Thursday, August 5, 2010

Clark International Airport - Angeles City, Pampanga Part 2

Airports are always a welcome development. But making Clark Field as the country's premier airport to replace Ninoy Aquino International Airport is the brainchild of someone with the brain of an ant! It is 85 kilometers from Metro Manila - a 2-hour bus ride (worth PhP300-350).


Shops inside the Pre-Departure Area include: Tesoro’s (Philippine Handicraft, etc.), Smokey’s, Mile High Coffee Shop, Royal Caribbean (selling Jamaican Patties), San Miguel Food Shop, The Coffee Experience,Mister Donut, Air Ways Coffee Express, a Duty-Free Shop, Bookazine and Atin Ito Philippine Handicraft. There is an RCBC ATM Machine at the right side by the airport entrance, and there are a few more at the Arrivals Hall, which also has a canteen and bus counter stands nearby!


These sheds have been removed following renovations.


July 2010

April 2010: What a few months does to the lands!

Philtranco Bus Service To/From Clark Field:

You can take a bus at the Main Bus Terminal in Pasay City or at the back of SM Megamall which has a Philtranco bus terminal. You can book on the phone through these numbers: +63 2 851-8077, +63 2 851-8078, +63 2 851-8079. If you’re traveling alone, booking may not be necessary, but if you’re with a group, it’s better to reserve seats. Megamall to Clark Field will cost you PhP300 (and vice versa). Pasay City to Clark will cost you PhP350. You can also book online -

Arrivals at Clark Field will have Philtranco buses waiting just outside the Arrival Area, unless probably if your trip has been delayed! There’s also a taxi stand just outside the airport.

Philtranco Terminal at the back of Megamall (Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila).

Please check out previous post for more information and "Checking-in 101 for Dummies" -

Philtranco bus waiting just outside the Arrival Area of Clark International Airport.

This is the Eye in the Sky!

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