Royal Air to start 5 flights via Clark

Royal Air Charter Service Inc., a Philippine-registered air carrier, said it will start daily flights to Puerto Princesa, Cebu, Caticlan, Tagbilaran and San Vicente (Palawan) from Clark International Airport on Nov. 12 this year.

Royal Air said it would mount daily direct flights from Clark to these new destinations after being given the authority to operate as a commercial scheduled airline with both domestic and international flights by the Civil Aeronautics Board on July 26.

“These new destinations promoting tourist attractions in the southern Philippines will definitely draw in more foreigners wanting to visit the country via Clark,” Alex Cauguiran, president of Clark International Airport Corp., said.

Royal Air has been serving the Clark to Cagayan North (Lal-lo) route with weekly chartered flights since April 29, Cauguiran said.

The air carrier will be using the British Aerospace (BAe) AVRO 146-100 aircraft, a four-engine 97-seater regional airliner, for its daily service.

Topics: Royal Air Charter Service Inc. , Clark International Airport , Civil Aeronautics Board , Alex Cauguiran
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