Clark International Airport serves the general area of Angeles City in Philippines, handling both domestic and international flights to the region.
There are many retail shops at the airport if travellers have time before their flights to do a bit of last-minute shopping. Goods sold at the airport include fashion apparel and accessories, books and magazines as well as toys and games. There are duty-free outlets selling items such as perfume and cosmetics, confectionery, liquor, and tobacco. Prices are much lower compared to that in the city. Passengers may also pick up souvenirs of the country as gifts for their friends and family back home.
There are numerous food options to satisfy any growling stomachs. Coffee joints are also available to provide travellers with their caffeine fix, in a place where they can relax and wait for their flights.
Wi-Fi is available at the airport, although connection is sometimes intermittent. Travellers who need a more stable connection or those who do not have their own Wi-Fi-enabled electronic devices may visit one of the internet kiosks, where there are computers set up with internet access. Passengers may surf the net, check their emails, continue working on the go or chat online with their loved ones or business associates.