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Seair offers the fastest Boracay flights via Caticlan and is the only airline that brings passengers directly to Boracay via it's complimentary transfers from Caticlan Airport to Boracay and vice versa.

Aquino Graces Launch of SEAIR’s First Airbus

President Benigno S. Aquino III was the guest of honor at the blessing of the first Airbus of South East Asian Airlines (SEAIR) at the Diosdado Macapagal International Airport here.

The new 144-seat A319 jet aircraft will fly SEAIR’s first international destination — Singapore, starting Dec. 16.

SEAIR President Avelino Zapanta said that with the new aircraft, his company projects monthly air passenger traffic at the Clark Freeport Zone to increase by more than 60 percent or an additional 200,000 passengers annually.

Additional routes for the new jet aircraft, according to him, will be added in the coming months.

“The introduction of these new flights will create a welcome boost to the Philippine tourism industry and create more high-caliber local jobs," said Zapanta.

SEAIR is the first airline locator at the Clark Freeport Zone and the second firm to put its trust and confidence in the Clark Development Corp.

It is also the first Tiger Airways Partner Airline that will market and distribute its seats using its established internet booking system,

According to Clark International Airport Corporation (CIAC), an average of 25,000 passengers land every month at the Diosdado Macapagal International Airport (DMIA) at Clark.

The airline was founded in 1995 with an initial investment of P2 million and two nine-seater planes.

Through the years, it has helped develop and brought travelers to some of the most breathtaking destinations in the country, including Batanes, Palawan, and Boracay.

It has the longest history of uninterrupted Boracay flights to Caticlan, having served this gateway to one of the world’s top beach destinations for almost 16 years. (PNA)

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