Cheap Flights From Angeles to Roxas City
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- Wed 15 JanCRKRXSPhilippines AirAsiaIndirectOne way from P5,219
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Flight information Luzon Clark International to Roxas City
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Frequently asked questions
Roxas City is the capital city of the province of Capiz in Western Visayas. The city is named after Manuel Roxas, the First President of the Philippine Third Republic. The city is also famous for its seafood and is fondly called the Seafood Capital of the Philippines. There are many seafood restaurants in the city’s Baybay District. You can choose from many varieties of fresh fishes, crabs, mussels and have it cooked any way you want. A definite must-visit… again and again.
Roxas City also has some attractions for adventure-seekers. There are several beautiful waterfalls and beaches in and around the city. Another must in your itinerary is the Panay Church, home of the largest functioning Roman Catholic church bell in Asia.
Flying From Clark International to Roxas City
There are no direct flights from Clark International to Roxas City. Flying into Roxas City from Clark will be by way of connecting flights to multiple cities or driving to Manila and departing from there. Cebu Pacific operates connecting flights with stops in Cebu and Manila. For a simpler route, most people prefer to fly out the Philippines from Manila. Check out the schedules and great deals on airfares to Roxas City. Sign up for Skyscanner Price Alerts to get the best deals on airline combinations!
Budget Airlines that fly from Clark International to Roxas City
There are no budget airlines that serve the direct route from Clark International in Pampanga to Roxas City. Passengers can travel on Cebu Pacific from Clark with multiple stops in Cebu and Manila.
Departure from Clark International Airport (CRK)
Clark International Airportis an international airport serving the general area of Pampanga and the rest of Central Luzon. It is easily accessible from Subic, Metro Manila and other cities in Luzon. Currently, the airport is served by many bus companies and taxi services. For shorter distances, traveling to the airport by jeepney is also possible. Jeepney fare is PHP 15.00, while passengers who are coming in from as far as Metro Manila can take a bus ride from the Trinoma Mall for PHP 250.00 for a one-way trip. Travel time to Clark International from Trinoma Mall is approximately one hour, depending on traffic. Passports and visas are not required for domestic travel. All passengers for domestic flights will be required to pay a Php 150.00 Terminal Fee.
Arrival at Roxas Airport (RXS)
Roxas Airport is the gateway for air transport to the city. The airport serving the general area of Roxas City, Capiz and other towns in the northeastern part of Panay Island. The terminal building is a modest structure with basic facilities. For transport into the city, taxis and tricycles are available at the airport. A tricycles ride to downtown Roxas would cost an average of PHP 50.00 while taxis will cost approximately PHP 120.00. Travel time to the city’s hotels from the airport would take about 10-15minutes.
What to Expect in Roxas City
Roxas City, located on the northeastern coast of Panay Island, is a small and laid-back city. Its downtown area is compact and quite walkable. Most locals and tourists get around the city by tricycle. Minimum fare for tricycle is PHP 8.00. Metered taxis are also available in the city center, and fares start at PHP 30.00. Jeepneys, buses, and vans are generally used when traveling to the neighboring town or other destinations in Panay. In the new district called Pueblo de Panay, there are shuttle buses called Libot which are bigger than the usual passenger jeepneys.
The highlight of any Roxas City holiday is its seafood. Tourists would either spend their time at the many seafood restaurants in the city or go on fishing trips to the nearby Olotayan Island. While the cost of food in Roxas and Clark is quite similar, seafood is definitely fresher and more abundant here in Roxas City.
This information is correct as of February 2017.
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