Sunlight Air New Home: Clark International Airport

Sunlight Airline made an exciting and bold move via choosing Clark International Airport as its new home beginning April 1, 2024. It’s move aims to maintain seamless travel standards and enhance our ability to redefine air travel with more reliable flight schedules.

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To facilitate a smooth transition due to the relocation of the primary hub, thefollowing changes to current and future reservations:

For departures/arrivals on or before March 31, 2024:

  • Most flights will continue at NAIA Terminal 4. If your flight is diverted to Clark, please note the changes.
  • Shared shuttle services between Manila and Clark will be provided.

For departures/arrivals from April 1, 2024 onwards:

  • Flights between Manila and Coron, Siargao, and San Vicente will operate exclusively to and from Clark International Airport, including the new nonstop service to Boracay.
  • Shared shuttle services between Manila and Clark will be provided until May 31, 2024. Priority shall be given to those who have originally booked flights to originate or arrive in Manila and are redirected to Clark.
  • Flights to Naga and Camiguin will be discontinued.
  • Terminal 4 at Ninoy Aquino International Airport will exclusively serve flights between Manila and Cebu.

If these adjustments disrupt your plans, you have the flexibility to rebook dates and/or destinations, request a refund, or opt for a travel fund. Please send your request to or fill out the form at

Source: Clark International Airport Facebook Page

Why Clark International Airport as New Home?

Clark International Airport: Clark International Airport, formerly known as Clark Air Base, is a civilian airport located in Pampanga, Philippines. It is approximately 72 kilometers (45 miles) northwest of Manila, the country’s capital making it accessible and convenient to all travelers. The Airport is known also as one of the most beautiful airport in the airport and won numerous awards due to good management and world class architecture.

The bold move is made due to Infrastructure and Facilities: Clark International Airport offers state-of-the-art infrastructure and facilities that cater to the needs of a growing airline like Sunlight Air. The airport has ample space for expansion, which is crucial for the airline’s future growth plans. Accessibility and Connectivity: The airport’s strategic location near Manila makes it an ideal hub for connecting passengers traveling to and from the Philippine capital and other destinations in the region. This accessibility is expected to boost Sunlight Air’s connectivity and passenger traffic. Growing Aviation Market: The Philippines is a rapidly growing aviation market, with a significant increase in passenger traffic over the past few years. By establishing a base at Clark International Airport, Sunlight Air aims to tap into this market and expand its services in the region. Improved Passenger Experience: The modern facilities at Clark International Airport will provide passengers with a comfortable and convenient travel experience, further enhancing Sunlight Air’s reputation for quality service. Economic Growth: The presence of Sunlight Air at Clark International Airport is expected to stimulate economic growth in the region by creating job opportunities and attracting more tourists to the area.

Sunlight Air’s decision to establish its new home at Clark International Airport marks an exciting chapter for the airline and the aviation industry in the region. The strategic move is expected to bring numerous benefits, including enhanced connectivity, improved passenger experience, and economic growth. As Sunlight Air continues to expand its operations, it will undoubtedly contribute to the development of the aviation sector in the Philippines and beyond.

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