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CRK Daily Flights Schedule effective August 14,2017
CRK Daily Flights Schedule effective August 14,2017
        
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CRK Daily Flights effective August 14,2017
CRK Daily Flights effective August 14,2017
        
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CIAC’s WELL-CRAFTED PLAN + A RESULTS-ORIENTED LEADERSHIP. “President Duterte’s resolve and call to shift [airline] operations from Manila to Clark has borne fruit as we will now be able to remit the dividends pertaining to the years 2014 and 2015,” CIAC president and chief executive officer Alexander Cauguiran said.

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Duterte’s push drives revenue up at Clark Airport

CLARK FREEPORT — Due to an improved cash flow from additional flights encouraged by President Rodrigo Duterte, the state-owned Clark International Airport Corp. (CIAC) is remitting dividends to the national treasury after three years.

CIAC is remitting P38.2 million, which is half of the agency’s 50-percent annual net earnings of P76.4 million, CIAC president and chief executive officer Alexander Cauguiran said.

“CIAC’s well-crafted plan plus a results-oriented leadership amounted to millions of pesos in remittances,” Cauguiran said in a statement.

“President Duterte’s resolve and call to shift [airline] operations from Manila to Clark has borne fruit as we will now be able to remit the dividends pertaining to the years 2014 and 2015,” he said.

CIAC’s net income totaled P46 million in 2014, P30 million in 2015 and P77 million in 2016—or a total of P152 million.

Each week, the Clark International Airport serves 134 international flights and 104 domestic flights, expecting passengers to grow to 1.5 million by the end of 2017, Cauguiran said.

Cauguiran also announced that China Eastern Airlines, said to be China’s second largest carrier by passenger numbers, would start its Clark-Shanghai flights on Oct. 18. JetStar’s Clark-Singapore flights would start on Nov. 18.

Philippine Airlines, he said, would add Tagbilaran, Bacolod and Cagayan de Oro among its flights to and from Clark.

Calls have been made for the government to make the airport in Clark, a former major air base of American forces, the premier port of entry to replace the aging Ninoy Aquino International Airport which has been suffering from a host of problems, including air traffic congestion.

The proposals, however, had all but been ignored.

Other business groups had offered to build airports outside Metro Manila as a means to ease the flow of road traffic within the metropolis.

But the Department of Transportation (DOTr) had shown a determination to convert Clark into the next hub of business and commerce outside Metro Manila by transferring its offices to Clark amid complaints by department employees currently used to reporting for work at the DOTr’s main office in Mandaluyong City. —Tonette Orejas

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Cruz Katrina - Hahahaha. Faye ibang level ka na. Nakaside view pa yan. Hindi pa kuha whole body niyan. Wahahaha. Pa autograph pag uwi ko. 😂😂😂😊😊
4 days ago
Faye Intal - Mirra Tiamzon David Diana Rose Punzalan spot the beautiful lady
4 days ago
Nhey Roque - Bangkok to Clark, vice versa sana meron
4 days ago
Sherie Mae Magtoto - Faye Intal ikaw ba yon? 😅
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Jesus Macapagal Pamindanan - Sano po Sir Alex bigyan din ng pansin itong mga OFW mula sa MIDDLE EAST na mg karoon ng STRAIGHT FLIGHT from middle east to CLARK INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, the soonest possible umpisa napo ang BER MONTH itung mga northern part luzon marami po ang mga ng babakasyon......😊😊👍👍👍
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Morelos Chalen - Sana mbalik ang byahe bangkok
        
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ATM:

Jetstar introduce its Clark-Singapore route starting this November 28, 2017.

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4 days ago
Glady Christine Villanueva Ramos - Flight booked. Thanks jetstar for giving us our other option
4 days ago
Jason Kaimana Pauls - Waiting for HNL-CRK service. Hawaiian Airlines would be nice.
4 days ago
Joseph Padila - See u soon clark, more investments n jobs in pampanga
4 days ago
Anne Cabral Punsalan - This is cool.. Thank you for the additional flights Jetstar...
4 days ago
Willy Duana - how much?
4 days ago
Cora Dela Pena Hirota - Hope, they will have more American airlines fly to Clark.
4 days ago
Adam Rambo - When from Kuala lumpur????we waiting.
4 days ago
Mark Laurence - CRK-NRT please!
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Dirk Andrei B. Salcedo - Ano frequency?
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John Lumby - Outstanding! Many more to come soon I hope.
        
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Clark airport welcomes 10-Millionth Passenger

Cherry Castro, 32, of San Simon, Pampanga is welcomed by Clark International Airport Corporation (CIAC) President and CEO Alexander Cauguiran as the 10-millionth passenger of the Clark International Airport (CRK) on Monday, August 14, since passengers started arriving at the airport via commercial flights in January 2001. Castro arrived aboard Philippine Airlines (PAL) flight PR 2370 from Caticlan. She received a gift certificate for 20,000 Mabuhay Miles from PAL and gifts from CIAC that include a plaque of recognition for this milestone.

(Photos by CIAC-Corporate Communications Office)

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5 days ago
Marites Maglanque - Congrats chee, painum kna, hahaha,,,
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Hanna Claire Guevarra Nañasca - Aiza Nañasca-Villegas sayang! Haha
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Rachelle Bacani - Congratulations tita che
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Editha Maglanque - Selma anak ni pareng andong bacani
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AnSel Santos - Nino wari yan.vi kanino ya.anak
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Editha Maglanque - Wow wow wow
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Imari Bacani - Antonio - Wow na wow namaan!!! Congrats Tita Che!
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Lhai Torres - Wow,congrats mareng Che!
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Vilma Bacani Dela Cruz - Wow Che congrats!
        
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Our country needs more than two airports. Most of the major cities today have two, even three or more major airports actively servicing its people. Even with Clark and/or another new airport located in the south, the Naia should continue to operate.

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The urgency of building a new airport in Clark | BusinessMirror
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Allan Pamintuan - We love clark international Airport.
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Emmerson Nieves Nueda - A long over due project, I remember way back in my College thesis when i proposed a new terminal building in Clark Airport with upgrading of existing taxi way and runways.,this Airport is the chance of the Philippines to level in all first class international airport, with its parallel 3.5km runway and the area covering the whole airport facilities can accomodate largest aircraft which NAIA cannot. I hope this project will expedite soon. A vision to fulfil to make Clark international airport to be our countrys primary gateway in the world...#CrossingFingers
1 week ago
Edmund Mendoza - 3 to 6 months, wala na yang traffic na yan..basta sumampalataya lang tayo kay pangulong duterte..👊🏾👊🏾👊🏾
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Maurice Van M - I picked up 2 Van loads of 1st time visitors from Australia last week. They were shocked with the time it took from the airport to Shangri-La plaza, Makati. They decided in Thailand or Vietnam in the future. We need to project 20 years at least and plan accordingly. The 2 airport system of Manila and Clark International Airport is not enough. Not enough runways and transport hubs are not efficient enough.
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Susan Wagner - I ❤️Clark International Airport
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Ferdie Viloria Salita - Mahal Naman ang ticket
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Monchie Ramos - Now na!!!
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Ricardo Lee - if we decongest metro manila what gonna be happen to Angeles city and mabalacat city if we are not built fly over now for both cities..
        
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The P12.5-billion budget for the first phase of the Clark International Airport New Terminal Building is projected to increase passenger capacity by 8 million per year from the existing 4.2 million passengers per year, for a total of 12.2 million passengers per annum.

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P300B investments await Clark

The government through the Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA) is readying almost P300 billion worth of infrastructure and investments at the Clark Freeport zone and its environs seen to benefit the people of Central Luzon.

The BCDA said the infrastructure projects alone cost P174.7 billion.

These include the P12.5-billion Clark International Airport New Terminal Building (Phase 1), the P57.2-billion Subic-Clark Cargo Railway, P105-billion Manila-Clark Railway (Phase 1).

Another P122.6 billion worth of investments in various projects will be poured in New Clark City.

The P12.5-billion budget for the first phase of the Clark International Airport New Terminal Building is projected to increase passenger capacity by 8 million per year from the existing 4.2 million passengers per year, for a total of 12.2 million passengers per annum.

The ultimate target is 80 million per year upon completion of the fourth phase under the latest masterplan.

The New Clark City will have different features such as the creation of a national government center which would cost P83 billion; a food processing terminal and international food market, P31.3 billion, and mixed income development housing, P8.3 billion.

BCDA said of the 9,450-hectare New Clark City, the agency will be preserving approximately 70 percent of the total land area as open spaces for agriculture and forest land. Only 3,250 hectares will be developed for urban use.

With the government’s Build Build Build infrastructure plan in place, government is set to pour in billions in investment to position Clark as the next premier investment center of Asia.

The Build Build Build program will invest in high-impact legacy projects that will usher in the golden age of infrastructure in the country.

For 2017 alone, the government allocated 5.4 percent of the gross domestic product for infrastructure spending. To attain this bold and ambitious infrastructure vision, the government will spend a total amount of P8.4 trillion (approximately $160 billion) for infrastructure in the next six years.

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The P12.5-billion budget for the first phase of the Clark Internationa
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Cherry Cherries - Nathan Riskin
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CeeJeymie Rubia - May byahe ba papuntang dumaguete?
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Michael Connolly - Maybe they will get some decent times for the flights in and out... lol
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Logandran Renganathan - Make it faster can't wait to go clarke.
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Meg de Guzman - Dennis
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Lloyd Salac - Hayyy but i hope you make transportation better..
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Robbie Chev - Hope more planes from Australia get to use it 😊
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Fer A Patriarca - Exciting...now we will have a city comparable to singapore, hongkong and the like.
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Jeric Hizonp - When will the construction start for the airport expansion phase 1?
        
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CRK DAILY FLIGHTS SCHEDULE effective August 1,2017
CRK DAILY FLIGHTS SCHEDULE effective August 1,2017
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Ni-ch Tigtig Gotera - Provincial flight should transfer to Clark for international flight connectivity to decongest naia airport vice versa and allow international airline to open their plane and kiosk also to accommodate flight.
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Duday Gatchalian - baka po need nyo ng transport service from Clark Airport kindly message me po Thanks.
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Jeizel Dela Cruz - Jayann D Delos Reyes
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Janlenel Cu Bondoc - Glaiza Castro
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Jun A. Galarion - whats emr?
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Rovie Salac - CRK TO NRT Clark International Airport ? wala po ba available flight?
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Jack Murad - They should add Bangkok because it's busy destination and more convenient to many people ..
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Tanduay Ice - Hindi na po ba talaga ibabalik ng airasia ang Clark to Kuala Lumpur?
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Jeng Ayson - Malinaw na 😊
        
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Joe Ventura Castro - Edna Lacson Castro haha 101% Duterte solid!
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Armando C. Manalastas - Thumbs up!
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Kyla Olanam - Very nice! Work in progress for our city airport more convinient for everybody
        
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Rudy Buktot, president of the Philippine Air Traffic Contoller’s Association of the Philippines [Patca], during their 55th anniversary celebration recently said that the congestion at the NAIA had eased somewhat because some of the local carriers have transferred part of their operations to Clark International Airport.

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Aviation growth drags as exodus of air-traffic controllers continues

Last year the Manila Tower handled 280,000 landing and takeoff [runway events], an average of 767 aircraft a day. That is about 63 runway events per hour during a 12-hour peak period, or an average of 33 events per hour for 24 hours, according to the president of an air-traffic association.

More flights could have been handled, but the aviation authorities limited them to not more than 40 events per hour for safety considerations, said Rudy Buktot, president of the Philippine Air Traffic Contoller’s Association of the Philippines [Patca], during their 55th anniversary celebration held recently.

“The International Civil Aviation Organization [Icao] said that 280,000 a year would double in the next five years. But our capacity has not improved. We need to address several related problems, such as airport efficiency, the continued exodus of air-traffic controllers and the need to train more of them,” Buktot stressed. “Presently, there are 700 air controllers nationwide, assisted by some 100 non-ATC at the communication facility.”

He said according to the Icao forecasts, the country needs 1,400 to 1,700 air-traffic controllers in the next five years to cope with the corresponding increase in air traffic.

Buktot noted that the congestion at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (Naia) had eased somewhat because some of the local carriers have transferred part of their operations to Clark International Airport.

“What the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines [Caap] is doing is to transfer some airlines to other hubs like Kalibo, Mactan, Clark, because of the increasing number of flights. Hopefully, the planned transfer of the CNS/ATM from the Department of Transportation to the Caap will push through come September,” he added, referring to the Communications, Navigation and Surveillance coupled with the Air Traffic Management system, the next-generation scheme. This system is linked to satellites to speed up the transmission of clear voice and electronic communications between pilots and air controllers.

The ATM part is the enhanced capability of ground air controllers to keep track of hundreds of airplanes in the air.

The new scheme allows them to process tons of data, aided by computers, so aircraft operators would be able to meet their planned departures and arrival. The system also allows pilots to stick to their preferred flight profiles with minimum constraints and without compromising aviation’s high level of safety. This results in less congestion. Buktot said once in operation, several air-traffic control facilities nationwide will be combined in one big operations room at the Caap compound.

The room, filled with banks of radar screens, could accommodate about 180 personnel, although there would be a total of 70 to 80 personnel on duty at every shift.

“Once the new system is turned over to the Caap, the Manila Area Control and Mactan Area Control would be housed in the same operations room, including the Manila, Mactan, Bacolod, Kalibo and Davao Approach Control,” Buktot added.

This arrangement would enable Manila and Mactan and the rest of the other air-traffic control hubs to communicate on the same “hotlines”, without being constrained by bad communication and distance.

According to Buktot, air-traffic controllers constantly talk with each other through the hot lines, but distance and bad communication most often interferes, which give rise to heated arguments and bad blood among them. This happens every day and in the long run, those from the different air-control group band together, giving rise to the “fraternity mentality”, where each group does not necessarily mingle with the other.

This is dangerous since air safety requires the cooperation of each group from the Area Control to the Approach Control and the Manila tower, said Manila International Airport Authority General Manager Eddie V. Monreal, once an airline executive.

Although the Caap expects to have the CNS/ATM by September, Director General Jim C. Sydiongco said it would take more than a year to iron out the kinks. “In the meantime, the old and the new radar systems would run together so that the performance of the old one could be compared with what is seen on the new radar screen. This is called ‘shadowing’, comparing that the mirror images of both old and new radars ‘agree’ with each other.”

“After a year, or maybe more, when the new system is found to have met all the parameters, meaning the aircraft altitude, identification and position are accurate, then the CNS/ATM would be officially in operation,” Sydiongco added.

Meanwhile, Mike Mapanaw, the chief of the Air Traffic Service , said the Caap Training Center (CATC) would continue to train more air-traffic controllers until the required number is met. He said the CATC churns out an average of 44 per year, a small number because of limited instructors, who are air-traffic controllers themselves and therefore have to attend to their duties, as well.

Mapanaw is inviting college graduates to apply at the CATC, who would receive a starting salary of P40,000 per month once they have received their license.

Buktot said the air controllers’ exodus continue, saying three of his colleagues left this year for the Middle East. “We are expecting to see five more of our colleagues leave for Abu Dhabi this year because they could not resist the high salary compared to what we are receiving.”

He added the Abu Dhabi and Qatar governments are doing the recruiting, and some of their agents go to the provinces to recruit more air controllers, who cannot turn down the P200,000 starting salary per month. “And that is for assistant air controller who does not even need to handle a microphone to talk to the pilot.”

He said the air controllers could only ask for more additional benefits, and, hopefully, other forms of compensation so the government could stop the hemorrhaging.

It takes about six months to train a new air controller. They are required to stay in the government for two years to pay for their training before they are allowed to leave the service to seek greener pastures.

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Rudy Buktot, president of the Philippine Air Traffic Contoller’s Ass
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Kym Sharlene Migriño - Clark International Airport i hope magkaron na po ng mga kiosks sa Clark for more convenience. Other than that, salute to efficient workers na nasa DMIA. Strict implementation sila yet warm when you arrive/depart there.
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Sambo Je - Nakakatuwa dahil may major renovations ginagawa sa old wing pati n rin s new building let alone the retail area just open recently sa CRK...PERO UTANG NA LOOB PAKIAYOS YUNG SOUND SYSTEM PARA MADINIG NG MAAYOS NG SUMUSUNDO ANG PAGING SA LABAS NG ARRIVAL BUILDING AT MAGLAGAY NAMAN NG MONITOR SCREEN NG ARRIVALS AT PARA DI NA NEED NA PUMUNTA PA S DEPARTURE AREA PARA MAKITA LANG ANG PARATING NA FLIGHTS. GUSTO NYO NG MARAMING PASSENGERS TV SCREEN LANG NA MALIIT AT MURA DI NYO MABILI...UTANG NA LOOB!
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Jesus Macapagal Pamindanan - Malaki ang pasalamat ng mga NORTHERN OFW........it help saves alot.......😊
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Jesus Macapagal Pamindanan - Yes Sir body. Ever since we suffer the aviation problem, wow sir. You got the perfect answer, oky po kayo. God bless.
        
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CHANGE has come to CRK
CHANGE has come to CRK
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David Martinez - Bangkok to Clark would be awesome!
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Maureen Lane - Sana magkaroon ng flight from clark to guam.
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Lynn Schroeder - I will be impress & so proud if it all happens in my hometown. Cross fingers!
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JA Saltarin - I am from Quezon City and I've passed thru Clark twice going to Aklan. 45 mins lng galing samin, samantalang 2-3 hrs papuntang NAIA!
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Gracious Allan Tuazon - Please find a way to have flights from abu dhabi to clark...
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Princess Mhel - Yesss
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Rico Noriega - Ayusin ninyo
        
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3 weeks ago
Kent Mataragnon - maginhawa nga, nabibilang naman sa daliri ang mga destinasyon. Ultimo papuntang Legaspi City Bikol wala e.
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Arhyl Basi Tolentino - Clark to Taiwan
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Johara Santos Tolentino - Clark to taiwan pls...
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Krizzy Martinez-Lacsamana - Minsan kahit yung mga taga central luzon pinipili lumipad sa naia dhil mas mura ang fare. But the time saved and convenience is what they forget to take in to consideration.
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Ferial Calo - how i wish ! clark to Zamboanga
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John Lumby - So far so good but more International destinations are required as a matter of urgency.
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Marlene Intal - tama d naman dapat magsiksikan sa manila
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Morelos Chalen - Yes💋😘😇🙏👊🏼
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Joseph Padila - Talagang maginhawa sa clark intl airport compare sa naia
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Jack Murad - Clark to Bangkok
        
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Clark airport chief Alexander Cauguiran speaks before stakeholders and local officials at the 7th leg of CRK roadshow in Urdaneta, Pangasinan.

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Clark airport chief Alexander Cauguiran speaks before stakeholders and
        
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“The railway will open up many parts of Central Luzon, primarily Angeles City, to greater development. The rail will not only decongest traffic in Metro Manila, but will also open up the tracks for investments rolling to the growth centers north of Manila,” Angeles City Mayor Edgardo Pamintuan said.

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Angeles prepares for railway, Clark airport expansion

NGELES CITY — Mayor Edgardo Pamintuan has rolled out 14 road and bridge projects to help this city in Pampanga province cope with heavier traffic when the government completes the P211.43-billion Malolos-Clark Railway and P12.55-billion expanded Clark International Airport (CRK) in nearby Clark Freeport in 2020.

The projects involve the construction of the North Luzon Expressway (NLEx)-Subic Clark Tarlac Expressway (SCTEx) Connecting Road or Abacan Expressway, the East Circumferential Road, the Furniture Village Bypass Road, Angeles Livelihood Road in the Export Processing Zone Authority, the Angeles SCTEx Toll Exit Interchange in Barangay Margot, a flyover at the Angeles-Magalang Road and the Angeles-Porac (Pampanga)-Dinalupihan (Bataan) Road.

Also programmed for Clark is the widening of the Clark-Angeles perimeter road, the Manila North Road, the Pulung Maragul bridge, Pulung Cacutud bridge, Cutud bridge and Telebastagan-Friendship Road. A dike will rise at the Malabanias section of the Abacan River. The projects also include the improvement of the city’s watershed in Barangay Sapang Bato.

Pamintuan unveiled these projects when he reported the state of the city on Tuesday. He said the project proposals had been submitted to Public Works Secretary Mark Villar.

“Angeles City is at the threshold of historic growth with the ‘build, build, build’ [infrastructure program] of the Duterte administration,” Pamintuan said, adding that the program consists of P8.4-trillion worth of big-ticket projects across the country.

“The railway will open up many parts of Central Luzon, primarily Angeles City, to greater development. The rail will not only decongest traffic in Metro Manila, but will also open up the tracks for investments rolling to the growth centers north of Manila,” he said.

He said the construction of a new CRK terminal, which could serve eight million passengers annually, would have a direct impact on the city.

“We are a tourism and entertainment destination and our industries and enterprises in relation to tourism, entertainment, food, among others, will benefit immensely from a more active international airport in our neighborhood,” he said.

According to Pamintuan, 1,167 flights in and out of CRK from January to May, serving 146,000 passengers, contributed to the increase of registered business establishments to 12,908. At least 1,589 of these are new.

He said the city government would have to strengthen revenue generation to meet the 2017 budget of P1.76 billion which would be financed by P917 million in locally generated funds and P845 million in internal revenue allotments.

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“The railway will open up many parts of Central Luzon, primarily Ang
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Jessie Arceo - How about the cuayan-pampang-sta teresita rd.?( arayat rd.).
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Vivienne de Castro - Vonheilan YuviencoCyne de CastroAngelo de Castro Emack Macabante
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Ricardo Lee - yeay. yeah yeah..keni na kayu mag negosyo Mr Ramon ang
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Judith Felix - Alvyn Marcus
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Nestor Gueco - What happened to the "MAKATI OF THE NORTH" of boking?
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Adelbert Lumbrera de Jesus - Alright have a nice day (y)
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Jeric Hizonp - Nothing is impossible if you'll do the projects via a hybrid of PPP and the Build, Build, Build project of this administration.
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Daveo Lynchie - Jeric Nice idea but it will never happen. Cost would be over the top.
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Jeric Hizonp - Please fix the traffic in Balibago and Pandan areas... and ban tricycles in using main roads, they think they are the kings of the road... what Angeles City needs are flyovers... from Marquee Mall to the Rotonda and also at the Balibago area. A monorail will also help to ease up traffic, that can be connected to the Clark Railways project. Beggars are also going up to jeepneys and mostly kids with infants. Problems of the city that needs to be solved so that it will not be another Metro Manila.
        
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TOURISM IS THE NEXT GROWTH ENGINE
"With due respects to proponents of sites like Cavite or Bulacan, it is a no brainer that to decongest Metro Manila, the most ideal alternative international airport is the Clark International Airport in Central Luzon."

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TOURISM IS THE NEXT GROWTH ENGINE
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Ricardo Lee - Mr Ramon ang invest ur money here in Clark... use ur brain
        
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Thank you, President Digong, for ensuring that Clark airport will takeoff full throttle! 👊🚅🛫

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Brian H Yasay - Beat Changi Airport Singapore, Hong Kong International Airport 香港國際機場, Seoul's Incheon Airport etc.........
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Angelito Caingat Mangaliman - We proud of you mr pres....we salute you....
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Sarah Gatchalian - Thank God malapit lang kami as Clark dito na sila dadaan instead of Manila through ASEANA airlines
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Carlos Autriz Figueroa III - build bulid build means utang utang utang
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Shirlie Lorenzo Anunciacion - It does makes great sense, they must also plan to handle the density of increase traffic, due to more flying people will ramp up at Clark.
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Morelos Chalen - Ang galing ng aming mahal na panghulo😇😘
        
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LET US BUILD ASIA’S NEXT PREMIER GATEWAY! 👊

The Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA), in cooperation with the Department of Transportation, is looking for local or foreign parties to bid for the expansion of the Clark International Airport. CLICK HERE TO READ the Bidding Info.

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Ricardo Lee - Ramon ang start ur business here in pampanga..Henry sy and Ayala are here already what are waiting for? seaport and airport subic and Clark best place to invest not in other places..
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Rey Paolo Flores Romero - Sinigawan ako ng babaeng immigration officer jan. Di ko nakuha ung name pero kung makikita ko mukha nya mamumukaan ko 🤔
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Sambo Je - Bago mg2095 nmn sguro tuloy na yan😱
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Oliver Car - Mas madali pa puntahan itong clark e .. grabeng traffic papuntang naia ..
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Mark Kring Dela Cruz - beat the others ...or make it to top10
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Brian H Yasay - Beat Changi (Singapore), Chep Lap Kok (Hong Kong) & Incheon (Seoul, SK).............
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Kym Sharlene Migriño - Earl Migriño
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Fer A Patriarca - Let's make Clark great again...Ramon Ang do not be a kill-joy
        
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CRK Flight Schedule effective July 11,2017
CRK Flight Schedule effective July 11,2017
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Tony Over - Until Clark Fixes the transportation Mafia operating there it will aways be a joke to be taken seriously by any international airlines, Business, Business travelers and tourists. The Drivers there refuse to follow the posted fare matrix and will not issue receipts which are essential for a business traveller like myself. I arrived there last week and was quoted 500peso for a 5min ride to the hotel i was staying. Due to no other options i accepted only if I could get a receipt to clam it back for my travel expenses. I was crammed into a vehicle with three other passengers and was the last to be dropped off 45min laster and when I asked for a receipt was told they do not issue them. Total scam.. They brought in the Yellow metered taxi's which where great for a while only charging 170-180 peso for the same ride. Now you can never find one but if you do the meter is broken sir and it costs 500peso.
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July David - Den Lao Mungcal
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Andy Angie Mallari Batac - Is there any UPDATE ON THIS PO? Philippine Airlines (PAL) is further boosting its operations at Clark International Airport, Pampanga – validating the flag carrier's commitment to develop the Clark hub – with three new domestic routes out of Clark starting June 22. At present, PAL flies from Clark to five domestic (Busuanga, Caticlan, Cebu, Davao and Puerto Princesa) points and one international (Incheon) destination. Starting June 22, PAL will fly thrice weekly from Clark to Bacolod and daily to Tagbilaran. The following day, June 23, Clark will be linked to Cagayan de Oro four times a week. Clark-Bacolod flights depart Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 AM, arriving at the City of Smiles at 8:15 AM; return flight leaves at 8:55 AM, touch down at Clark at 10:10 AM. Clark-Tagbilaran flights depart daily at 3 PM, arriving at Bohol4:20 PM; return flight departs at 6:40 AM, arriving at Clark 8 AM. Clark-Cagayan de Oro flights depart Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays at 6:30 AM, arriving CDO at 8:10 AM; return flight departs 8:50 AM, arriving Clark at 10:30 AM. PAL is offering a promo round trip fare of P1,372 for Clark-Bacolod and Clark-Tagbilaran, and P1,820 for Clark-Cagayan de Oro. Booking period is until August 15, 2017, while travel period is from June 22 – December 15, 2017.
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MommyNi Marccus - Aileen Aguas Pangilinan
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Jesus Macapagal Pamindanan - Wow, getting better n better.... Hmn..von voyage have a sound trip..👍👍👍
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Jenn Nolasco - Joahnna Nolasco
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Monaliza Marquez Mendoza - Eric Mendoza
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Kim Popatco Manongsong - Ambrocio Emirates padir. Merlie
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Markus Schauer - Julia Zuchal
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Jeng Ayson - Angel Nathanaelle Pinpin
        
Clark International Airport
“I think the Clark seems to be superior in terms of location, and also it’s much more advanced in terms of development,” Socioeconomic Planning Secretary Ernesto M. Pernia told reporters last week when asked whether the unsolicited proposals will be the best alternative entry point of international flights.

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Clark is preferred airport project because of shorter timeline
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Morelos Chalen - Mabalik nsana ung byahe clark bangkok😘
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Jesus Macapagal Pamindanan - Will serve as more arrivals 24/7 for the huge people of our north.😊😊
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Jesus Macapagal Pamindanan - Not only alternate possibly prime airport in the far north, just think for instance there are so many migrated pinoy in the US derive from north and include OFWs residings in our City of Angels having their R & R annualy or even every 6 months for those SENIOR STAFF of certain huge company from US, ASIAN COUNTRY and MIDDLE EAST.😊😊☺
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Jesus Macapagal Pamindanan - The most favorable and significant to happen more investor to come and iniate more hotel accomodation the flight crew officers and more tourist to come economy of angeleno will boost up and will create more opportunity jobs for new graduate for the citizen of the city and nearby barangay and provinces to work.😊😊😊
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Jesus Macapagal Pamindanan - Clark international is the most durable landing pavement capability in our time and wide enough to accomodate 2 huge carriier to land simultaneously i know for a fact the landing ground was a 3 meter thickness of concrete which vulnerable of climate change and has a Warm up pads in a particular location certain sonic aircraft engine, this clark airport land will last for many years to use for the aviation porpouses, lets go for it! God bless CIAC. 😊😊😊
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Jesus Macapagal Pamindanan - With the new head and his genius move, we can no matter how, angleno mag luid ka agyu tamu abe abe abak na balen. 😊😊😊
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Jesus Macapagal Pamindanan - Yes. Yes i believe so, go for it Now na!😊💪
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Brian H Yasay - The Philippines Mega Airport #BuildBuildBuild....
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John Lumby - The proposals are good but focus needs to be given to establishing new routes both international and domestic as a matter of some urgency.
        
Clark International Airport
#flashbackfriday

Phantom F-4 fighter jets park during the Americans' time in Clark Air Base.

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#flashbackfridayPhantom F-4 fighter jets park during the Americans'
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Tony Over - Until Clark Fixes the transportation Mafia operating there it will aways be a joke to be taken seriously by any international airlines, Business, Business travelers and tourists. The Drivers there refuse to follow the posted fare matrix and will not issue receipts which are essential for a business traveller like myself. I arrived there last week and was quoted 500peso for a 5min ride to the hotel i was staying. Due to no other options i accepted only if I could get a receipt to clam it back for my travel expenses. I was crammed into a vehicle with three other passengers and was the last to be dropped off 45min laster and when I asked for a receipt was told they do not issue them. Total scam.. They brought in the Yellow metered taxi's which where great for a while only charging 170-180 peso for the same ride. Now you can never find one but if you do the meter is broken sir and it costs 500peso.
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Servillano Jr Gonzaga - These were the times of the US 13th Air Force Command of the US Air Force stationed at Clark Air Force Base, Philippines. These F-4 Phantom jets are one of the noisiness jet ever before landing or take off and my favorite interceptor/attack jet until they pulled out in 1991. What a great miss