Royal Air launches Clark-Busan, Bohol-Seoul flights

Aviation Updates Philippines – Royal Air Philippines resumed scheduled commercial service today with the relaunch of two international flights from top tourist destinations in the country.

Photo from Bohol-Panglao International Airport, Facebook page.

The airline sent off the maiden flight between Clark, Philippines, and Busan, South Korea, on July 28, 2022, marking the airline's return to scheduled commercial passenger flights.

Clark-Busan flights operate twice weekly, every Thursday and Sunday, on board the airline's Airbus A320 aircraft.

Flight RW-307 departs from Clark at 3:10 pm (UTC +8) and arrives in Busan at 8:00 pm (UTC +9). The return flight, RW-308, departs from Busan at 9:05 pm (UTC +9) and arrives back in Clark at 11:55 pm (UTC +8).

On the other hand, Royal Air also launched flights between Bohol, Philippines, and Seoul-Incheon, South Korea, on July 30, 2022.

In a Facebook post from Bohol-Panglao International Airport, the maiden flight from Seoul to Bohol arrived at 11:35 pm (UTC +8) with 171 passengers aboard.

Aviation authorities welcomed the inaugural flight with a traditional water cannon salute upon arrival.

Bohol-Incheon flights operate twice weekly, every Wednesday and Saturday.

Flight RW-146 departs from Bohol at 1:40 pm (UTC +8) and arrives in Seoul-Incheon at 7:10 pm (UTC +9). After an hour of turnaround time, flight RW-147 departs at 8:10 pm (UTC +9) and returns to Bohol at 11:40 pm (UTC +8).