Book flights from Manila to Dammam 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.
Arriving in Dammam
Dammam is the third largest city in Saudi Arabia after Riyadh and Jeddah. This modern, forward-looking location also acknowledges its history and past with an eclectic mix of incredibly modern architecture that subtly incorporates more ancient design motifs and features. The result is a city that is stunningly beautiful and an oasis in the middle of a vast desert.
Book a flight to Dammam with Qatar Airways and you’ll discover a fascinating city that is beginning to attract more leisure visitors every year. Although a relatively recent addition to the visitor’s map in Saudi Arabia, Dammam offers those who come to the city a warm and friendly welcome.
Dammam’s Corniche is perhaps one of the most popular meeting places for both tourists and locals. Looking out over the Persian Gulf and with a cooling breeze in the evening, this is a relaxing spot that has plenty of cafés and restaurants. A four-kilometre long track allows you to stretch your legs and take in the views.
An extension of the Corniche is Al Morjan Island, a small artificial island with a monument at the centre. But the most striking monument in the city has to be its enormous flagpole, a staggering 60m high and the tallest in the kingdom. It is a landmark that the locals are very proud of, and also serves as a good marker point if you get lost.
Flights to Dammam with Qatar Airways land at King Fahd 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 Dammam please check the visa and passport requirements.
Flights from Clark Special Economic Zone to Dammam with Qatar Airways offer you every luxury and convenience in premium-quality air travel. Enjoy plenty of personal seating space, while attentive and friendly cabin crew provide you with a selection of high-quality services. With award-winning cuisine also on offer, you’ll land in Saudi Arabia’s eastern regional capital feeling refreshed and relaxed.
Visitors flock to Dammam from across the Gulf and beyond to enjoy its natural beauties such as the long, sandy beaches and some of the best fishing in the region. There are also many cultural and historic sites here, such as the Old Town, dominated by the imposing Tarout Castle. Take a stroll around King Abdullah Park or King Fahad Park, or enjoy the sea views from the Dammam Corniche. The Dammam Regional Museum has artefacts dating back millennia, while the local Rakah neighbourhood is one of the world’s most ancient inhabited areas.