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Royal Air plans to restart its operations at Clark airport in October.


The budget airline, ROYAL AIR Philippines, revealed that it will be restarting its services at Clark International Airport in the upcoming month. This announcement was made on Tuesday.

According to a press release, Royal Air Philippines announced that their direct flights from Hong Kong to Clark and from Clark to Hong Kong will recommence this coming Sunday in order to promote travel between the Philippines and Hong Kong.

Royal Air Philippines stated that CRK’s effortless trips and smooth voyages provide an added level of convenience, specifically in reference to the Clark airport.

“The primary entrance operates from its spacious and cutting-edge passenger terminal, providing top-notch amenities, ample room, and a quicker check-in or arrival procedure,” the statement included.

The Department of Tourism (DoT) revealed in August that 58 additional weekly international flights will be launched this year, including Royal Air’s weekly flights.

Based on the Department of Transportation’s findings, Clark experienced a significant boost in scheduled flights and available seats in June. This was largely due to the addition of new routes and the resumption of previously suspended services.

The Tourism department aims to reach 4.8 million foreign visitors this year, an increase from 2.65 million in the previous year.