Clark International Airport


Arrivals through Clark International Airport are becoming much more popular as we enter into 2013.  This page was designed to answer the questions of first time visitors.  If you have any updated information, please send it to

Arrival at Clark is "No frills."   You may be required to board a bus, but as often as not, you will be required to walk into the terminal.

IMMIGRATION: Be prepared for up to 1 hour to clear immigration, especially if another plane has arrived before you. 

CUSTOMS: Customs is the opposite of Immigration.  They are fast and courteous.

There are two arrival belts in the baggage claim area.

There is one small duty free shop in the corner of the baggage claim area.

There are two counters right after Customs where you can change currency.

There is a machine where you can buy local phone cards

There are 3 different ATM machines immediately outside the terminal doors.



We did perform pick-ups and drop-offs at the Clark terminal for a number of years.  We no longer perform those services. 

There is a counter inside the terminal where you can catch a bus to Manila & Pasay. 

This service does not currently run late at night



CIAC lauded for Clark-TriNoma bus service

Jan 14, 2013

CLARK FREEPORT – A Pampanga-based tour agency owner lauded the Clark International Airport Corp. (CIAC) for the January 15 launching of the bus service at Ayala-owned mall in Quezon City that will make land travel comfortable and reliable for the growing number of passengers at the Clark International Airport (CIA).

“The CIA lounge at the TriNoma mall has made flying through Clark much more convenient,” she said.

The CIAC is expecting at least two million passengers for 2013 and preparations are underway to improve the connectivity of the airport via land travel from Metro Manila.

In a press statement on Sunday, CIAC President and CEO Victor Jose Luciano announced the opening of the Clark Airport Lounge at the TriNoma Mall in Quezon City.

The TriNoma-Clark Airport Lounge will provide dedicated buses directly to the Clark airport on a 24-hour basis.

“Connectivity to Metro Manila will be much improved when a dedicated first class bus service will start plying the route TriNoma-Clark-TriNoma with affordable fare of only P200,” Luciano said.

Passengers earlier complained that “fares going to Clark are more expensive than the budget fares offered by airlines.”

Worse, they added, “fares are so high for public vehicles in Pampanga connecting to Clark.”

Luciano said that four bus firms will provide the transportation namely: Philtranco, Genesis, Victory Liner and Five Star.

“The Clark Airport Lounge is fully furnished located at the TriNoma Mall which is open 24/7 and passengers would have a taste of the first class amenities of the lounge. It is equipped with comfortable waiting area, secured luggage counter, and real-time flight status updates,” he added.

During the launching on Tuesday afternoon in Trinoma, The CIAC and TriNoma will sign a memorandum of agreement for the establishment of the Clark Airport Lounge that will provide service to passengers in Metro Manila and the rest of Southern Tagalog.


At curbside there is a guy advertising (day & night) for the "aircon jeepney's" to the Main Gate area and the Dau bus terminal.

Airport jeepney (air-con) at 50 pesos. - Normally parked about 35 meters up the road from where the taxi touts are standing near to the terminal arrivals exit. Seem to run very infrequently but are supposedly 24 hours. When running the staff usually hold up a sign with 'jeepney to Dau' wrote on it. Journey to Main Gate or Dau possible.

On the right as you exit the terminal there is a taxi Kiosk.  These taxi's do not use meters.  Current prices are listed below.