TriNoma-Clark Airport Lounge for passengers opens January 15
MANILA, Philippines—Passenger traffic is expected to further increase in the Clark International Airport with the scheduled opening of the TriNoma-Clark Airport Lounge today (Tuesday), January 15, improving connection between the Clark International Airport and Metro Manila and the rest of the South.
The TriNoma-Clark Airport Lounge will provide dedicated buses that will ply directly to the Clark Airport on a 24-hour basis.
CIAC president and CEO Victor Jose I. Luciano said the Clark Airport Lounge is a dedicated bus service for Metro Manila passengers who will take their flights at the Clark airport.
“Connectivity to Metro Manila will be much improved when a dedicated first class bus service will start plying their route via TriNoma-Clark-TriNoma with affordable fare of only P200.00,” Luciano said.
He said that four bus firms will provide the transportation namely: Philtranco, Genesis, Victory Liner and Five Star.
“The Clark Airport Lounge is fully furnished located at the TriNoma Mall which is open 24/7 and passengers would have a taste of the first class amenities of the lounge.”
The Clark Airport Lounge is equipped with comfortable waiting area, secured luggage counter, and real-time flight status updates.
On January 15, CIAC formally launches the Clark Airport Lounge that will start plying the route to Clark airport in a bid to attract more Metro Manila and the Southern Tagalog residents to experience seamless travel via Clark.
During the launch, CIAC and TriNoma signs a memorandum of agreement for the establishment of the Clark Airport Lounge that will provide service to passengers in Metro Manila and the rest of Southern Tagalog.
Last year, Clark Airport posted 1.3 million passenger volume due to the increase flights of various airlines operating at the 2,367-hectare Clark Civil Aviation Complex. Clark Airport is the fastest growing airport in the country today.
Among the airlines operating are Air Asia Philippines, Air Asia Berhad, Cebu Pacific Air, Seair-Tiger, Airphil Express, Jin Air, Zest Air, Asiana Airlines and Dragonair.
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