Clark (CRK) Airport

Clark CRK Airport Overview

Clark International Airport CRK - also referred to as 'CIAC' - 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.

CIAC 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.  

NOTICES:
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According to the Philippine Transportation Department DOTC - Both Clark & NAIA (Aquino) airports are being developed into international hubs.
-  All Airport Staff has recently attended the 'Business Excellence Self-assessment Training' - benefiting the passengers they serve, as well as raising the bar at Clark Airport.  Airport Management is making drastic positive changes and passengers & airlines take note of it.
- The new Robinsons Starmills Transport Hub/ Bus Terminal  in San Fernando (Pampanga) provides transport options to/from the Airport, and a ticketing lounge.
- A passenger sevice charge /Terminal fee applies to all passengers, with the exception of children under 2 years, overseas Philipino workers with OEC's, PSC ahtletes & government officers:  International departing passengers pay Php 600; domestic departing passengers pay Php 150.

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 now has a capacity of handling 6M passengers annually; covers 19,800 sq.meters, and is able to accommodate the wide-body planes of Emirates and Qatar on their long-haul flights from the Middle East.

The new LCC (Low-Cost-Carrier) Terminal is to open in 2016 (no further news available).

Present and future Airport Development:  
- The first phase of Airport development
aims for 3M passenger capacity a year - expected to be completed by 2017.
- The second phase of development i
s to reach another 5M capacity and will include 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 .
- As of June 2016, China is to construct a railway system between Manila and the Airport - to be completed within two years. There is also a  proposal for a railway to the Luzon area in the North with a catchment of 22M people.   
 


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