Here Are the P2P Buses You Can Take If You're Flying From Clark
No need to worry about traveling with all that luggage!
(SPOT.ph) The expansion of Clark International Airport has been underway for quite some time now and by 2020, Filipinos can expect the new and improved terminal to serve double its current capacity. And if you're flying from Clark, you don't have to worry about carrying your luggage all the way to Pampanga: Genesis Transport offers point-to-point bus trips so you can travel from Manila to Clark with ease.
The transport service recently updated their point-to-point (P2P) bus schedules, so if you're planning on flying from Clark, you might want to familiarize yourself with the four available routes: Clark Airport to NAIA 3 via Robinsons Galleria/Ortigas; NAIA 3 to Clark Airport via Ortigas and SM Clark; Trinoma/North Edsa MRT Station to Clark Airport via SM Clark; and (a more direct route from) Clark Airport to Trinoma/North Edsa MRT Station.
Here's everything you need to know about the updated routes:
Clark Airport to NAIA 3 via Ortigas
- Fare from Clark to Ortigas: P300 (P330 for Joybus)
- Fare from Clark to NAIA 1 and 2: P430 (P450 for Joybus)
- Fare from Clark to NAIA 3: P380 (P430 for Joybus)
First trip: 1:30 a.m.
Last trip: 11 p.m.
NAIA 3 to Clark via Robinsons Galleria/Ortigas and SM Clark
- Fare from NAIA 3 to Ortigas: P300 (P330 for Joybus)
- Fare from NAIA 3 to SM Clark and Clark Airport: P380 (P430 for Joybus)
First trip: 4 a.m.
Last trip: 2 a.m.
Trinoma/North EDSA MRT Station to Clark Airport via SM Clark
- Fare from Trinoma to SM Clark: P230
- Fare from Trinoma to Clark Airport: P280
First trip: 3 a.m.
Last trip: 11 p.m.
Clark Airport to Trinoma/North EDSA MRT Station
- Fare: P280
First trip: 4:30 a.m.
Last trip: 9:30 p.m.
For more information, visit Genesis Transport's Facebook page.
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