Jetstar Asia Resumes Services To Clark

Singapore: This morning marked the resumption of Jetstar Asia’s (3K) services to Clark International Airport in the Philippines, as flight 3K775 took off from Singapore’s Changi Airport.

The low-cost carrier’s fleet of Airbus A320s will operate four return services each week, increasing to five return services from 18 October 2024, to meet increasing demand, offering more than 90,000 low-fare seats between the two destinations next year.

This popular destination, north of Manila, is a key destination for tourists and business travellers, as well as those visiting family and friends.

Renowned for its cultural heritage and natural beauty, Clark offers a wide variety of attractions and experiences where visitors can spend the day exploring, shopping and enjoying vibrant local cuisine and warm hospitality.

Jetstar Asia’s COO, Geoffrey Lui said this route reinforced Jetstar Asia’s commitment to making the region more accessible.

“Clark serves as an important hub for both business and leisure travellers, and we are excited to offer more travel options for our customers,” Mr. Lui said.

“With so many reasons to visit Clark, our crew and our passengers have been looking forward to our return to this popular destination so it’s great to add Clark back to our network.”

President and CEO of Luzon International Premiere Airport Development Corp, manager and operator of Clark International Airport, Mr. Noel F. Manankil, shared his enthusiasm about the resumption.

“Today, we welcome Jetstar Asia back to Clark International Airport,” Mr Manankil said.

“This eagerly anticipated event is not just a moment of celebration, but a showcase of the relationship history between Clark International Airport and Jetstar Asia.

“With heartfelt gratitude, we extend our warmest thanks, as we eagerly anticipate the comfort and flexibility this will bring to our passengers.”

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