A total of 19 international weekly flights will be flying out of Clark International Airport (CRK) this August, more than double what’s available in July.
CRK airport authorities have been ramping up efforts to gradually increase the number of flights to open up more opportunities for Filipinos stranded abroad to come home and all essential travelers.
Starting August 1, 2020, there will be additional flights to South Korea via Asiana Airlines, and Doha, Qatar via Qatar Airways.
There will be two flights weekly to Singapore via Scoot every Monday and Jetstar on Sundays.
On the domestic front, Cebu Pacific will resume its Cebu-Clark-Cebu flight on August 1, and every Tuesday thereafter.
Flights at CRK beginning August 1 are as follows:
- Asiana Airlines: Incheon-Clark-Incheon every Wednesday and Friday
- Emirates: Dubai-Clark-Dubai daily, except Sunday
- Jeju Air: Incheon-Clark-Incheon every Tuesday and Friday
- Jetstar: Singapore-Clark-Singapore every Sunday starting August 12
- Jin Air: Incheon-Clark-Incheon every Monday and Wednesday
- Qatar Airways: Doha-Clark-Doha daily except Wednesday and Sunday
- Scoot: Singapore-Clark-Singapore every Monday
- Cebu Pacific: Cebu-Clark-Cebu every Tuesday from August 4
- Philippine Airlines: Davao-Clark-Davao every Friday
- AirAsia: Clark-Davao-Clark every Saturday
In compliance with standards set by the Inter-agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases, all passengers arriving from an international flight will be subject to mandatory real-time reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) test at the airport and should stay in a government-accredited hotel facility while they wait for test results.
Domestic travelers, on the other hand, are advised to check with their destinations regarding health and security protocols.