Clark Airport in the Philippine province of Pampanga - north of Manila - will see select international flights during the month of August.

According to an update on the Clark International Airport website, the airport's international flight network next month will include Dubai, Seoul, Doha, and Singapore.

Among the airlines, Scoot plans to resume flights from Singapore on August 3 (Monday), followed Jin Air (Seoul-  August 10) and Jetstar Asia (Singapore - August 12).

In addition to the international flights, Clark will serve domestic flights operated to Cebu and Davao by Philippine Airlines, Cebu Pacific, and Philippines AirAsia.

Clark International Airport's flight schedules for August (updated July 29) are as follows:

INTERNATIONAL

Asiana: Seoul - Wednesday/Friday

Emirates: Dubai – Six days a week (Except Sunday)

Jeju Air: Seoul – Tuesday/Friday

Jetstar Asia: Singapore – Wednesday (starting August 12)

Jin Air: Seoul – Monday/Wednesday (starting August 10)

Qatar Airways: Doha – Five days a week (Monday/Tuesday/Thursday/Friday/Saturday)

Scoot: Singapore – Monday (August 3)

DOMESTIC

Cebu Pacific: Cebu – August 1, and every Tuesday starting August 4

Philippine Airlines: Davao – Friday

Philippines AirAsia: Davao - Saturday


Emirates

According to a release from Emirates, the Dubai-based carrier stated its six-times weekly service will use Boeing 777-300ER aircraft. Clark will be the second destination the carrier has resumed in the Philippines following the capital of Manila.

Emirates' flight schedule for its Dubai-Clark services effective August 1 is as follows: 

(Monday, Wednesday, Saturday)

EK2520 Dubai-Clark ETD: 0255H ETA: 1545H

EK338 Clark-Dubai ETD: 1715H ETA: 2140H

(Tuesday, Thursday, Friday)

EK2572 Dubai-Clark ETD: 0450H ETA: 1740H

EK338 Clark-Dubai ETD: 1910H ETA: 2335H



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