Low-cost carrier Cebu Pacific will increase flights to tourism havens Siargao, Boracay, and Bohol in October following the easing of quarantine restrictions
For international destinations, Cebu Pacific will resume its daily flights to Dubai and will fly twice weekly to Nagoya and Osaka
The airline will resume flights to Fukuoka in November and restart flights to Kuala Lumpur on October 4
To encourage fliers, flexible options with unlimited rebooking will be offered
Cebu Pacific in March made permanent its policy not to charge change fees
Low-cost carrier Cebu Pacific will increase flights to tourism havens Siargao, Boracay, and Bohol in October following the easing of quarantine restrictions.
In October, the airline will expand flights to Siargao from five times to six times weekly; raise its frequencies to Boracay from four to five times daily; and bump up flights to Bohol from nine to 10 times weekly.
“We believe reopening domestic travel and the promotion of responsible travel is critical to rebuilding the trust and travel confidence in the industry,” Cebu Pacific vice president for marketing and customer experience Candice Iyog said in a statement.
For international destinations, Cebu Pacific will resume its daily flights to Dubai on September 30. For Japan, Cebu Pacific will fly twice weekly to Nagoya starting October 2, and Osaka on October 4, and resume flights to Fukuoka on November 5. Meanwhile, flights to Kuala Lumpur will restart on October 4.
To encourage fliers, the airline continues to offer flexible options with unlimited rebooking following the permanent removal of change fees in March 2021.
Cebu Pacific currently operates 32 destinations locally and eight international destinations.