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Flights from Clark to San Francisco

Flight information Luzon Clark International to San Francisco International

Cheapest return price last month

P27,730

Direct airlines

0

Average flight time, total distance 11225 kilometres

15h 25min

Most popular airline last month

Korean Air

San Francisco International

1 airport

San Francisco, also known as the “City by the Bay,” is loved by countless local and international travelers for its unique setting as well as vibrant character. With regard to international ones, those from the Philippines are some of the most popular.

 

To fully appreciate it, though, visitors should experience Alcatraz Island, a federal prison that operated from 1934 to 1963 and at present, it is an attractive area for nesting birds; the Fisherman’s Wharf, a tourist area that has gained notoriety for its beautiful waterfront setting that is complemented by restaurants, cafes, and other dining options; and Twin Peaks, two uninhabited hills that are close to 1,000 feet (304.80 meters) and boasts of arguably the finest view in San Francisco.

 

First-timers as well as frequent travelers should bear in mind that before heading over to the “City by the Bay,” they need to take note of a couple of things—particularly—issues that are related to the airports that they would use in the process. This is a must for those who want to achieve a fun as well as stress-free vacation that is just one for the books. Filipinos who are going to travel to San Francisco via Clark, Pampanga may find this essential.

 

What airlines fly the Clark – San Francisco route?

 

At present, there are a number of tried and tested aviation companies that offer connecting flights from Clark to San Francisco. They are Dragonair (via Hong Kong), EVA Air (via Taipei), Cathay Pacific (via Hong Kong), Asiana (via Seoul), and United Airlines (via Beijing).

 

What should passengers expect from the airports?

 

·         Clark International Airport

 

Travelers from the Philippine’s Central Luzon and National Capital Region (includes Metro Manila) may use Clark International Airport for their San Francisco trip. Set in a 2,367-hectare property, it is one of the biggest commercial aviation complexes in Asia when it comes to land area.

 

In addition to its immense workspace, it also prides itself of several satisfactory amenities that are specifically designed to allow passengers to accomplish a convenient getaway. They are ATMs (and other banking facilities), restaurants, cafes, air ticket assistance offices, car rental kiosks, taxi bays, a day care center, a medical clinic, and many others.

 

·         San Francisco International Airport

 

San Francisco International Airport is the biggest of three leading air transportation infrastructures in San Francisco and the busiest in California. Despite these, using it for a particular trip is commending due to its state-of-the-art amenities and courteous personnel. The amenities that passengers can enjoy include dining options (cafes, restaurants, bakeries, and so on), computerized information as well as air ticket offices), shopping centers, medical centers, first aid stations, a yoga room, an animal relief area, wheel chair kiosks, nurseries, a library, a museum, and many others.

 

What about transportation?

 

·         Clark International Airport

 

Getting to Clark International Airport from Pampanga, Metro Manila, and other nearby areas is easy due to the country’s well-planned public transportation system.

 

From Angeles, Pampanga, passengers can choose from non air-conditioned jeepneys (USD .31 or PHP 15.00), air-conditioned jeepneys (USD 2.07 or PHP 100.00), regular taxis (about USD 6.21 or PHP 300.00), and rental cars (starts at USD 75.30 or PHP 3,636.93 per day). From Metro Manila, they can use Trinoma Mall buses (USD 5.17 or PHP 250.00), provincial buses (USD 11.38 or PHP 550.00), and taxis (approximately USD 47.61 or PHP 2,300.00), and rental cars (daily rates start at USD 75.30 or PHP 3,636.93).

 

·         San Francisco International Airport

 

From San Francisco International Airport, reaching one’s accommodation place or visiting San Francisco’s most sought after attractions is a cinch since the airport can be easily accessed by public transportation. Interested parties can go for trains (USD 8.65 or PHP 417.79), city buses (starts at USD 2.00 or PHP 96.60), shuttle buses (USD 18.00 or PHP 869.40), taxis (about USD 50.00 or PHP 2,415.00), and rental cars (starts at USD 41.17 or PHP 1,988.51).

 

What about food expenses?

 

Food are more expensive in the United States than in the Philippines. For instance, a fast food meal may cost around USD 7.00 or PHP 338.10 in the former, but only about USD 2.50 or PHP 120.75 in the latter.

 

What are the visa requirements?

 

Filipino travelers who are planning to go to San Francisco and other cities, municipalities, and states in the United States of America (USA) for tourism, business, medical treatment, education, employment, and others, are mandated by the USA government to submit certain documents. They include a passport with a validity of six months, a non-immigrant visa, documents proving their financial capacity, and a return ticket (tourism, business, medical treatment, and other similar trips). Furthermore, before their personal appearance at the US Embassy, travelers are required to pay for the specific visa expenses:

 

Visitor, transit, student – USD 140.00 or PHP 6,762.00

Fiancée – USD 350.00 or PHP 16,905.00

Temporary worker – USD 150.00 or PHP 7,245.00

Investor, Trader – USD 390.00 or PHP 18,837.00

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