How to Go to Clark International Report |

Is this your first time to fly to or from Clark International Airport? That’s a smart choice, especially if you live up north, like in Quezon City, Caloocan, and Bulacan. You can get to the Clark Airport in Angeles City, Pampanga faster than going to NAIA in Pasay City.

Driving your car to the airport can be very inconvenient and costly. Think about the traffic jam, the hassle of finding a parking space, and the parking fee. Clark Airport’s Park ‘N Fly facility charges PHP 90 per day. That can cost you a lot in parking fee if you’ll be away for long.

Fortunately, there are easier ways to get to Clark International Airport from Manila[1] or the other way around: P2P bus and airport transport services.

P2P Bus to and from Clark International Airport

How to Go to Clark International Report - P2P Bus
Riding a Point-to-Point or P2P bus gets you straight to Clark International Airport at less than two hours for an affordable price, ranging from PHP 250 to PHP 350.

The Clark Airport transport service provider is Genesis Transport Service Inc., whose buses are equipped with Wi-Fi, mobile device charging stations, CCTV, and GPS. For an additional PHP 50 fare, you can choose to ride a JoyBus with the same features plus more comfortable amenities such as in-vehicle restroom, larger legroom, and an entertainment system with tray table similar to those in premium airplanes.

To get to Clark International Airport, take a P2P bus from TriNoma, Robinsons Galleria, or NAIA Terminal 3. From Clark Airport, you can get off at any of those bus stops. Additional drop-off points are also located at NAIA Terminals 1 and 2.

Clark Airport Bus to and from TriNoma

RouteTrip ScheduleFarePick-up LocationDrop-off Location
TriNoma to Clark Airport  3 am to 11 pmPHP 250P2P Terminal along EDSA, near MRT North Ave. StationClark Airport waiting shed near Arrival area
Clark Airport to TriNoma4:30 am to 9 pmPHP 250Clark Airport waiting shed near Arrival areaP2P Terminal along EDSA, near MRT North Ave. Station

If you’ll take a P2P bus from TriNoma, you can book and comfortably wait for the Clark Airport shuttle bus in the Clark Airport Lounge at the ground floor of TriNoma (North Ave. side, between Mercury Drug and Medical City).
Clark International Report Lounge
This air-conditioned waiting area is open 24/7 and has a secured luggage counter and real-time flight status updates. P2P buses going to Clark Airport from TriNoma pick up passengers at the Clark Airport Lounge, aside from those at the P2P terminal along EDSA.

Clark Airport Bus to and from Ortigas

RouteTrip ScheduleFarePick-up LocationDrop-off Location
Ortigas to Clark Airport4:45 am to 10 pmPHP 300 (P2P bus) / PHP 350 (JoyBus)Robinsons Galleria, EDSA side drivewayClark Airport waiting shed near Arrival area
Clark Airport to Ortigas1:30 am to 11 pmPHP 250 (P2P bus) / PHP 300 (JoyBus)Clark Airport waiting shed near Arrival areaRobinsons Galleria, EDSA side driveway

Clark Airport Bus to and from NAIA 3

RouteTrip ScheduleFarePick-up LocationDrop-off Location
NAIA 3 to Clark Airport2 am to 12:30 amPHP 350 (P2P bus) / PHP 400 (JoyBus)NAIA Terminal 3 Arrival Bay 14Clark Airport waiting shed near Arrival area
Clark Airport to NAIA 31:30 am to 11 pmPHP 350 (P2P bus) / PHP 400 (JoyBus)Clark Airport waiting shed near Arrival areaNAIA Terminal 3 Arrival Bay 14

For urgent concerns, you may contact the P2P bus terminal through the following:

  • Telephone: (02) 332-8075 / (02) 421-1425
  • Clark Airport: 0933-852-7677 / 0933-852-6812
  • SM Clark: 0933-852-6762 / 0933-852-6771
  • NAIA 3: 0933-7687 / 0933-852-7669
  • TriNoma: 0933-852-6813 / 0933-852-7675

Note: Information accurate as of October 27, 2018. Check the Genesis Transport Service Facebook page[2] for the more detailed and updated trip information.

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Rental Cars and Taxi to and from Clark International Airport

How to Go to Clark International Report - Car Rental and Taxi Service
Renting a car or a van and taking a taxi are the faster and more convenient ways to get to and from the Clark International Airport. No need to take multiple rides to get to your destination.

They’re ideal for when you’re traveling with multiple luggage or with your family, especially little children and senior citizens. These transport services are also popular among foreigners traveling to the Philippines.
Car rentals and airport transfers may be your only choice when you’re arriving or departing from the Clark Airport at a time when the P2P bus services are closed.

However, these transport services can get very pricey. Fare starts at around PHP 3,000 for two or more passengers. It’s best to take one with a large group to share the cost.

To avoid an airport taxi scam in the Philippines, book your transportation to or from the Clark Airport with transport companies accredited by the Department of Tourism and Clark International Airport Corporation. Here are some of them:

Avis Philippines[3]

  • Services: Car rental and airport transfer
  • Telephone: (045) 322-4661 / (02) 462-2881 to 83
  • Mobile: 0917-887-2847 / 0999-993-2847
  • Email: /

Best Ride Transport Services[4]

  • Services: Car rental, coupon taxi, and metered taxi
  • Telephone: (02) 788-4144
  • Mobile: 0995-523-5791 / 0922-994-2366

DR Transport Services[5]

  • Services: Car rental and airport transfer
  • Telephone: (045) 436-0279
  • Mobile: 0918-925-7138
  • Email:

T-Des Transport[6]

  • Services: Car rental and airport transfer
  • Telephone: (045) 308-5215
  • Mobile: 0917-788-0682 / 0917-716-2994 / 0998-560-2336
  • Email:

Final Thoughts

To avoid missing your flight at Clark International Airport, make sure to leave from TriNoma at least five hours (domestic) or six hours (international) before the scheduled flight. You should leave a lot earlier if you’ll be traveling from somewhere farther from Clark.

(Photos from Genesis Transport Service and Best Ride Transport Services Facebook pages.)
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