Sunlight Air Brings Warmth to the Skies of Clark

Sunlight Air continues to bring warmth to the Filipino skies as itlaunches its flights to Clark, Pampanga in efforts of promoting the recovery of domestic tourism in the new normal. 

On December 24, 2020, the airline held its company launch and inaugurated its flights from Manila to Busuanga with its travel bubble package in partnership with Sunlight Ecotourism Island Resort (SETIR) and Asia Pacific Travel. 

The travel bubble package features a safe and seamless all-inclusive travel experience from home to the resort and vice versa. Travelers are granted exclusivity and safety with Sunlight Air’s chartered flights that are strictly kept at 70% seating capacity and exclusive lounges in Manila and Busuanga where check-in and boarding processes are done without close contact with people who did not go through the same rigorous process. Add to these, its complimentary travel sanitation kits and in-flight entertainment, which are uncommon for most domestic airlines today.

The success of its pilot travel bubble with SETIR via Manila-Busuanga route drove Sunlight Air to inaugurate a new route for the same package. Starting February 5, 2021, travelers from Clark can experience a safe and seamless all-inclusive travel from Clark International Airport to Busuanga/SETIR. The airline has long been eyeing to offer flights to Clark due to its market potential and the need to enhance accessibility of flights to the North Luzon market. The travel bubble or “Fly, Stay & Dine” package offers roundtrip-chartered flights from Clark to Busuanga, 4 days and 3 nights’ accommodation in SETIR, roundtrip land and boat transfers from Busuanga to SETIR, daily breakfast, and food and beverage voucher.

Sunlight Air is also gearing up to launch more travel bubble partnerships and local destinations soon. The airline remains true to its promise in reconnecting Filipinos to more domestic destinations, especially in the new normal. 

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