Starting March 29, 2012, the fastest growing budget carrier Airphil Express will provide flights from Clark to Kalibo, Cebu, Davao, and Puerto Princesa and vice versa.
This move is part of Airphil Express’ plans to expand further in 2012, by tapping tourist market in North and Central Luzon.
“We are providing a vital and convenient link between residents and visitors in the north to popular destinations in the south such as Boracay and Palawan,” explains Alfred Herrera, Airphil Express senior vice president for sales and marketing, during recent ceremonies sealing the agreement between the Clark International Airport Corporation (CIAC) and Airphil Express.
Here is the following flight schedules:
Clark to Cebu route (v.v.) every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday
Clark to Davao route (v.v.) every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
Clark to Kalibo route (v.v.) every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday
Clark to Puerto Princesa route (v.v.) every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
What makes Airphil Express as the current the darling of the tourism crowd is its affordable rates and convenience-driven products and services like Web Check-In, Seat Selector, Travel Insurance, and Pre-Paid Baggage, as well as travel exclusives of as much as 15 kilos free baggage allowance and an additional 7-kilo free hand carry.
Unlike other airlines in the Philippines, Airphil Express was the first budget airline to assist travelers round-the-clock with its 24/7 customer service presence in social networking websites. Airphil Express also serves Manila-Singapore and Cebu-Hong Kong international routes.
Right now, Airphil Express offers tickets at their websites for as low as P188 from Clark To Kalibo, Cebu, Davao, or Puerto Princesa.
To know about the latest travel promotions of Airphil Express, visit www.airphilexpress.com. Guests can also keep in touch and provide immediate feedback to Airphil Express’ 24/7 customer support team by following www.twitter.com/airphilexpress and/or liking facebook.com/airphilexpressph.