Philippine International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta on February 12-15, 2015
The 19th Philippine International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta is being held on 12th to 15th February 2015 at Clark, Angeles City, Pampanga.
PIHABF is a gathering of aviators from the Philippines and the world.
What began as a passion project has now evolved into the longest-running sports aviation event in Asia. The fiesta’s longtime objective is to instill discipline in participating young pilots so they can develop into safe aviators, as well as to impart a spirit volunteerism and cooperation to the whole community.
The fiesta is an opportunity to share and exchange cultures and traditions with visiting pilots from all over the world. They are given a taste of Filipino hospitality and the fiesta spirit. We hope that their beautiful experience becomes the best advertising for Philippine tourism. We also encourage the visiting pilots to be contributors to chosen beneficiaries of the foundation.
You can get your tickets at the front gate. Free entrance is available for each PhP300 contribution to the Foundation’s advocacy of sending deserving students through aviation-related courses.
Currently, (Nov 2014), these contributions are accepted through PayPal — a world-leader in online payment. To avail of this service, you have to be 18 years of age and have either a major credit or debit card, or Paypal account.
Getting to the Hot Air Balloon Fiesta by Public Transport
Clark is approximately 80km north of Manila and may be reached by land or air. Public buses travel on a daily basis. Ride a Victory Liner bus bound for Dagupan and go down at Dau common terminal. Walk a bit towards the highway where jeepneys or tricycle are available. These public utility vehicles can take you to Clark.
Getting to the Hot Air Balloon Fiesta by Car
Getting to the Clark Freeport Zone, otherwise known as the Clark Special Economic Zone, by car is easy. Simply take the North Luzon Expressway from Manila and exit at Dau, Mabalacat. After your exit, a left turn towards Angeles City, and a little Angeles City/Dau traffic, will bring you to within an easy right turn of the Clark Zone itself. The trip should take about an hour and a half from Manila without heavy traffic.
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