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Cebu Pacific to Resume Service Between Manila and Brunei From July 23, 2022

Cebu Pacific will expand their international network to 18 destinations with the resumption of service between Manila and Brunei from July 23, 2022. The route will be operated twice weekly on Thursdays and Saturdays.

Cebu Pacific to Resume Service Between Manila and Brunei From July 23, 2022 - Courtesy CEB

On Friday (June 24, 2022), Cebu Pacific (CEB) announced that they will resume service between Manila and Brunei with two weekly flights on Thursdays and Saturdays starting July 23, 2022. With the resumed service, the carrier expands their international network to 18 destinations. Flight 5J 409 will depart Ninoy Aquino International Airport's Terminal 3 at 19:10 and arrive at Brunei International Airport at 21:40. The return flight, 5J 410, will depart Brunei at 22:30 and arrive in Manila at 00:50 the following morning (all times local).

In Friday’s announcment, Cebu Pacific’s Chief Commercial Officer, Xander Lao, said,

“We are delighted to keep boosting our international flight frequencies as we continuously see strong demand for air travel. We are especially happy to bring this route back after a two-year hiatus as we know many of our kababayans are looking forward to visiting their family and friends – whether in Brunei, or back home in the Philippines.”

Upon check-in, fully vaccinated Filipinos traveling to Brunei will be required to provide proof of compete vaccination, an e-health arrival declaration form filled out within 24 hours of departure, and a certificate of travel medical insurance with COVID-19 coverage (minimum coverage of BND 20,000). Returning home, Filipinos are no longer required to take a pre-departure COVID-19 test.

Cebu Pacific (CEB) currently operates the widest domestic network in the Philippines with 34 destinations, along with 18 international destinations. CEB operates one of the youngest fleets in the world with 75 aircraft, including 22 Airbus A320ceos, six A320neos, seven A321ceos, 10 A321neos, six A330ceos, two A330neos, 14 ATR 72-600s, six ATR 72-500s and two dedicated ATR freighters.

Source: Cebu Pacific


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