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1. What is Travel Tax?

The travel tax is a levy imposed by the Philippines Government on the individuals (citizens of the Philippines, permanet resident aliens, and non- resident aliens who have stayed in the Philippines for more than one year) who are leaving the country irrespective of the place where the air ticket is issued and the form or place of payment, as provided for by Presidential Decree (PD) 1183, as amended:

2. What are the Travel Tax Rates?

First Class Passage Economy Class Passage Full Rate PHP 2,700.00 PHP 1,620.00Standard Reduced Rate PHP 1,350.00 PHP 810.00 Privileged Reduced Rate for Overseas Filipino Worker’s (OFWs) dependents PHP 400.00 PHP 300.00 Processing Fee per Certificate PHP 200.00 PHP200.00A Travel Tax of PHP 1,620.00 shall be collected from every departing passenger at the Clark International Airport (CRK)

3. Terminal Fees:

Domestic PHP150.00 per pax.

International PHP550.00 per pax.

4. Allowed Weight for Baggage:

International-Luggage-15 Kilos Check-InHand-Carried-7 KilosDomestic-Luggage-10 Kilos Check-InHand-Carried-3 Kilos

5. Park & Fly

The Clark International Airport (CRK) has a Park & Fly that costs PHP 90.00 per day.

6. Parking Fee

A Parking Fee of PHP 30.00 per hour shall be charged for vehicles that shall park at the Clark International Airport (CRK) parking lot.

7. Foreign Exchange

Foreign Exchange services are available at the Clark International Airport (CRK) Terminal. The services, exchange of Pesos to Dollars, are provided by RCBC & Veterans Bank.

8. Ticketing Offices/Counters

* AirAsia * Cebu Pacific * Spirit of Manila

9. Concessionaires

Concessionaires at the Terminal included: a Duty-free Shop at the Arrival Area and souvenir shops at the Pre-Departure Area.

10. Taxable Items

Electronic products that are brought in by passengers shall be subject to the tax and duties.

11. Smoking Area

A Smoking Area will soon be constructed at the Clark International Airport (CRK) Terminal.

12. Prohibited Items

The list of prohibited items has been expanded to include all liquid substances such as beverages, lotion, shampoo, toothpatse, gels astringents and other items of similar consistency. These items shall be placed in the check-in luggage and shall be confiscated if found at the final screening point. Subject to usual inspection but are not covered by these restrictios are baby formula, breast milk or juice for a baby or small child who is travelling, prescription medicine under the passenger’s name, insulin and other non-prescription medicines and airline crew groom kits. For other special arrangements please coordinate with your airline company.


  1. are there any available airport transfers from DMIA TO NAIA?

  2. Any direct shuttle is available from CRK to NAIA airport?

    thank you

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