AIRLINES FLYING IN TO CLARK
Zest Airways, Inc. operating
as AirAsia Zest (formerly Asian
Spirit and Zest Air),
are based at NAIA,
Manila. They operate scheduled domestic and international tourist
services, mainly feeder services linking Manila and
(and returning to Clark International Airport) with 24 domestic
destinations in support of the trunk route operations of other
airlines. In 2013, the airline became an affiliate of
Philippines AirAsia operating
their brand separately.
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The airline was originally founded as Asian
Spirit, the first airline in the Philippines
to be run as a cooperative.
Less than a year after AirAsia and Zest Air's strategic alliance, the
airline was been rebranded as AirAsia
AirAsia is a Malaysian-based low-cost
airline and is now Asia's largest low-fare, no-frills airline. It is a
pioneer of low-cost travel in Asia. The AirAsia Zest group operates
scheduled domestic and international flights to over 400 destinations
spanning 25 countries. Its main hub is the Low-Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT)
at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA). Book AirAsia Zest
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Asiana Airlines Inc. (formerly Seoul
Airlines) is one of South Korea's two major airlines, along with
Korean Air. Asiana has its headquarters in Asiana Town, Osoe-dong,
Asiana is a member of the Star Alliance and offers 516 daily
departures throughout Asia, Europe, North America, and Oceania.
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Cebu Air Inc., operating as Cebu
Pacific Air, is based at Terminal 3, Ninoy Aquino International
Airport Manila, Philippines. It offers scheduled flights to both
domestic and international destinations from its main base T3, NIAI,
with other hubs at Mactan-Cebu International Airport, Clark
International Airport, Francisco Bangoy International Airport, (Davao)
and Iloilo International Airport.
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an airline based in Dubai,
United Arab Emirates. The airline is a subsidiary of The
Emirates Group, which is wholly owned by the government
of Dubai's Investment
Corporation of Dubai, and is the largest
airline in the Middle East, operating over 3,000 flights per week
from its hub at Dubai
International Airport, to more than 150
cities in 74 countries across six continents.
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Jin Air Co. Ltd, formerly Air Korea is
a low cost airline originating from South Korea. It is a full
subsidiary of Korean Air. Jin Air began operations in July 2008 with
routes to regional destinations in Korea. In October 2009, Jin Air
began flights to Macau, Guam and Bangkok. It has its headquarters in Deungchon-dong, Gangseo-gu, Seoul.
Qatar Airways, is the state-owned flag
carrier of Qatar,
operating from its headquarters in Doha.
The airline operates a hub-and-spoke network, linking over 100
international destinations from its base in Doha,
using a fleet of more than 100 Airbus and Boeing aircraft.
As of July 2013, Qatar Airways serves 128 destinations in 69 countries
across Africa, Asia, Europe, North
and Oceania from
its hub at Doha International Airport, making it one of only a handful
of airlines to fly to all six inhabited continents. They employ
more than 20,000 staff, 14,000 people are
employed directly with a further 6,000 in its subsidiaries.
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Tigerair Singapore Pte Ltd,
operating as Tigerair Singapore, flying as tigerair, is a low-cost airline
headquartered in Singapore. It operates services to regional
destinations in Southeast Asia, Australia, China and India from its
main base at Singapore Changi Airport. NOW OPERATING WITH CEBU
PACIFIC and offering a service in the Philippines for domestic and
Air Philippines Corporation, now
operating as PALexpress (formerly Air Philippines), is a low-cost
airline based in Pasay City, Philippines. It operates both domestic
and international scheduled services from Manila, Cebu, Davao and
Zamboanga. Due to financial losses, they ceased operations for a short
while until it was acquired by investors from the Lucio Tan group.
After the acquisition, the airline was re-launched as PAL Express, to
operate some routes and slot assignments of its sister company
Philippine Airlines until the management decided to re-brand the
carrier as a budget airline now known as PALexpress.
The new PALexpress is Philippine Airlines' answer to Cebu Pacific
Air's dominance on the low cost travel market in the Philippines,
allowing PAL to focus on the premium market where it does not have
competition in the domestic Philippine market.
PALexpress gained significant
increase in passengers following its launch as a low-cost carrier,
with its domestic and international route expansion plans.
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