Clark International Airport

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Clark International Airport (Pangyatung Sulapawan ning Clark, ), is an airport that is an international gateway to the Philippines within Clark Freeport Zone in Angeles City and Mabalacat City, located 43.2 NM northwest of Manila.wikipedia
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Angeles, Philippines

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Clark International Airport (Pangyatung Sulapawan ning Clark, ), is an airport that is an international gateway to the Philippines within Clark Freeport Zone in Angeles City and Mabalacat City, located 43.2 NM northwest of Manila.
Angeles is served by the Clark International Airport in Clark Freeport Zone.

Pampanga

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The airport is located in the province of Pampanga and is accessible through the Subic–Clark–Tarlac Expressway, which is connected to the North Luzon Expressway.
Pampanga is served by Clark International Airport (formerly Diosdado Macapagal International Airport), which is in Clark Freeport Zone, some 16 km north of the provincial capital.

Mabalacat

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Clark International Airport (Pangyatung Sulapawan ning Clark, ), is an airport that is an international gateway to the Philippines within Clark Freeport Zone in Angeles City and Mabalacat City, located 43.2 NM northwest of Manila.
The Clark International Airport, as well as the numerous hotels, casinos, golf courses, and resorts in Clark Freeport, are mostly situated in Mabalacat City.

Clark Air Base

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The name is derived from the former American Clark Air Force Base which was the largest overseas base of the United States Air Force until it was closed in 1991 and handed over to the Government of the Philippines.
Following the departure of American forces in 1991 due to the eruption of Mount Pinatubo, the base eventually became the site of Clark International Airport, the Clark Freeport Zone and the Air Force City of the Philippine Air Force.

Clark Freeport and Special Economic Zone

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Clark International Airport (Pangyatung Sulapawan ning Clark, ), is an airport that is an international gateway to the Philippines within Clark Freeport Zone in Angeles City and Mabalacat City, located 43.2 NM northwest of Manila.
Most of which of this air base was converted to the Clark International Airport and some remained under the control of the Philippine Air Force.

Philippines

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Clark International Airport (Pangyatung Sulapawan ning Clark, ), is an airport that is an international gateway to the Philippines within Clark Freeport Zone in Angeles City and Mabalacat City, located 43.2 NM northwest of Manila.
Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) serves the Greater Manila Area together with Clark International Airport.

Ninoy Aquino International Airport

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During the administration of former President Fidel V. Ramos, it was designated to be the future primary international gateway of the Philippines and the major international airport of Metro Manila and its neighboring provinces when Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Metro Manila has reached full capacity and can no longer be expanded.
However, in practice, both NAIA and Clark International Airport, located in the Clark Freeport Zone in Pampanga serve the Manila area, with Clark catering mostly to low-cost carriers because of its lower landing fees compared to those charged at NAIA.

Manila

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Clark International Airport (Pangyatung Sulapawan ning Clark, ), is an airport that is an international gateway to the Philippines within Clark Freeport Zone in Angeles City and Mabalacat City, located 43.2 NM northwest of Manila.
The city is also served by the Ninoy Aquino International Airport and Clark International Airport.

Harold M. Clark

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The United States Cavalry established Fort Stotsenberg in 1902 and later converted a portion of which into an air field, which was, in turn, renamed Clark Air Field in 1919—in honor of aviator Major Harold Melville Clark—and was used as one of the most important overseas bases during the 2nd World War.
Clark Air Base, Clark International Airport, and New Clark City in the Philippines are named after Clark.

Subic–Clark–Tarlac Expressway

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The airport is located in the province of Pampanga and is accessible through the Subic–Clark–Tarlac Expressway, which is connected to the North Luzon Expressway.
It crosses the Pasig-Potrero River at approach to Angeles, and curves eastward and then northward near Clark Freeport and Clark International Airport.

Skyway (Metro Manila)

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The future corridor between NAIA and Clark International Airport is the Metro Manila Skyway Stage 3 from NLEx to SLEx and NAIA Expressway from Skyway and SLEx to NAIA Terminals.
With the completion of the Skyway Extension Stage 3 scheduled in 2020, the elevated expressway will connect to the North Luzon Expressway in Quezon City and help cut the travel time between Manila and Clark International Airport in Pampanga.

Victory Liner

Regular bus services going directly to Metro Manila and Northern provinces are served by Victory Liner, Partas and Philtranco; although not operating after midnight hours.
In 2012, Victory Liner has tied up with AirAsia Philippines, the country’s newest low cost airline, to provide free shuttle service for inbound and outbound passengers of Clark International Airport for the convenience of AirAsia passengers and guests.

Philtranco

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Regular bus services going directly to Metro Manila and Northern provinces are served by Victory Liner, Partas and Philtranco; although not operating after midnight hours.
Clark International Airport

Cebu Pacific

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Its main base is Ninoy Aquino International Airport, Manila, with other hubs at Mactan-Cebu International Airport, Clark International Airport, Kalibo International Airport Francisco Bangoy International Airport, Iloilo International Airport, and Laguindingan Airport.

Metro Manila

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During the administration of former President Fidel V. Ramos, it was designated to be the future primary international gateway of the Philippines and the major international airport of Metro Manila and its neighboring provinces when Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Metro Manila has reached full capacity and can no longer be expanded.
The other airport that serves Metro Manila is the Clark International Airport in Angeles, Pampanga which is located 80 kilometers away.

Philippine Airlines

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Out of its hubs at Ninoy Aquino International Airport of Manila, Clark International Airport of Angeles, Mactan-Cebu International Airport of Cebu, and Francisco Bangoy International Airport of Davao, Philippine Airlines serves 31 destinations in the Philippines and 41 overseas destinations in Southeast Asia, East Asia, Middle East, Oceania, North America and Europe.

Philippines AirAsia

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On August 15, 2011, AirAsia Philippines took delivery of its first aircraft, a brand-new Airbus A320 which arrived at Clark International Airport in Clark, Angeles City, Pampanga.

Genesis Transport

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On 15 January 2013, an additional stop was opened in TriNoma Mall that will operates 24 hours a day and will be initially offered by Genesis, Five Star, and Philtranco.
Clark International Airport, Mabalacat City, Pampanga

History of Clark Air Base

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* History of Clark Air Base
On 26 November 1991, the U.S. government formally turned Clark over to the Philippine government, which transformed the airfield into the Clark International Airport.

North Luzon Expressway

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The airport is located in the province of Pampanga and is accessible through the Subic–Clark–Tarlac Expressway, which is connected to the North Luzon Expressway.

Luzon

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Clark serves the general vicinity of central and northern Luzon.

United States Air Force

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The name is derived from the former American Clark Air Force Base which was the largest overseas base of the United States Air Force until it was closed in 1991 and handed over to the Government of the Philippines.

Government of the Philippines

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The name is derived from the former American Clark Air Force Base which was the largest overseas base of the United States Air Force until it was closed in 1991 and handed over to the Government of the Philippines.