CLARK FREEPORT -- The Clark International Airport will remain operational throughout the duration of the enhanced community quarantine from March 15 to April 14.
This, following the announcement made by the Philippine Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) on the amendments and/or modifications to the guidelines for the community quarantine in Luzon island and management of the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) situation.
The Lipad Corporation, operator of Clark International Airport (CRK), announced that it will remain operational to service inbound and outbound international flights throughout the duration of the quarantine period.
Only Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs), balikbayans, and foreign nationals will be allowed to leave the Philippines at any time.
Filipino citizens leaving for tourism purposes will not be allowed to depart.
Inbound international passengers shall be allowed entry, subject to strict immigration and quarantine protocols.
The public is advised to observe ground transportation guidelines when traveling to and from the airport.
Land transportation such as P2P bus services, public utility vehicles, and taxi services will not be operational during this time.
This is also subject to any further directives set by the Philippine IATF and the provincial government of Pampanga.
The Clark Development Corporation has placed Clark Freeport on lock down in consonance of the Luzon-wide quarantine.
Only employees, residents, and medical personnel from various hospitals inside shall be allowed to enter the Freeport.