Cebu Pacific will promote travel to popular Philippine destinations through additional frequencies starting fourth quarter of 2016.
Domestic traffic is expected to increase for this year’s semester and holiday break, with forward bookings reflecting growing demand for air travel to and from key destinations across the country. From October 30, 2016 onwards, Cebu Pacific aims to meet this demand by adding frequencies to and from 18 domestic destinations.
Cebu Pacific’s flights between Manila and Cauayan will increase from four times weekly to daily. The airline will also increase services out of Manila on the following routes: Manila-Bacolod (from 49 to 52 times weekly), Manila-Busuanga (25 to 28 times weekly), Manila-Cagayan de Oro (54 to 59 times weekly), Manila-Cotabato (9 to 10 times weekly), Manila-General Santos (28 to 31 times weekly), Manila-Legazpi (29 to 39 times weekly), Manila-Naga (11 to 14 times weekly), Manila-Pagadian (9 to 11 times weekly), and Manila-Zamboanga (25 to 33 times weekly).
Travellers from the Visayas region can also take advantage of additional flights between Cebu and the following destinations: Bacolod (additional 10 times weekly service), Butuan (3 times weekly), Cagayan de Oro (6 times weekly), Davao (7 times weekly), Dumaguete (3 times weekly), General Santos ( twice weekly), Iloilo (once a week ), Puerto Princesa (8 times weekly), Siargao (twice weekly), and Zamboanga (6 times weekly).
The airline also increased its flights from Mindanao, adding thrice weekly frequencies between Zamboanga and Tawi-Tawi for a total of 10 weekly flights, and an additional weekly frequency between Davao and Bacolod for a total of four weekly flights..
Atty. JR Mantaring, Cebu Pacific Vice President for Corporate Affairs, said:
“By offering more flight options via our trademark lowest year-round fares, Cebu Pacific consistently fuels passenger traffic, and with it trade and tourism opportunities, into communities that thrive on them. We continue to grow and develop our network to further cultivate these local economies and entice investors to devote resources on our markets”.