|Popular in||December||High demand for flights, 2% potential price rise|
|Cheapest in||November||Best time to find cheap flights, 3% potential price drop|
|Average price||C$ 1,043||Average for round-trip flights in October 2021|
|Round-trip from||C$ 1,361||From Toronto to Angeles City Clark Intl|
|One-way from||C$ 12||One-way flight from Toronto to Angeles City Clark Intl (CRK)|
YTO - CRK
C$ 896 - C$ 1,803
Flights to Diosdado-Macapagal-International Airport, now referred to as Clark International Airport, vary depending upon the city you fly out of. Currently, there are six Canadian cities offering flights to Clark International Airport, including Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, and Winnipeg. Flight times vary per city; Toronto and Vancouver offer the shortest flight times with the least amount of connecting flights. Flights out of Calgary, Edmonton, and Winnipeg require multiple connecting flights.
The shortest flight times to Clark International Airport can be found in Vancouver, with an average of 16h 40m, followed by Toronto, with an average of 20h 15m. Flights out of Calgary take approximately 21h; Edmonton flights take approximately 22h 25m. Winnipeg flights take the longest, averaging about 23h 40m.
At this time, there are no direct Clark International Airport flight deals from any Canadian city to Clark International Airport, however, Vancouver and Toronto both offer flights with just one connection. Calgary, Edmonton, and Winnipeg generally offer flights with two connections, but some routes may require three connecting flights, depending upon the airline carriers.
Common airlines flying from Canadian cities include Air Canada, Philippine Airlines, China Eastern, China Southern, Asiana, JAL, Cathay Pacific, Cathay Dragon, Emirates Airlines, Korean Air, Delta, United, WestJet and Jin Air. Most airlines listed offer flights daily, but the most variety of carriers can be found in Toronto and Vancouver.
Luzon is the Philippines’ most densely populated island, and home to Manila, the nation’s capital. As the fourth largest airport in the Philippines, Clark International Airport serves as an alternative to the busy Nino Aquino International Airport in Manila, located about 98km (61m) to the south. The airport is located just off of the Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway which connects directly to the North Luzon Expressway for easy travel by rental car or taxi. The Clark International Airport also offers shuttles and bus services to several cities in the province of Pampanga, including Angeles, San Fernando, Mabalacat, Mexico, Bacolor, and Arayat.
The central Luzon province of Pampanga is a beautiful and historic region, home to some of the oldest and most historic settlements in the country. Clark International Airport lies between two of the country’s most famous volcanos, Mount Pinatubo and Mount Arayat.
San Fernando is the capital city of Pampanga, home to the province’s oldest buildings, beautifully preserved in the city’s historic Heritage District. San Fernando is also home to the Pampanga Eye, the largest Ferris wheel in the entire country, as well as a world-famous restaurant district, featuring some of the nation’s most celebrated eateries. Angeles is equally historic, featuring the iconic Salakot Arch, centuries-old monasteries and beautiful museums. Mabalacat, Angeles, Bacolor and other cities are equally beautiful, historic and photogenic.
Canadian tourists require passports to enter any city or airport in the Philippines but do not require visas for visits 30 days or under.
Most people fly into Angeles City Clark Intl (CRK) if they book a flight to Angeles City. Clark Intl is conveniently located just 5.5 km from Angeles City’s city centre.