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Cebu Pacific gradually resumes international flights

Cebu Pacific said Thursday it is mounting flights to more Asian destinations this months as it rebuilds its international operations. 

CEB said that beginning Aug. 4, it would increase flight frequencies to Singapore from twice to thrice weekly, with Manila to Singapore operating every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Singapore to Manila will be every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.

Special commercial flights from Dubai to Manila are mounted every Wednesday, in response to the government’s call for assistance to repatriate workers in the Middle East while the travel ban remains in effect.

Flights between Manila and Seoul, South Korea have gone up from twice to thrice weekly with additional frequency on Monday, beginning Aug. 16.

Starting Aug. 22, CEB will be flying from twice to thrice weekly from Tokyo (Narita) to Manila, with additional frequency every Sunday.  

Daily flights to Hong Kong from Manila will resume on Aug. 11.

Other reinstated flights include flights to Nagoya, Osaka (Kansai) and Taipei, starting the week of Aug. 14, with twice weekly flights for Nagoya and Osaka (Kansai); and weekly flights for Taipei to and from Manila.

“We remain cautiously optimistic as we gradually rebuild our international network,” said Candice Iyog, vice president for marketing and customer experience of Cebu Pacific.  “We recognize the need for non-leisure travel to these routes and we assure everyJuan that we are committed to keep prioritizing safety as we restore trust and confidence in air travel.”

Travel regulations issued by the governments of the Philippines, the United Arab Emirates, Singapore, Japan, Hong Kong, South Korea and Taiwan will be implemented.

Topics: Cebu Pacific , international flights , resumption , Candice Iyog
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