Philippine Airlines said it will add eight domestic routes from Clark and Cebu hubs in the first quarter of the year.
“We are introducing new domestic routes to allow travelers to reach their desired destinations without the need to transit in Manila. Passengers get to experience the unique PAL brand of service even on short flights,” said PAL president Jaime Bautista.
The airline will fly four times a week from Clark to Cebu starting Jan. 30, 2017. Flights will increase to daily on March 26.
The three-times weekly Clark to Davao flight begins in February and the service increases to four times weekly on March 26.
The three times a week Clark to Puerto Princesa service starts March 26. The daily Clark to Coron flights, using the 56-seater Q300 airplane, will beginMarch 26.
The other new routes out of Clark will use the 199-seater Airbus A321 jet.
PAL started using Clark as hub of operations on Dec. 16 last year with a Clark-Caticlan service, followed by the first international flight, Clark-Incheon on Jan. 1.