Cheap one-way & return flights to Clark International from London
Flights from Clark International to London
Airlines Operating Flights to Clark from the UK
- Singapore Airlines
- Qatar Airways
- Philippine Airlines
- Virgin Atlantic
- British Airways
Flight Duration to Clark from the UK
- The flights operating out of London Heathrow Airport take nineteen and a half hours to reach Clark. These flights usually route through Dubai, Singapore or Doha.
- The trip from Manchester to Clark also has one stopover at Doha or Dubai and has a flight duration of 19 hours.
- Birmingham to Clark flights tends to be 20 to 23 hours long, which depends on the airline you choose to get to the Pilipino city. The journey also has a stopover in Dubai.
- The trip from London Gatwick Airport to the City of Clark is 18 to 19 hours long with a layover at DXB Dubai.
Direct Flights to Clark from the UK
No, there are no direct flights from any airport in the United Kingdom to Clark, although British Airways and Philippines Airlines operate direct flight services between London and Manila. Most passengers end up booking the cheaper and faster flight to Clark from the UK by using Emirates.
Cheap flights to Clark with Emirates
Emirates flights to Clark sell out like hotcakes, especially in the summer. The Emirates can get the passengers to Clark at a cheaper fare with the comfort and safety of an Emirates plane is known to provide. The flights to Clark from London with Emirates have a stopover at Dubai International Airport.
The first leg of the flight is from London to Dubai. Thirteen flights are leaving for Dubai every day of the week from London Heathrow, London Gatwick and London Stansted airports. For example, EK 34 takes off from Stansted at nine at night and arrives at Dubai at 7 in the morning local time. Flight EK 12 begins its journey at ten in the morning and reaches its destination at 8 PM. Talk to our agent if you would like to set your flight according to your needs.
The next part of your journey will be from Dubai to Clark if you are travelling with Emirates. Usually, EK 338 takes these passengers to Clark, and this flight departs for Clark at 3 AM every day. This portion of your trip is only eight and a half hours long, as you continue to fly above India and the Bay of Bengal. Taking EK 16 or EK 2 out of London can get you the shortest stopover.
Cheapest Time of Year to Fly to Clark
The cheapest time in Clark is in October and November. During this time, the rainy season is on its way out. With the declining humidity, this small window of opportunity can prove to be the best time to save money on your travels to Clark. The Christmas season is just a few weeks away, so people tend to travel to Clark around the time of Christmas or afterwards, which is why there are not many tourists competing for the airline seats or the hotel rooms in November. As a result, the cost comes down significantly. Although there are not many cultural festivals happening in this part of the year, it is still a great time to get to Clark on the cheap.
FAQs - Booking Clark International flights
The Spanish established Clark, and when the city fell in the hands of the Americans, it was given a new life and a distinct identity. Apart from Pilipino culture, Clark celebrates its American and Spanish history and heritage, which can be seen in many of landmarks all over the city.
- Tourists coming to Clark eventually head to the Aqua Planet water park in the Freeport Zone. The water park is 10 hectares in area jam-packed with all sorts of watery rides, guaranteed to cool down all the summer heat. Opened to the public in February 2018, the park is still brand new with exciting rides. Rainbow slides are a fan favourite. It’s a challenge, however, to slip down on every slide, since there are thirty-eight slides in the entire park. There are also two wave pools where you can feel the strength of the water toss you and your friends up and down with every tide.
- The Holy Rosary Parish Church was built in the 1890s and is over a hundred years old. The Spanish laid the foundations of the church, and it quickly became the centre of the city. After the Americans captured the island, the church was used by the Americans as a military hospital. Now the church is a national treasure revered and celebrated by the people of Clark. There are processions and holy gatherings, especially during the Holy Week, make the tourist realise the importance of the “Big Church” in Clark society.
- Nayong Pilipino is an outdoors cultural museum and a park. It is also located in the Clark Freeport Zone and has been recently renovated and refurbished. The green open spaces surrounding the main building of the facility often host cultural festivals, with folk dancers and actors wearing colourful costumes to attract the viewer. After celebrating the theatrical arts, the tourist can head inside to admire the collections of coins the city had been using since the Spanish first landed on these shores. There are also plenty of other exhibits showcasing the textiles of the region.
Clark has paved roads and highways, and although the city does not have a rapid transit system, the people make do with more conventional means of transport in the city. The taxi is almost always used by every tourist to go about the city. The taxis are not the cheapest means to get around; however, they are comfortable and secure. Other options include the jeepney and the trike. Jeepneys can be spotted from afar, with their entire bodies covered in glittering colours and mirrors. These small buses zoom through the city of Clark, on its highways and streets. They are always packed with people but cheap. A trike is a rickshaw with a small motorcycle dragging the cabin. The humble rickshaw is best used to travel in the crowded narrow streets of Clark.
There are a lot of casinos and hotels in Clark. While most are four-star hotels, there are a few that have five-star services and amenities. Look up these hotels in the list below for a five-star vacation to Clark.
- Midori Clark Hotel and Casino
- Widus Hotel and Casino
- Park Inn by Radisson Clark
- Central Park Tower Resort
- ABC Hotel
Clark International Airport (CRK) serves not only the city of Clark but all the people living in the central and northern half of the island of Luzon. Clark International was once a US military facility, but now it has been transformed into an airport operating domestic and international flights. The airport recently has also been given an upgrade, and a new terminal will be open for international passengers by the end of 2020. Last year, the airport processed approximately 2.5 million passengers each year. The Angles city centre is only 24 minutes away from the airport while Manila is only 2 hours away by car.
The Philippines has a tropical climate, with hot and humid summers and moderate winters, so it is best to come to Clark right when the winter is losing ground and summer is approaching. The ideal time, weather-wise, to go to Angles is between the months of January and April. While many do come to the city in June and July, making it the busiest and most expensive time to be around in Clark, the weather is also quite wet and humid in midsummer. Coming to the city early in the year, however, can allow you to explore the city in relatively drier and less humid weather conditions.
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