What US airlines will be serving DMIA in Clark once it becomes a reality By the year 2013?
Clark was served regularly by cargo and passenger flights to and from Andersen AFB, Guam; Kadena AB, Japan; Diego Garcia; Jakarta, Indonesia; and Saigon, Vietnam (until 1975). During the 1970s, passengers arrived via Trans International Douglas DC-8 flights from Travis AFB, California (via Honolulu and Guam). By 1980, the base had grown to such an extent that weekly Flying Tigers Boeing 747 service to St. Louis (via Kadena AB Japan; Anchorage; and Los Angeles) had begun. The 747 service was taken over by Tower Air sometime in the late 1980s, and was augmented with a weekly Hawaiian Airlines L-1011 or Douglas DC-8 to Guam-Honolulu-Los Angeles.
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Most likely the same airlines that serve NAIA, because it's replacing NAIA as the main international airport for Manila and the Philippines. Delta and Hawaiian Airlines currently serve NAIA. American Airlines may start up a new route there to compete with Delta if they desire to.