Cheap Flights From Siargao Island To Clark International | Skyscanner Philippines
Flight information Siargao Island to Luzon Clark International
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Average flight time, total distance 839 kilometres
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Luzon Clark International
Located about 90 kilometers from Metro Manila, Clark, a redevelopment area in Angeles, Pampanga is a traveler’s haven with countless hotels, dining options, golf courses, shopping centers, and other similar establishments. On top of these, there are more attractions that make it a destination that is worthy of one’s time, money, and effort. They are Stotsenburg Park, an outdoor space that is defined by historic monuments, lush fields, and neatly asphalted roads; Clearwater Resort and Country Club, a resort hotel that made a name for itself due to its charm, attractiveness, and exceptional rendition of the American suburban lifestyle; and Clark Museum, an institution that houses a number of true-to-life artifacts and old photographs, to name a few.
With all the tourist draws in mind, it is no wonder it is flocked by both local and international tourists alike. When it comes to local ones, many come as far as Siargao, an island in Siargao Del Norte (Mindanao).
What airlines fly the Siargao – Clark route?
At present, there are no direct flights from Siargao to Clark. For this reason, Siargao-based individuals who are contemplating of heading over to Clark, Pampanga can consider flying over to Manila via Skyjet and then from Manila to Clark via Philippine Airlines.
What should passengers expect from the airports?
• Sayak Airport (IAO)
Siargao Airport is widely known as Sayak Airport and it is the air transportation hub that serves the whole province of Surigao Del Norte. It is a minor domestic airport (Class 2) that handles aircrafts that has a minimum seating capacity of 19. It also has noteworthy amenities such as dining options, x-ray machines, arrivals as well as departures lounges, souvenir stores, and many others.
• Clark International Airport (CRK)
Clark International Airport—formerly Diosdado Macapagal International Airport—is the commercial aviation infrastructure that serves the Pampanga and other nearby provinces. One of the biggest airports in the Philippines in terms of land area, it boasts of 3,200 meter long runway (can also accommodate cargo planes), taxiways, ATMs, banks, currency exchange stations, a day care center, restaurants, cafes, fast food chains, duty free stores, and more.
What about transportation?
• Sayak Airport (IAO)
Getting to Sayak Airport from the key points of Surigao Del Norte is easy since many transportation options are available in the province. Passengers can choose from airport shuttle vehicles that charge about USD 3.96 to USD 5.95 or PHP 200.00 to PHP 300.00, tricycles that charge about USD .59 or PHP 30.00, and rental cars that charge USD 39.69 or PHP 2,000.00 per day.
• Clark International Airport
From Clark International Airport, reaching Clark’s finest attractions is a seamless thing to do due to the presence of jeepneys and non air-conditioned buses that charge about USD .34 or PHP 17.50, air-conditioned buses that charge about USD 1.98 or PHP 100.00 per trip, taxis that charge about USD 3.96 to USD 5.95 or PHP 200.00 to PHP 300.00, and rental vehicles that charge about USD 72.57 or PHP 3,656.07 per day).
What are the visa requirements?
Visas are not necessary when traveling domestically in the Philippines; for this reason, Siargao-based individuals who want to travel to Clark do not have to apply for them or even bring their passports. They simply need to purchase air tickets and they are ready to go.
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