Following the opening of the new passenger terminal building at Clark International Airport, two South Korean-based budget airlines will be relaunching flights to the airport north of the Philippine capital of Manila.

According to the Clark Airport's website, Jeju Air will launch flights between Clark and Seoul-Incheon with a twice-weekly schedule (Thursday/Sunday).

Following Jeju Air's relaunch, Jin Air will start operating flights on the same route on May 16 with a four-times weekly schedule (Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday/Sunday).

With the opening, Clark Airport has seen the shift of the foreign airlines operating at the airport to the new terminal. Currently the airport is serving outbound international flights by Jetstar Asia and Scoot to Singapore, Emirates to Dubai, Qatar Airways to Doha.

Local airlines Cebu Pacific and Philippine Airlines have also switched to the new passenger terminal.

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