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Buckle up for brighter travel as Sunlight Air moves to Clark International Airport

Sunlight Air, a boutique airline led by its CEO Ryan Brito-Garcia, is ushering in a new era with the relocation of its operations to Clark International Airport (CRK) starting April 1.

This momentous shift brings a host of fresh offerings, including direct flights to the popular destination of Boracay and daily connections to and from the vibrant city of Cebu.

Brito-Garcia said the decision to primarily base operations at CRK is a result of meticulous evaluation of customer feedback and the airline’s relentless quest to deliver unparalleled service.

The move promises to enhance efficiency and reliability while capitalizing on CRK’s recent accolades for its exceptional facilities and world-class design, ensuring greater comfort for travelers.

Passengers holding existing bookings from Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) will receive detailed advisories about any changes in their itineraries as a result of this transition. Additionally, Sunlight Air will provide shared shuttle services from NAIA to CRK, demonstrating their dedication to a seamless and convenient travel experience.

With Clark International Airport’s burgeoning expansion in both local and international routes, coupled with an anticipated surge in passenger traffic, Sunlight Air is poised to ramp up its flight schedule, introduce new routes, and extend its signature boutique airline experience to a wider audience of Filipino travelers.

As of now, Sunlight Air already caters to flights between Manila and captivating destinations such as Coron, Siargao, Naga, and San Vicente.

The airline is poised to introduce new routes to Boracay and regular flights to and from Cebu, amplifying travel opportunities for passengers across the Philippines and beyond.

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