Point-to-point buses to ply NAIA-Clark Sept. 15


Posted at Sep 14 2017 09:10 PM | Updated as of Sep 15 2017 07:28 AM

MANILA - Point-to-point buses will start ferrying passengers between the Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Pasay City and the Clark International Airport in Pampanga starting Friday.

Genesis Transport Service Inc., which won the bidding for the route, said 10 buses will be deployed Friday, with the number expected to grow to 48 units next year. 

Each bus can carry 50 passengers and is equipped with a CCTV, a GPS tracker, wifi, and charging stations for mobile gadgets.

From Clark, passengers can choose to get off at either Trinoma Mall in Quezon City or at the NAIA Terminal 3. 

A trip from Clark to NAIA will cost P350, Clark to Ortigas in Pasig City at P300, and Clark to North Edsa in Quezon City at P250.

The Department of Transportation said additional point-to-point routes from Clark to other destinations in northern and central Luzon would be available soon. -- with a report from Jacque Manabat, ABS-CBN News