board will reduce the time to assess the financing leg of projects, according to Dominguez.

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“No. 1 is the Clark airport that will be finished. A good portion of
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Ricardo Lee - no one can beat Clark field pampanga
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Oliver Atnapaz Nas Ordep - basta alang buwaya ken,or alang maselan..
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Liam O'Brien - Any aero bridges?
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Jay M. Salvador - Bakit walang bridge?
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Fer A Patriarca - Great!, can't wait to make it happen.
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R Domine Basconcillo - Consider first your destination upon disembarking bro. If u go Baguio, then good but if you Los Baños then use NAIA.
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Carlos Policarpio Bagonoc - Tired of always delayed flight @ NAIA, have to arrive/ depart at Clark hopefully...
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Jean Sanchez Santos - Remigio Ocampo
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Cora Dela Pena Hirota - Wonderful!
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Hony Boy Ocampo - Clark International Airport is this the final and offficial render?
        
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Maria Lea Quebengco Dizon - Do we need to have reservation in advance for clark fo naia terminal.3
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BertAmy Bulos - How about Clark to Baguio?
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Maane Sonza - Ilan oras kaya ang byahe from clark to Naia 3? 😊
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Sally Olpindo - This is a good start!!
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Robert Abadiano - Wala po bang NAIA terminal 1 to Clark ?
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Larry Drake - The Clark Taxi mafia will not like this. Its good IMO.
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Michael de Peralta - but the so called premium bus looks so basic.. victory liner deluxe buses were better than those or those P2P buses that goes to makati and BGC. genesis got to know theyre serving am international gateway not just a commercial provincial route serving tourists not an everyday commutter
        
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A US Air Force plane taxis at CRK's runway during the early 70's.

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A US Air Force plane taxis at CRK's runway during the early 70's.#iC
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Ferdinand Espiritu - can't forget booze at fields ave....circa1980's
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Shä Hanaway - #tbt I flew out of CRK to Alaska via Flying Tiger 1988
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Raymond Vess Montepio - How beautiful is Mt. Arayat.human on the top on the mountain
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Lan Lopez - Mount arayat, background!..
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Warlito Blanche Gamboa - Beside is the mount Pinatubo
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John Lumby - This is a large reconnaissance aircraft built by Boeing and modified by a number of companies, including General Dynamics, Lockheed, LTV, E-Systems, and L3 Technologies. Variations of this aircraft are still in service with the USAF and RAF today.