Fly the Bus has regular departures from Swagman Hotel, Manila.
8:00 AM – 12 NOON – 3:00 PM
Swagman Resort Angeles to Swagman Hotel Manila
11:30 AM – 3:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Fare Php 600 per person one way.
Undoubtably the easiest way is to catch the Genesis P2P bus from Terminal 3 to Clark International Airport hourly service which also drops passengers off at SM City - Clark which is a short walk to Fields Avenue.
Philippine Rabbit have hourly departures from their Aveneda Terminal, just by the D. Jose LRT Station.. that will drop off at the end of Fields Avenue.
Victory Liner (for Dau Bus Station) Dagupan services from their Pasay (Makati) and Cubao (MRT Cubao Station).
Several other bus lines (Five Star, Partas, Dagupan, etc.) going north, but check with the conductor first that they will stop at Dau, or you could be walking from the toll booths! Five Star terminal is at Marquee Mall, not Dau.
Jeepneys from Dau are P10 to Fields Ave, or Tricycle to your hotel for Php 70 - 100.
From Clark International Airport
If you are lucky enough to get a flight that lands at Clark (Diosdido Magacapagal Airport), you are almost here!
Taxi about Php 200 to Perimeter Road.
The Genesis P2P hourly service to Manila Airport Terminal 3 drop off at SM City Clark, close to Fields Avenue.
Airconditioned jeepneys run to the Jeepney terminal at Checkpoint & Dau Bus Terminal
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Genesis P2P Bus from Manila Airport T3 to Clark Int. Airport
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Airport taxis from the grid charge like a wounded carabao (from P250 for a P60 fare!), but they to have waiting time to absorb.
Head up the stairs from the arrival deck to the departures deck, or down the access road, where you can hop a taxi that has just dropped passengers off, and head either for your Manila hotel, the nearest bus terminal (probably in nearby Pasay), or the LRT/MRT lines E.D.S.A. Taft Station for the D Jose or Cubao buses (see maps).
You may want to negotiate for the taxi to take you to Angeles (from Php 2,000 up).
The cheap Charlie alternative is to take one of the buses from the airport's access road that run up E.D.S.A. (Manila's excellent but congested ring road) for P10 per section air-con.
Main bus terminals are at Pasay (nearest to the airport) where you will find Victory Liner, BLTB, and Five Star buses and Partas, Cubao (halfway up E.D.S.A. heading north) for, Victory Liner, Dominion, Dagupan and Partas, Monumento (north, near expressway) for Victory Liner, and D Jose for Philippine Rabbit.