Clark International Airport (CRK) has announced the resumption of flights to Busan, South Korea on July 1, 2022.
There will be two flights a week — Monday and Friday — to South Korea’s largest seaport via Jin Air LJ 031/032.
Busan has 3.6 million inhabitants and is considered the second largest city in South Korea.
The place is known for its beaches, hot springs, nature reserves and events like the annual international film festival.
Besides Busan, Jin Air has also launched flights to Incheon, South Korea, every Wednesday and Saturday via LJ 023/024.
Jeju Air also serves Incheon every Thursday and Sunday via flight 7C 4603/4604.
CRK also announced the Visa Waiver Program which allows passengers to fly visa-free via Yangyang in Gangwon Province.
With the Visa Waiver Program, travelers in groups of 5 to 15 can explore the city of Seoul as part of a package tour through a designated travel agency.
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