STARLUX continues its expansion with the launch of a new route between Taipei and Clark, Philippines – just north of the Philippine capital of Manila.

From August 15, STARLUX will start daily flights between its hub at Taipei-Taoyuan to Clark using its Airbus A321neo aircraft.

Clark will be STARLUX's third destination in the Philippines, following Manila and Cebu. With the new connection to the northern Philippines, the airline will serve Clark – once home to the largest US military base in Asia – which has since become a special commercial zone.

With the addition of Clark, STARLUX's network covers 18 destinations in Asia and North America.

STARLUX will be the third airline to operate flights between Taipei and Clark. Cebu Pacific and EVA Air currently operate flights between the two cities.

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