Eva Air Launching Non-Stop Route Between Taipei and Clark, Philippines

January 11, 2023

Eva Air will start a new non-stop route between Taipei and Clark Airport in the Philippines starting March 23rd.

The inclusion of Clark International Airport to EVA's list of gateways in the Philippines is a significant move that will bring comfort and convenience to travelers. It gives passengers more options for where to fly from, with Manila and Cebu already well-established. With the addition of Clark International Airport, passengers can now enjoy greater flexibility in their travel plans. 

EVA Air, which is based in Taiwan, will be operating 35 flights a week to the Philippines starting at the end of March. Travelers from all over Asia, Europe, Australia and North America can take advantage of this opportunity to get to their desired destinations in the Philippines with more arrival and departure options.

At Clark International Airport, located just 80 kilometers (50 miles) north of the bustling Manila Airport, Filipino travelers are able to gain quick and easy access to international destinations in Asia, Australia, Europe and North America.

This strategic location makes it a perfect option for those who want to fly directly to Taiwan or make connections with other flights. The airport is equipped with all the necessary services and modern amenities to ensure a stress-free journey. With efficient handling of passengers, flights, and cargo, Clark International Airport offers an opportunity for a one-of-a-kind travel experience.

The Clark International Airport is the newest gateway to the Philippines, making it a convenient option for those traveling from Taiwan to the country. With its location close enough to popular northern Luzon Island beaches and resorts, Clark Airport reduces travel time by offering passengers an alternative to Manila.

Additionally, its access through SCTEX allows travelers to get between destinations quickly and easily. Not only is Clark Airport a great choice for Taiwan-Philippines travelers, but also for those from both the United States and Europe who are flying through Taipei first.

With its location, access to amenities, and convenience, it's no wonder why Clark International Airport is quickly becoming an increasingly popular option when visiting the Philippines.

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