Cebu Pacific mounts additional flights from Clark airport starting Nov.
Cebu Pacific is expanding its operations from Clark International Airport by adding flights heading to new domestic destinations starting November, the airline company said Thursday.
Cebu Pacific will be mounting daily flights between Clark and Davao, and between Clark and Tagbilaran (Bohol), starting Nov. 9, 2018, helping “improve air connectivity and logistics between Central Luzon, the Visayas and Mindanao.”
“The expansion of our Clark route network and connecting this to our Davao hub will open opportunities for commerce, entrepreneurs, and domestic investments for Central Luzon, while we anticipate that the Clark-Tagbilaran route will help boost trade and tourism,” Atty. JR Mantaring, Vice President for Corporate Affairs of Cebu Pacific, said in a statement.
“This in turn, will help spur economic growth and provide travelers with more route options to get to their destinations,” he added.
Cebu Pacific has been operating at Clark airport since 2006, with Cebu as its first destination. The company said that beginning Oct. 28, 2019, it will also double its flight to Cebu, from once daily.
It is likewise expected to resume its direct flights to Caticlan (Boracay) from Clark by Oct. 28 this year.
Aside from Cebu, the destination of Cebu Pacific flights from Clark include Singapore, Macau, and Hongkong.
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