Cebu Pacific (CEB) remains committed to the development of the Clark International Airport (CIA) in Pampanga.
Beginning December 16, 2016, CEB will increase its Clark-Cebu-Clark operations from three to six times weekly while Clark-Hong Kong-Clark will be up from seven to 10 times weekly.
By adding more flights between Clark and Hong Kong, CEB hopes to further stimulate economic trade and investments from one of Asia’s largest financial hubs to North and Central Luzon. On the other hand, increased flights from Clark to the Philippines’ second largest city, Cebu, will boost domestic tourism opportunities.
CEB is the only Philippine carrier that operates flights out of Clark and has done so since November 2008. CEB currently operates 21 flights weekly from Clark to Cebu, Hong Kong, Macau, and Singapore, utilizing 180-seater Airbus A320 aircraft. This further growth in Clark operations will increase CEB’s commitment to 27 weekly flights.
“As one of CEB’s six strategic hubs in the country, CEB will continue to grow Clark to serve the needs of North and Central Luzon. The additional frequencies and further investments strengthen our commitment to the development of the country’s airports. We sincerely look forward to the progression of flight and ground operations at Clark as well as a furthering of incentives that Clark will offer to the carriers,” says Atty. JR Mantaring, CEB Vice President for Corporate Affairs.