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Clark (CRK) Airport

Clark CRK Airport Overview

Clark International Airport CRK serves the immediate vicinity of the Clark Economic Zone of Central Luzon and Angeles City, and is the Philippine's fastest-growing airport.  Due to its strategic location, it is only between 1.5 to 4 hours by air from most major Asian cities, and less than 2 hours by car from Metro Manila or  the Subic Bay Freeport. 
Clark Airport is managed by the government-owned Clark International Airport Corporation (CIAC), who is aiming to make Clark International a competitive aviation services center for the Asia-Pacific region by 2015; a secondary airport of choice by 2017, and a premier world-class airport of the Philippines by 2020.

CRK Airport is located in Angeles City, in the province of Pampanga,  directly accessible from the Clark South Interchange from the Subic-Clark / Tarlac Expressway (SCTEx). It is  80 km from Metro Manila or Subic Bay, reached directly by the NLEX (Northern Luzon Expressway).

With two runways and an estimated 1.2M passengers a year, Clark International Airport is hub to Asia & beyond, presently served by major and low-cost carriers offering flights within the Asia-Pacific region.
Qatar Airways started in 2013 their non-stop daily flights to Doha (and has committed to their presence at Clark in the future), paving the way for Middle East airlines to serve Central & Northern Luzon areas. 
An Airport Terminal and Security fee for all passengers (600php) and Philippine Travel Tax for international departures (1,620php) is charged both  to Filipinos and foreign residents.

Present Terminal 1
houses two boarding bridges, X-ray walk-through machines, centralized air conditioning system, two VIP lounges, a concession area, and new elevators and escalators.  With the completion of its expansion project, the Terminal is able to accommodates the wide-body planes of Emirates and Qatar on their long-haul flights from the Middle East:  (In 2013 Emirates started its non-stop daily flights from Dubai on Boeing 777)  while Qatar operates its non-stop daily flights from Doha using Boeing 330-300).

Future Premier Gateway Terminal 2
- designed to accommode 7 million passengers annually - is in its second phase of development; upon its completion by 2014/15, Terminal 1 is to handle all domestic routes.

Transportation options from Clark Airport to your destination:  (aside from taking a taxi): The Bus Lounge in the TriNoma Mall serves the following buses to Manila: Genesis, Five Star, Philtranco, Victory Liner. Jeepneys provide shuttle service between the Airrport and Clark City, or to the Dau BusTerminal (for Philippine Rabbit, Genesis Transport, Partas, and 5 Star).

Present and future Airport Development:  Aside from the current expansion of Terminal 1, and ongoing phase 2 construction of new Terminal 2, the Airport will make the following improvements:
(a) The First Phase of construction, to be completed by 2014, calls for construction of airport plaza, transport plaza, covered parking, and new taxiways & aprons, the expansion of existing apron, access road and interchange works, the demoliton of some buildings, and the development of utilities.
(b) The Second Phase of construction will include the extension of the eastern runway to 4,000 meters, and construction of a new runway, a shopping center, new taxiways & aprons, new cargo terminal complex & a new control tower.

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