Jetstar Asia Flights Resume From Singapore to Clark

Flight crew aboard a Jetstar Asia flight from Singapore to Clark.
Photo Credit: Jetstar Asia

Jetstar Asia (3K) recently marked its awaited return to Clark International Airport (CRK) in the Philippines from Singapore Changi Airport.  

The inaugural flight 3K775 on the restored service departed Singapore Changi Airport on Sunday, 16 June 2024.

This latest development caters to the growing demand for air travel in the Asia-Pacific region.

Jetstar Asia Flights Singapore-Clark

Initially, Jetstar Asia flights on the route will operate as four round trips weekly between Singapore and Clark. To meet the anticipated surge in travelers, this frequency will increase to five return services starting October 18, 2024.

This translates to over 90,000 budget-friendly seats available between the two destinations next year.

Clark International Airport, a favorite destination north of Manila, attracts a diverse range of travelers.

Tourists seeking cultural immersion and natural beauty, business professionals, and those visiting loved ones will all find something to enjoy in Clark.

The vibrant city offers a plethora of attractions and experiences, from historical exploration and shopping sprees to indulging in delicious local cuisine and experiencing warm Filipino hospitality.

A Jetstar Asia Airbus A320 approaches with landing gear down.
Kentaro Iemoto from Tokyo, Japan, CC BY-SA 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Clark as a Crucial Travel Hub

This resumed route reinforces Jetstar Asia’s dedication to enhancing regional accessibility, as highlighted by Mr. Geoffrey Lui, the company’s Chief Operating Officer.

“Clark serves as a crucial hub for both business and leisure travelers,” Mr. Lui remarked. “We are thrilled to provide our customers with more travel options.

With Clark offering so much to explore, our crew and passengers have eagerly awaited our return to this popular destination. We’re delighted to have Clark back on our network.”

Sharing the enthusiasm was Mr. Noel F. Manankil, President and CEO of Luzon International Premiere Airport Development Corp.

Representing the operator of Clark International Airport, he also expressed his excitement about the resumption. “We warmly welcome Jetstar Asia back to Clark International Airport,” Mr. Manankil said.

“This highly anticipated event goes beyond celebration; it underscores the enduring relationship between Clark International Airport and Jetstar Asia.”

“We extend our heartfelt gratitude and eagerly anticipate the comfort and flexibility this partnership will bring to our passengers.”

About Clark International Airport

Clark International Airport (CRK), conveniently located north of Manila, serves as a major gateway to Luzon Island in the Philippines.

This modern airport caters to both domestic and international flights, making it a popular choice for travelers of all backgrounds.

Clark’s strategic location offers easy access to various destinations. The airport allows easy access to the bustling streets of Metro Manila and the scenic wonders of northern Luzon region.

About the Jetstar Group

Established in 2004, Jetstar has flown over 350 million passengers across its vast international and domestic network.

The Jetstar Group comprises Jetstar Airways (a subsidiary of the Qantas Group) in Australia and New Zealand, Jetstar Asia in Singapore, and Jetstar Japan.

Jetstar, a leading low-cost carrier, brings travel within reach for everyone by consistently offering low fares.

Recognized as one of Asia Pacific’s fastest-growing airlines, Jetstar secured the title of Best Low-Cost Airline in Asia Pacific in 2021.

Their commitment to safety and service quality was further validated by their inclusion in the “2022 World’s Top 10 LCC” list by Airline Ratings.


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