Book flights from Manila to Milan with Qatar Airways
Flying from Clark
Also known as the Clark Freeport Zone, this unique location is focused on providing visitors with leisure and business opportunities in a dynamic and unusual setting. Clark International Airport serves this region, providing an efficient and modern passenger experience that connects travellers to destinations across the globe. Passengers flying from Clark Economic Zone with Qatar Airways will find this to be a modern, efficient departure point, with plenty of excellent facilities and amenities. The airport is very modern and is still undergoing rapid expansion.
Transportation and parking
Drivers can access the airport via the Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway, which links directly with Clark itself. A number of bus services run to the newly constructed bus terminal, offering plenty of choice when it comes to cheap public transport links to Clark and other locations including Manila.
Jeepneys, the vibrant and somewhat flamboyant buses that are iconic in the Philippines, also run regularly to the airport. Car parking is available but there are limited spaces at the moment.
Arriving in Clark Economic Zone
Passengers flying from Clark Economic Zone with Qatar Airways will depart from the main terminal. Currently the airport is under development, with two new terminals planned. However, all international flights currently leave from Terminal 1.
Once Terminal 2 is completed it will handle all international flights in future. Arrive at least two hours before your flight is scheduled to depart to ensure you have sufficient time to clear customs and check in.
Facilities and amenities
Facilities and amenities are excellent, including good provision for business travellers, Wi-Fi throughout most public areas and full accessibility for disabled passengers.
A large retail outlet area provides travellers with everything they need including luxury goods and accessories, perfumes, watches and travel goods. A food court offers everything from light refreshments through to international cuisine and local Filipino specialities.
Book a flight from Clark Special Economic Zone to Milan with Qatar Airways and you’ll experience air travel at its luxurious best. Choose from a menu of fine cuisine, and relax in spacious, comfortable seating. Throughout the flight you’ll also be able to take your pick from a selection of quality in-flight services and enjoy the attention of highly-trained crew members who provide you with a tailored service that’s focused on your customer experience. Fly to one of Italy’s most beautiful cities with us and land refreshed and energised.
Milan is one of the world’s major centres for fashion and design. As a financial hub, it also offers a great choice of fine dining venues and exclusive shopping opportunities. Great buildings such as the Duomo di Milano Cathedral bear witness to its rich and colourful history. Leonardo da Vinci’s famous ‘Last Supper’ fresco is housed in the city’s convent of Santa Maria delle Gratzie, while money other attractions await you when you come to Milan with Qatar Airways.
Arriving in Milan
Best known as an epicentre of high fashion and couture, Milan in northern Italy has to be one of the most stylish and luxurious destinations in the world. This confident, elegant location welcomes the well dressed, the well heeled and the super-rich with open arms, offering everything from designer shopping to 5-star hotels where every detail is catered to.
Book a flight to Milan with Qatar Airways, and you’ll discover that there is also a lot more to this city than fashion. Plenty of attractions, galleries, opera and high culture make it an art lover’s delight, while business travellers will be drawn to the entrepreneurial spirit of the city and its thriving commercial centre.
Milan’s museums house collections of international importance. The best are located in the Pinacoteca di Brera, which can be compared with the greats such as the Louvre in Paris and Madrid's El Prado. The museum is home to Italy’s finest classical art collection, including "The Kiss" by Francesco Hayez. Other must-see museums and galleries include the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana, the Poldi Pezzoli Museum, and the Societa' per le Belle Arti ed Esposizione Permanente for more contemporary art and sculpture.
The Leonardo da Vinci Museum of Science and Technology is a fascinating and interactive museum that looks a little more closely at some of the great man’s scientific inventions and ideas. For opera lovers, the obvious destination has to be La Scala Theatre, one of the world’s most important venues for classical opera. A strangely beautiful attraction is the Art Nouveau cemetery of Cimitero Monumentale, which is filled with lavish sculptures and is effectively the largest open-air Art Nouveau museum in the world.
The Cinque Vie historical district is Milan’s ancient heart, and is where the Roman city grew up. It’s also home to some of the city’s most exclusive boutique shopping, and plenty of espresso bars to keep you refreshed and fuelled up for a busy day’s sightseeing.
Flights to Milan with Qatar Airways land at Malpensa Airport, the city’s international airport. Visa restrictions for entry into the country will depend on your country of origin, length of stay and whether your trip is for business or pleasure. Before you fly to Milan please check the visa and passport requirements.