11 thoughts on “Philippines”

    1. Well just like the rest of the Philippines, they have taxis, buses, shuttles and flights to get you there. Of course avoiding rush hour in the Manila area is a great idea, because it is really, really bad traffic at that time. Taking a bus is the least expensive. From Clark to Pasay is only like P120 per person and it’s about a 2 hour drive, if not at rush hour.

        1. I saw something about that. I’m not sure what’s up with that yet. I’ll keep checking, maybe I’ll find out something. Thanks for letting me know.

    1. As of October 2018 and still current, Space-A travel has been restricted at Clark due to a Philippine Air Force directive disallowing base access. Keep checking to see when this restriction is lifted.

      1. Correct. Although, the last I heard, incoming flights were still authorized because you do not need to go to the restricted area in Air Force City where Haribon Terminal is located. You will go straight to Immigration at Clark International Airport. I mean how can they restrict you from going to an international airport?
        I’m wondering why, after all this time, the Philippine Air Force all of a sudden decided that access be denied to that area? Did they get something new and secret? Did a visitor cause a problem? There must have been some logic behind the decision.

          1. There might be from a particular base, but they don’t advertise it. I don’t see too many flights to Clark these days since they have restricted the outgoing flights. Kadena AB and Andersen AFB did have the most flights going to Clark. There were occasional flights from Hickam and Yokota also.

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