Good news to all travel enthusiast out there, Philippine Airlines (PAL) on December 16, 2016 launches their first ever Clark-Caticlan Flight at the Clark International Airport (CIAC). After the previous reports that PAL launches new flight destinations via Clark International Airport, finally Boracay has been made accessible via Clark after the Clark-Catgiclan Inaugural flight ceremony held at domestic lounge of CIAC. The said event was attended by Transportation Secretary Arthur Tugade and Clark International Airport Corporation (CIAC) President and CEO Alexander Cauguiran. This move will surely be of help not only on Duterte’s call of decongesting the traffic in the Metro but will definitely give an ease to travelers from Clark going to Caticlan and vice versa. More flight destinations were about to be launched by year 2017
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