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Royal Air to launch Clark-Haikou-Davao triangular cargo route

Aviation Updates Philippines – Focusing on the regional cargo market within Southeast Asia, Royal Air Philippines announced on Tuesday the launch of triangular cargo flights between the Philippines and China this month.

In a Facebook post, Royal Air announced plans to fly the Clark-Haikou-Davao triangular cargo route on a thrice-weekly schedule beginning Friday, July 9, 2021.

The first leg, RW-511, will depart from Clark International Airport at 11:30 pm and arrive at Haikou Meilan International Airport at 2:10 am the next day. The aircraft will then leave from Haikou at 5:30 am and arrive in Davao at 8:30 am as flight RW-812. The last leg will depart at 10:50 am and will come back in Clark at 12:30 pm.

The Clark-Haikou service will fly every Tuesday, Friday, and Sunday, while the Haikou-Davao-Clark leg will fly every Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday.

Last March, Royal Air launched a direct cargo service between Clark and Davao as part of a cargo network expansion. The airline also inaugurated cargo Manila-Incheon cargo flights in January 2021.

READ: Royal Air launches Manila-Incheon cargo flight

Royal Air operates a fleet of two Airbus A319-100 and two Airbus A320-200 aircraft. The airline also previously flew a fleet of three British Aerospace RJ-100 jets.

Photo by ChaleLu, JetPhotos.net

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