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Clark Airport reopens flight to El Nido via AirSwift

Clark International Airport (CRK) re-launched AirSWIFT’s three-times weekly Clark-El Nido and vice versa flight, aiming at growing the tourism industry in both destinations.

AirSWIFT will be bringing El Nido bound guests and visitors via flight AirSWIFT T6 211 | 210 e every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.  Since its inaugural flight last October 27, the airline has offered a 48-seater aircraft for the Clark-El Nido destination and will eventually upgrade to a 72-seater capacity.

Fely Anne Salvador, AirSWIFT COO expressed her gratitude for the Luzon International Premier Airport Development Corporation (LIPAD), the operator and manager of the Clark International Airport (CRK). 

“We hear the plight of our travelers and tourists who want their much-deserved vacation to start at the airport and not worry about little things that may cause strain during the trip. The airport sets the tone, and what better way to start this experience than in the new Clark International Airport and partnered with a trusted airline like AirSWIFT,” Salvador shared.

The relaunching is set to bring local and foreign visitors alike to see and experience what Clark (and Pampanga) alongside El Nido (and Palawan) can offer; from the cultural immersion, delicious foods and flavor, historical spots, recreational activities, hotels, wellness centers, and restaurants, beaches, and more. 

AirSWIFT suspended its Clark-El Nido flights during the onset of the pandemic and CRK is thrilled to bring back sought after destinations remaining true as a “gateway to more.”

Gerone Baladhay
Gerone Baladhay
Gerone is a freelance writer, editor and writing coach. He is a spoken word artist and author of a chapbook called "Burarul". He loves traveling with his second-hand Toyota 2013 vioz. A fan of pizza, anime, all that is Kapampangan, the beach, mountains, BL series, and the oxford comma.
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