AirAsia Philippines received the flight license
One cold, one warm. Some airlines go bankrupt, others get flight licenses. AirAsia Philippines received the Air Operator Certificate from the Philippine Civil Aviation Authority yesterday. For starters, it will operate 3 domestic flights and 3 international flights at Clark International Airport.
The first flights for AirAsia Philippines are scheduled for Davao, Kalibo and Puerto Princesa from March 11th. International destinations will be Singapore, Hong Kong and Macao.
AirAsia Philippines expects to obtain permits for commercial flights for the first set of international routes, by the end of March. It will add Bangkok and Incheon when it receives a second Airbus A320 aircraft by the end of the year.
Civil Aviation Council has granted 1260 airline seats for the Clark-Kuala Lumpur route, seven weekly flights to Clark-Cambodia, six weekly flights to Japan - which can be used for Osaka or Nagoya, as well as for China, Taiwan and Korea. South.
AirAsia Philippines CEO Marianne Hontiveros said at least 16 of Airbus A320 aircraft will be used.