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Posted by on Mar 29, 2012 in Uncategorized | 1 comment

Air Asia Launched Flight from Clark to Davao and Kalibo

Air Asia Philippines has launched it’s maiden flight from Clark, Pampanga to Davao as well as Kalibo on March 28, 2012.  The city mayor of Davao, Sara Duterte joined the first flight together with other passengers including local and national media aboard the PQ 7023 CRK-DVO.

This servings of new flights will benefit more on tourism.  It opens gateways to two famous tourist destinations, Kalibo, known for its beautiful torquoise beaches and the world renowned Boracay and Davao, the gateway to Mindanao.

Tony Fernandes, the CEO for Air Asia Group said that the airline’s goal is to accelerate routes by rolling in more regional and international flights.  New flights will be introduced in April and May which will serve Clark to Puerto Princesa, Palawan. “We will be aggressive about the growing market. Our key is opening potential for Filipinos to travel more.  I think we will be like Thailand and Malaysia but we don’t really look the market share but the growth of the market.

Air Asia flies passengers to Davao and Kalibo using its two brand new Airbuses A320s for its daily flights from Clark to San Francisco Bangoy International Airport  and two flights daily from Clark Kalibo International Airport. Air Asia boasts of its young, dynamic crew, well-trained and experienced pilots aside from their brand new aircrafts.

Mayor Sara Duterte and Mabalacat, Pampanga Mayor Marino Morales signed the sister Airport Agreement on March 28, 2012 at the Marco Polo Hotel, Davao City.

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