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Qatar Airways inaugurates Clark service

29 Oct 2013 by Clement Huang

Qatar Airways has launched non-stop daily flights between its home base in Doha to Clark Manila Airport in the Philippines.

Flight QR930 touched down at Clark International Airport at 0920 yesterday, and was greeted by a traditional water salute welcome.

Situated in the province of Pampanga in Central Luzon, Clark is located 80 kms north of Manila, and is considered an alternate gateway into the Philippine capital.

Speaking at the launch, Qatar Airways senior vice president commercial operations – network, Woo Yew Seong said: “With our new offering, business and leisure travellers to the Luzon area have great connections via Doha from many popular destinations, including Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Bahrain, Kuwait, Muscat, Dammam, Riyadh, Montreal, New York, London and Paris.”

The new route is operated by an Airbus A330 in a two-class configuration of 248 seats in economy, and 36 in business.

Flight schedules between Clark International Airport and Doha

Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays

Depart Doha at 1945, arrive Clark Airport 0920 next day

Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays

Depart Clark Airport at 1050, arrive Doha 1550

Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays

Depart Doha at 2100, arrive Clark Airport 1035 next day

Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays

Depart Clark Airport at 1205, arrive Doha 1705

Qatar Airways will be commencing operations to Philadelphia and Miami (see here) next year. It will also be officially joining Oneworld alliance today (see here). Business Traveller Asia-Pacific will be covering the event in Qatar.

For more information, visit www.qatarairways.com

Clement Huang

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