Robinsons Starmills in partnership with the Clark International Airport Corporation (CIAC) and Genesis Transport Services formally inaugurated on Thursday the Robinsons Starmills Transport Hub in the City of San Fernando, Pampanga that will cater passengers and travelers to take their flights at Clark International Airport (CRK) vise versa.
CIAC President and CEO Atty. Emigdio Tanjautco III commended the efforts of the Robinsons Starmills and the Genesis Transport Services for the establishment of the hub with a ticketing lounge located at the Bus Terminal of Robinsons Starmills Pampanga.
Tanjuatco led the signing of the memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Arlene Magtibay Senior Vice President and General Manager of Robinsons Malls and Loren Zubia, head Marketing of the Genesis Transport Service that established the Robinsons Starmills Hub in Pampanga.
Tanjuatco siaid “It is fortunate that CIAC has entertained a strong partnership with Robinsons Starmills and Genesis with the establishment of the Transport Hub to cater the needs of passengers and travelers taking their flights at Clark Airport.”
“We all aim to give our customers the best service possible and one of the concerns of the passengers right now is the mobility of the passengers from terminal to destinations, and we are thankful that we have partners such as Robinsons and Genesis to address that concern,”
“Because now passengers will not have to think of how they will get to their destinations when they go to the airport and when they go from the airport,” he added.
Tanjuatco also said that “with this kind of a new quality service to our customers will further enhance the growth as well as the development of Clark Airport.”
Tanjuatco also vowed to extend support to Robinsons and Genesis to make the partnership stronger in the long run.
For her part, Magtibay said “we at Robinsons malls are very proud of this project particularly catering the needs of our customers by providing them a seamless travel leading to Clark Airport.”
“We are happy that we forged a partnership with CIAC and Genesis wherein we can provide transportation to passengers going to Clark Airport as it is being geared as the next major gateway in the country.”
“This is a very good synergy between what we are doing here with this launching of the shuttle service and the inter-regional transport hub because right now we already have 500 buses from various points of Luzon that are picking up and dropping passengers here in Robinsons,” she added.
“Now it will be much easier for passengers to go to Clark Airport by using the Robinsons Transport Hub,” Magtibay said.
Clark Airport is host to several airlines such as Asiana Airlines, Qatar Airways, Cebu Pacific, Seair, Tiger Air, Jin Air, Dragonair, Air Asia Berhad and Tiger Air Singapore.