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SilkAir Launches Flights to Kalibo (Boracay)

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SilkAir has launched flights between Singapore and Kalibo the gateway to Boracay in Philippines.

Kalibo will be SilkAirís third destination in the Philippines after Cebu and Davao, increasing the number of destinations in SilkAirís route network to 46 destinations in 12 countries.

Flights to Kalibo will be operated on a thrice weekly basis, departing Singapore on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays. The flights will be operated by Airbus A319 and A320 aircraft, featuring both Business and Economy Class cabins.

MI599 departs Singapore Changi Airport Terminal 2 at 10:00 to arrive in Kalibo at 13:45. The return flight departs at 15:00 to land in Singapore at 20:10.

Kalibo is the capital of Aklan province in the Philippines and is a gateway to the beautiful Boracay island where natureís bounty of scenic attractions can be found, with fine sandy beaches and crystal clear waters. Boracay also offers a wide array of attractions, from cascading waterfalls, natural cold springs, and the chance to explore the five caves of Buruanga town.

ďThe launch of these direct flights to Kalibo highlights our commitment to the Philippine market. Weíre excited to be connecting our customers to more destinations in the Philippines and are confident that they will be delighted with the ease in which they can now visit yet another unique destination in the region with SilkAir,Ē said SilkAirís Chief Executive, Mr. Leslie Thng.

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