Published on : Thursday, February 14, 2013
Cebu Pacific mounts additional flights to select domestic and international destinations, in preparation for summer peak travel in the Philippines.
Starting March 11, there will be 12 weekly flights from Manila to Tagbilaran, gateway to the island of Bohol. CEB’s Manila-Tacloban service will also be 33 times weekly, starting March 31.
Flight frequencies to key domestic routes from Manila will also increase. There will be up to seven daily Manila-Bacolod flights and up to six Manila-Kalibo flights starting March 31. Starting April 2, CEB will operate 15 daily flights between Manila and Cebu, and up to 10 daily flights between Manila and Davao.
CEB also boosts its Cebu hub with additional flights starting April 2. This includes flights from Cebu to Bacolod (thrice daily), Boracay (23 times weekly), Davao (four times daily), General Santos (10 times weekly), Legazpi (five times weekly), Puerto Princesa (twice daily) and Siargao (six times weekly).
CEB will also operate five daily flights from Manila to Singapore starting March 23, and 12 weekly flights from Manila to Bangkok starting April 1.
“These flight frequency increases are in line with brand-new A320 aircraft deliveries in January and March, the first two of seven aircraft arriving this year. We look forward to flying our guests to their summer destinations with our brand-new aircraft, comprising one of the most modern fleets in the world,” CEB VP for Marketing and Distribution Candice Iyog.
Source: Cebu Pacific