EVA to Commence Daily Taipei – Clark Flights

EVA Air will launch daily non-stop flights between Taipei and Clark Airport in the northwestern Philippines, starting March 30, 2023.

The addition of Clark International Airport will give EVA Air three gateways in the Philippines and boost the convenience and flexibility passengers enjoy now with the Manila and Cebu services. By the end of March, the airline will be operating 35 flights a week to the Philippines, offering business travellers from throughout Asia, Europe, Australia and North America more arrival and departure options.

Clark Airport is about 80 kilometres from Manila Airport, giving passengers an alternative way to fly to Taiwan and connect onward to other destinations in Asia, Australia, Europe and North America. The Clark service also reduces travel time from the airport to many destinations via the Subic–Clark–Tarlac Expressway (SCTEX), and is still convenient to Metro Manila. The new gateway is tailor-made for Taiwan – Philippines travellers but will also be attractive to European and American passengers who transit to the Philippines through Taipei.

The airline will fly an Airbus A321-200 to Clark and provide conveniently scheduled flights, with BR233 departing Taipei at 0900 daily, arriving in Clark at 1100. The return flight, BR234, leaves Clark at 1200 and arrives in Taiwan at 1400.

Clark is northwest of Angeles City in Pampanga Province on the site of the United States’ former Clark Air Force Base. After the US Air Force decommissioned the base, the Philippine government repurposed it as a special economic zone. It’s a secure area with beautiful scenery, a pleasant climate and numerous resorts.

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