Budget carrier Cebu Pacific (CEB) said on Sunday it is ramping up its domestic route with the resumption of direct flights from its hubs in Cebu and Davao.
Xander Lao, Chief Commercial Officer at Cebu Pacific, said this month, the carrier resumes direct flights to four destinations from Cebu, namely: Calbayog, Surigao, Puerto Princesa, and Legazpi. It also resumes four direct flights from Davao, namely: Bohol, Iloilo, Zamboanga, and Cagayan de Oro.
“We are happy to keep enabling everyJuan to safely fly across our largest Philippine network. Cebu and Davao are very important for us as they serve as our main hubs in the Vis-Min area. We know that now is the perfect time for us to resume these direct flights while we see an increase in overall passenger confidence,” he said.
The carrier also increased the frequencies of its other flights from Cebu to Manila, Davao, Iloilo, Zamboanga, Coron, Boracay, Cagayan de Oro, Bacolod, Clark, General Santos, Siargao, Tacloban, Dumaguete, Pagadian, Butuan, Ozamis, Camiguin, and Dipolog.
Lao said the increased operations are “in line with the airline’s commitment to ensure it provides affordable and accessible flights for everyJuan across its widest domestic network.”
“We are positive that this expansion in routes and frequencies would further enable Cebuanos and Dabawenyos alike to fly to their favorite destinations in the country—whether to visit family and friends, or go on much-needed vacations over the summer season.”
Cebu Pacific aims to restore 100 percent of its pre-pandemic domestic capacity this month. The Gokongwei-led airline has a fleet of 22 A320ceo, six A320neo, seven A321ceo, 10 A321neo, six A330ceo, two A330neo, 14 ATR 72-600, six ATR 72-500 and two ATR Freighters.