Clark International Airport: Cheap Flights, Tickets, and Travel Deals

Cheap Flights to Clark International Airport

Clark International Airport (CRK) is a domestic and international air facility located approximately 80 kilometres to the northwest of Manila, Philippines. It is the primary airport serving the Mabalacat/Angeles region of the province of Pampanga. Flying into this airport allows travellers to avoid the hustle and bustle of Manila's busiest air facility, Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL).

Comparing the best deals on flights to Clark International Airport is easy with Skyscanner's flight search. Simply enter your departure city and the date you wish to travel into the information fields, and Skyscanner will show you the cheapest available airfares. If you're not yet sure when to travel, the Whole Month search feature can help you determine which dates offer the lowest priced fares.

Best Time to Fly to Clark International Airport

The peak tourist season in the Philippines runs from November to April, the driest months. During these months, hotels tend to fill up quickly, driving up room rates. Flight costs are also higher at this time of year, especially in January, when several popular festivals (including Ati-Atihan and the Feast of the Black Nazarene) are celebrated. The "wet" season in the Philippines typically runs from June through October, although rainfall tends to occur in short bursts.

The shoulder months, May and November, offer travellers the best of both worlds: dry, pleasant weather and fewer tourist crowds. However, keep in mind that the climate in the Philippines can be unpredictable, with typhoons occurring as early as January or as late as August. You'll want to be sure to check weather forecasts before planning your trip to the islands.

Airlines That Fly to Clark International Airport

There are no airlines that serve direct flights from Canada to Clark International Airport. Asiana Airlines, Cathay Dragon, Jin Air, and Philippine Airlines are among the carriers offering connecting air service to this airport, with daily flights available from Seoul or Hong Kong. If you've decided on a travel date, Skyscanner's Price Alert tool can help you monitor airfares for these and other airlines. To learn more about setting price alerts, click here.

What to Expect When Arriving at the Airport

Clark International Airport consists of a single, two-level passenger terminal (Diosdado Macapagal Terminal). Plans are underway to open three new terminals, which will increase Clark International Airport's passenger capacity from 1.5 million to over 100 million passengers per year. Diosdado Macapagal Terminal features two aerobridges as well as Arrivals and Departures lounges.

Clark International Airport is conveniently situated near Andres Bonifacio Avenue, which connects motorists with Clark Freeport Zone in five minutes. Metered taxis are available outside of the Arrivals exit and provide the most convenient way to reach the city centre as well as destinations throughout North Luzon, South Luzon, and Manila.

Other ground transportation options at Clark International Airport are airport limousines, hotel shuttles, and private shuttles. There are also shared jeepneys that run to Angeles City in 25 to 30 minutes and a shuttle operated by Philtranco that runs to Trinoma Mall in Manila in around 2.5 hours. Those who would prefer to drive can rent a car from one of the trusted car hire agencies operating inside of Clark International Airport's terminal building.

Airport Facilities

Dotted throughout Clark International Airport's small but efficient passenger terminal, you'll find a few amenities and services designed to ease visitors' arrival in the city, including a currency exchange kiosk, a bank, a café, a duty-free shop, a smoking lounge, and mobile charging station. The airport also has a paid-access VIP lounge located on the upper level of the terminal (airside). Free WiFi is available throughout Clark International Airport.

What to See and Do in Clark Freeport Zone

Clark Freeport Zone is home to several important landmarks, which provide a good starting point for any tour of Pampanga Province. They include The Sakalot, a structure symbolizing the defense treaty between the Philippines and the United States; the Monument of Col. John Stotsenburg, which marks one of the locations where artillery training was conducted during the 1899 Battle of Quinga; and US Memorial Cemetery, which contains the remains of 8,000 soldiers who fought in the Philippine-American and Spanish-American wars. A few other worthwhile stops to add to your itinerary are Clark Museum, Air Force City Park, and Fontana Water Park.

Airports near Luzon Clark International:

 Who flies to Luzon Clark International

 Airport Contact Details

Luzon Clark International Airport
Tel:6345 893 4156


Clark International Airport Corporation

 Location Details

Longitude:120° 33' 0'' E
Latitude:15° 10' 59'' N

 Airport Location

Google map

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.