Air Asia

The leading low fare airline in the Asia - AirAsia has been expanding rapidly since 2001, to become an award winning and the largest low cost carrier in Asia. With a fleet of 72 aircrafts, AirAsia flies to over 61 domestic and international destinations with 108 routes, and operates over 400 flights daily from hubs located in Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia.



Asiana Airlines

Asiana Airlines (OZ) has announced tour packages for travelers to Seoul via Diosdado Macapagal International Airport (DMIA) in Clark Field, Pampanga for as low as $599. The multi-awarded carrier has recently begun twice weekly flights to Seoul and will accommodate economy and business class passengers.



Asian Spirit

Officials of the Clark International Airport Corporation (CIAC) announced the inaugural flight of Asian Spirit Airline on March 31 at the Diosdado Macapagal International Airport (DMIA).
Asian Spirit will fly the Incheon-Clark-Incheon flights route five times a week at DMIA.
Asian Spirit is the first local carrier to operate international flights at DMIA which is being geared as the premier international gateway and logistics hub and services in the country.



Tiger Airways

Tiger Airways is Asia-Pacific's true low fare airline. It consistently strives to offer passengers the lowest airfares on safe and convenient point-to-point air travel. Tiger Airways took to the skies from Singapore in September 2004 with two aircraft in its fleet and three routes in its network.



Cebu Pacific

Cebu Pacific (CEB), the low fare leader in the Philippines entered the market on March 1996 and pioneered the “low fare, great value” strategy in the local aviation industry.



Hongkong Airlines

Hong Kong Airlines and Hong Kong Express Airways have employed a fleet of all-new Boeing 737-800 aircraft, of which the average service time is one year.



Sea Air

South East Asian Airlines (SEAIR) is a pioneer in Philippine aviation. SEAIR is the second-oldest airline in the Philippines with a firm foundation in leisure travel.



Zest Air

Zest Airways was established as Asian Spirit in September 1995. It is The Philippines' only airline cooperative. Aptly called Airline Employees Cooperative, its 36 founding members own and run the company.




The Diosdado Macapagal International Airport (DMIA), now on 24-hour operation, is on course in its development as a premier gateway of the Philippines in the next 10 years.