Victory Liner, AirAsia provide free shuttle for Clark passengers

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Sunday, April 8, 2012


CLARK FREEPORT -- The Victory Liner has tied up with Philippines AirAsia, the country’s newest low cost airline, to provide free shuttle service for inbound and outbound passengers of Clark International Airport.

For the convenience of AirAsia passengers and guests, Victory Liner shuttle bus provides return services from Dau and Marquee Mall to Clark airport.

This innovative service started on March 28, 2012, when Philippines' AirAsia launched its twin maiden flights to Davao and Kalibo. The free shuttle service is wrapped with AirAsia logo to indicate that the service is exclusive for AirAsia passengers only.

Shuttle services will be available daily and 30 minutes before arrival of guests at Clark airport.

For 66 years now, Victory Liner has been at the forefront in making ground transportation stress-free and comfortable. With its unparalleled services and innovative on-board amenities, Victory Liner remains to be the transport of choice for North Luzon journeys.

AirAsia, on the other hand, sets up its hub in Clark in 2011 as part of its commitment to develop tourism and transportation outside Metro Manila.

To date, it has been servicing flights to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and Kota Kinabalu through its joint venture with AirAsia Berhad. Philippines’ AirAsia started its domestic operations on March 28, 2012 by servicing daily flights to Davao, Kalibo; and starting April 20, in Puerto Princesa.

“We will keep finding ways to make budget air travel even more fun and within reach, not just in terms of competitive rates, but also through high value services and partnerships with reliable transport companies like Victory Liner. AirAsia is set to take low-cost flying to an all new high with our mantra ‘Now Everyone Can Fly,’" AirAsia Inc. CEO Maan Hontiveros said.

For more information about the latest travel promotions, services and partnerships of Victory Liner, visit www.victoryliner.com. (Reynaldo G. Navales)

Published in the Sun.Star Pampanga newspaper on April 08, 2012.

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