Book flights from Manila to Jeddah 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.
One of the things you’ll really appreciate on flights from Clark to Jeddah with Qatar Airways is the exceptional amount of seating space offered on-board. Recline in seats that give you all the room you need for proper relaxation, and sit back and let attentive, professional cabin crew offer you a selection of international cuisine from an exclusive in-flight menu, as well as a selection of award-winning services all designed to enhance your customer experience. Arrive in Saudi Arabia ready for business or to discover the sights and attractions of this remarkable city.
This major Saudi port on the Red Sea is not only a regional commercial hub but a main gateway for pilgrims visiting Mecca and Medina. When you visit Jeddah with Qatar Airways, you can enjoy panoramic city and sea views from the Corniche promenade, and have easy access to the city’s attractions. These include King Fahd’s Fountain on the Corniche itself, a symbol of the city, and the cultural treasures of the 7th century Al-Balad historic district.
Arriving in Jeddah
One of Saudi Arabia’s main commercial centres, Jeddah has also been a trading post for centuries, making it a key location in the Middle East. Today it welcomes visitors from around the world with an eclectic mix of ancient and modern, traditional and contemporary. As well as being a major tourist resort, it’s also the main entrance point for pilgrims making the Hajj to Mecca and Medina.
Book a flight to Jeddah with Qatar Airways and you’ll discover a cosmopolitan city that’s full of life and interest. From exclusive shopping malls and boutiques to ancient mosques filled with stunning traditional Islamic design, Jeddah is a vibrant and fascinating location.
Still marked by the gates that once defended it from raiders, Jeddah’s number one tourist location has to be al-Balad, or the Old Town. Here you’ll find traditional Jeddah life in a warren of alleyways, streets and squares, where souqs sell spices and jewellery, and a few remaining examples of coral houses still exist.
The Corniche offers spectacular views of the Red Sea and for anyone who wants to take part in diving or snorkelling trips, this is the place to head to hire equipment, boats or join organised groups heading out daily. The Corniche is also home to the tallest fountain in the world, the King Fahd Fountain.
There are plenty of museums in Jeddah, including the Jeddah Regional Museum of Archaeology and Ethnography, and the Nasseef House, which gives first-time visitors an excellent introduction to the culture and history of Saudi Arabia.
Flights to Jeddah with Qatar Airways land at King Abdulaziz 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 Jeddah please check the visa and passport requirements.