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PAL sets new flights from Tagbilaran in June

/ 03:04 PM May 03, 2017

Effective June this year, Philippine Airlines will mount direct flights from Tagbilaran to Incheon and Clark, as part of the flag carrier’s continuing route expansion. PAL’s direct Tagbilaran-Incheon and Tagbilaran-Clark flights allow travellers to reach their destination conveniently with no stop-over in Manila.

A statement issued by PAL on Wednesday said that starting June 22, 2017, Tagbilaran will become the sixth local city to be linked to an international destination when PAL mounts chartered service to Incheon in South Korea. 

PAL currently operates international flights out of Manila, Cebu, Clark, Kalibo and Puerto Princesa. 


The new service to Incheon departs Tagbilaran at 5:20 p.m. daily; arriving South Korea six hours later. 

The Tagbilaran-Clark flights, which will start June 23, will provide tourists with direct access to Central Luzon and Central Visayas without having to endure Metro Manila’s traffic. 

The Tagbilaran-Clark flight leaves Tagbilaran daily at 6:40 a.m. 

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