EVA Air launches maiden flight from Taiwan to Clark Airport


Greeted by a water cannon salute, EVA Air flew its first Taipei-Clark flight to Clark International Airport in Pampanga on Thursday (March 30), carrying 186 passengers on an Airbus A321. (Photo by Tonette T. Orejas)

CLARK FREEPORT, Pampanga — EVA Air launched its inaugural flight to Clark International Airport (CRK) on Thursday, offering travelers daily connecting flights to Asia, Europe, Australia and North America.

The inaugural flight from Taipei carried EVA President Clay Sun and 185 passengers on an Airbus A321, according to Lipad, the private consortium that operates CRK, Luzon International’s premier airport development company.

The BR 233 was greeted with a water cannon salute as it taxied into CRK’s P15 billion passenger terminal.

Ambassador Xu Peiyong, representative of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office, welcomed the arrivals.

Welcoming guests included Delfin Lorenzana, Chairman, Base Conversion and Development Authority; Joshua Bingcang, President and CEO, Clark International Airport Corporation; Agnes Devanadera, President and CEO, Clark Development Corporation; Noel Manankil, Lipad President and Chief Executive Officer; and Crisostomo Garbo, Mayor of Mabalacat.Inquire

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