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Our airpark are near the City of Magalang at the foot of Mt. Arayat. It's easy to get there, here is how:>
By bus from Manila
Go to the Victory Liner bus terminal in Cubao (it's on Epiphanio de los Santos Avenue, or EDSA, north-east of Manila city centre) or to the Five Star bus terminal in Pasay (close to the airport).
To get to Cubao you can take the MRT to GMA Camuning.
Board a bus to Dau (which is part of Angeles).
At Dau walk a few steps to Mc Arthur Highway (a large north-south road). There board a jeepney to Concepción. Tell driver to drop you at the tricycle terminal of Dolores Magalang Intersection.
There get a tricycle to the Angeles City Flying Club.
Allow 3 to 4 hours for the trip.
Ride our free shuttle from Angeles
The shuttle leaves at 7:10 from KFC Dau on Mc. Arthur highway (see green arrow on map below). We can also pick you up at Mc Donald's or Catex around that time. Call us if this is inconvenient for you. We may be able to change the route.
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The shuttle returns at 17:00 (5pm). If you don't feel like a full day at our club, you can easily catch a jeepney back to Angeles.
By jeepney from Angeles
Take a jeepney from Astro Park opposite the Shell station (see green arrow on map below) to Concepcion. Confirm with the driver that he can drop you off at Dolores, Magalng (some jeepneys going to Magalang also go past there). From there we can pick you up or take a tricycle for a short ride to our club.
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FROM CLARK / ANGELES:
The fastest way is entering the North Luzon Expressway either at Angeles or Dau interchange, go northbound (towards Baguio) and then follow the instructions below (from there it is the same way as coming from Manila).
If you are in the base (Clark Special Economic Zone) exit the base at Mabalacat gate, go straight across McArthur Highway to Sta Ines, then follow the instruction below.
FROM MANILA: Remain on the North Luzon Expressway through the final set of toll-gates at Angeles/Dau and continue on the highway.
Do not take the right hand fork to SCTEX. At the end of the highway (now down to single carriageway) follow road around curves to intersection (Sta. Ines) and turn left over the expressway bridge. Make sure you are heading east towards Mt. Arayat (you should see the mountian ahead of you).
Remain on this road for 8.5 km until reaching the next main intersection (Main road to Baguio). Cross over this intersection straight into Dolores, Magalang. Follow the narrow concrete/dirt road for 1.5km. Turn right at T junction and after 800 meters, turn left. This road will take your through Sitio Talimundok marked by the two speed bumps in front of the school. After the speed bumps, about 300 meters you will see our sign.
By bicycle (from Angeles)
Ride towards SM Clark. Take the first turn right towards the SM carparks (follow the jeepneys).
Ride straight (don't turn into the car park). You will enter the base on a gravel road.
Follow that road straight, it will turn into an abandoned highway. To your right will be the perimeter wall and beyond that the abandoned railway line.
You will come to a divided highway, turn right and exit the base.
Continue always straight, cross Mc Arthur Highway and the North Luzon Expressway.
You are on the Mabalacat - Magalang Rd (see map on top of this page).
Remain on this road for another 8.5 km until reaching the next main intersection (Main road to Baguio). Cross over this intersection straight into Dolores, Magalang. Follow the narrow concrete/dirt road for 1.5km. Turn right at T junction and after 800 meters, turn left. This road will take your through Sitio Talimundok marked by the two speed bumps in front of the school. After the speed bumps, about 300 meters you will see our sign.
The ACFC is close to Angeles City, approximately 85Km north of Manila, the capital of the Philippines. The closest airport is Clark (30 minutes by car to the ACFC), but also Manila airport is only two hours away.
Angeles City is associated with Clark AB (CRK) the United States former largest airbase outside the US.
There are many international flights (including budget carriers) now flying directly to Clark (CRK) from either Hong Kong, Singapore, Bangkok, Dubai, Doha, Korea ect. Emirates & Quatar Airways offer one stop flights at very good prices from all major European airports.
Philippine Airlines (PAL) now flies non stop from London (LHR) to Manila, same as from Los Angeles (LAX) and San Franscisco (SFO).
Most major US & European airlines fly to Manila. From Manila to Angeles City, or directly to the ACFC, it’s best to use a hire car with driver (we can arrange) for about US$ 75 and it takes about two hours. For the budget traveller, hourly bus service to Angeles City is available at about US$ 3.50 from Manila or from Manila airport directly to Clark Airport at slightly more (details see here)