Cebu Pacific Ramps up Domestic Service, Adds Flights to Davao and Iloilo
Starting March 27th, Cebu Pacific will operate up to 16 daily flights from Manila and Boracay, up to seven daily flights to Bohol, ten daily flights to Cagayan de Oro, 18 daily flights to Cebu, ten daily flights to Davao and three daily flights to Iloilo.
On Monday (March 7, 2022), Cebu Pacific announced a ramp up of domestic services with the addition of flights to key hubs in Davao and Iloilo, and the restart of service to Siargao, Surigao and Calbayog. From March 27th, the carrier will offer up to 16 daily flights from Manila and Boracay, up to seven daily flights to Bohol, up to 10 daily flights to Cagayan de Oro, to Cebu up to 18 times daily, Davao ten times daily and three daily flights to Iloilo. This month, Cebu Pacific is also resuming flights to Siargao and Surigao via Manila, Calbayog via Cebu, Iloilo and Zamboanga via Davao on General Santos via Iloilo.
In Monday’s announcement, Cebu Pacific’s Chief Commercial Officer, Xander Lao, said,
“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.”
Cebu Pacific CEB) currently operates the widest domestic network in the Philippines with 34 destinations, along with 17 international destinations. The carrier has received a 7/7 star rating from airlineratings.com for their multi-layered COVID-19 health and safety protocols. All Cebu Pacific crewmembers have been vaccinated, and are required to undergo regular antigen testing. CEB operates one of the youngest fleets in the world with 74 aircraft, including two dedicated ATR freighters.
Source: Cebu Pacific