Cebu Pacific Is Expanding its Domestic Network
Starting March 27, flights from Manila and Boracay will be available up to 16 times per day; flights to Bohol will be available up to seven times per day; flights to Cagayan de Oro will be available up to ten times per day; flights to Cebu will be available up to 18 times per day; flights to Davao will be available up to ten times per day; and flights to Iloilo will be available three times per day. Aside from these, CEB will restart flights to additional destinations in the Philippines this month, including Siargao and Surigao via Manila, Calbayog via Cebu, Iloilo and Zamboanga via Davao, and General Santos via Iloilo.
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“We are very happy to continuously see positive indicators in the industry, that is why we are also doing what we can to ensure we address the travel demand. Our passengers’ safety and comfort remain our primary concerns and we look forward to flying them to their desired destinations,” said Xander Lao, CEB Chief Commercial Officer.
CEB employs an active flying crew that is adequately immunised. To ensure the continuous safety of its personnel and passengers, CEB has already begun its booster programme. In addition, airlineratings.com has given the airline a 7/7 star rating for COVID-19 compliance, indicating that it is continuing to develop a multi-layered approach to safety in accordance with worldwide aviation regulations. Its planes are fitted with HEPA (High Efficiency Particular Arrestor) air filters, which keep viruses at away. CEB has the Philippines’ largest internal network, with 34 locations to choose from in addition to its 17 overseas destinations. It operates a 74-strong fleet, one of the world’s youngest, with two (2) dedicated ATR freighters.
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