Philippine Airlines (PAL) is looking to move some of its regional schedules from chronically congested Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) in Manila to Clark International Airport in Pampanga. PAL CEO Jaime Bautista has indicated the airline is considering moving some operations to Clark, 50 miles outside Manila. The move is part of a government-and-industry drive to ease congestion at NAIA, driven by recently elected Filipino president Rodrigo Duterte. “We are working on ...

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