STARLUX Airlines Launches Third Philippines Route
STARLUX, a Taiwan-based luxury airline, is adding a third Philippines destination to its routes, with the launch of daily flights between Taipei and Clark, Philippines. Starting August 15, travelers can soon fly with ease and style from Los Angeles to Clark via Taipei, the gateway to northern Philippines and several tourist destinations. Tickets are now on sale.
STARLUX currently flies to both Manila and Cebu in the Philippines, and 14 other Asian destinations.
Formerly the largest U.S. military base in Asia, Clark has been transformed into what’s now known as the Freeport Zone. It is an important economic center and tourist destination. Clark has experienced significant economic growth and development in recent years, attracting businesses and investments. It is also an up-and-coming tourist destination, known for its beautiful natural surroundings, including mountains, lakes, and outdoor recreational areas.
In addition to the new service to Clark, STARLUX plans to launch non-stop service to San Francisco from Taipei by year’s end. The carrier will also take delivery of its fourth A350 by the end of the year. It also partnered with Alaska Airlines last month.
New Taipei to Clark Route
The flights to Clark will be operated by an Airbus A321neo configured in a two-class layout, with eight seats in Business Class and 180 in Economy Class. The schedule for the new flights to Clark is shown below: