The Four S’s of Stress-Free Travel

Simple reasons why it’s satisfying to fly from Clark

Manila – There are a lot of travel rules to live by, but few are as fool-proof as the ones we’ve gathered. Prepare yourself for a curated list of trip tips and tricks; it’s always a good time to reinvent your journeys into a relaxing experience – onboard a comfortable Philippine Airlines flight from the North’s very own airport hub.

Skip the lines. Getting stuck in road traffic? That’s last year’s problem. If you’re from Quezon City or the general Northern and Central Luzon area, why not avoid the packed EDSA traffic altogether? NLEX and other highways are now available for you to reach Clark International Airport faster and more conveniently. Not just that, the hub comes with less queues and more on-time flights! The only travel time that should matter is between the moment you board your plane to the minute you step off it.

Save by knowing where to fly from. Here’s a fact that’s surprisingly well-kept – airline flights from lesser-populated airports cost significantly less. That means you get a better airport experience for a lower cost, all for the same flight. Imagine amazing rates like just PHP 1,088 for a one-way economy base fare, taking you from Clark to Cebu. See, it’s not just the destination that makes a difference, but your origin point matters as well. 

Secure the flights you want. Get to fly to your heart’s content with the growing number of flights in and out of Clark! As the airport steadily builds its way to being the new hub for travel, Philippine Airlines is currently the site’s largest network with up to 346 weekly flights! Go straight from Clark International Airport to Seoul and 18 domestic locations (Siargao, San Vicente, Cauayan, San Jose, and more) – that means more destinations and flight schedules for your next getaway!

Spend on services that do matter. Wherever you’re headed, better make sure you’re satisfied and comfortable. Fly the way you deserve with Philippine Airlines! That’s a full-service experience complete with ample legroom and the signature Buong Pusong Alaga – plus a fleet of brand-new aircraft – a way to turn your standard flights into an immensely enjoyable journey.

Go ahead and take that flight in the most stress-free way possible! For more information on Philippine Airlines, visit, or follow its Facebook page (, Twitter (@flyPAL) and Instagram (@flyPAL).

About Philippine Airlines
Philippine Airlines (PAL) is the national flag carrier of the Philippines, proud to be the first and longest-serving airline in Asia under its original name since being founded in 1941. Philippine Airlines is a full-service scheduled airline whose fleet of 85 aircraft operate flights to 35 destinations in the Philippines and 40 international destinations in the United States, Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom, the Middle East, New Zealand and all over Asia. It also serves an additional 42 destinations through code share alliances with partner airlines. Philippine Airlines recently received a 4-Star global airline rating from Skytrax, the international air transport rating organization, having proven excellence and commitment to world-class standards across Skytrax’s global metrics that measure product and service quality.

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