Mon, 10 Dec 2018

Cebu Pacific Launches Direct Cebu - Macau Flights

Cebu Pacific has launched direct flights between Cebu and Macau.

The airline will initially operate the new route every Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday.

The flight is scheduled to depart from Cebu at 18:35, and arrives in Macau at 21:45. The return flight is scheduled to leave Macau at 22:25 and arrives in Cebu at 01:25 the following day.

Cebu Pacific now flies to Macau from three key Philippine gateways - Clark, Manila, and Cebu.

Cebu Pacific Airbus A320 reg: RP-C3279. Picture taken by Steven Howard of Click to enlarge.

"Cebu Pacific is very proud to launch a direct Cebu-Macau flight as we expand our Cebu network to cater to a growing number of leisure travelers. We are committed to expanding our air services out of Cebu, providing Cebuanos and residents of neighboring provinces in the Visayas with more travel options," said Alexander Lao, President and CEO of Cebgo, the inter-island subsidiary of Cebu Pacific.

Philippine passport holders can apply for Visa on Arrival should they wish to visit nearby China cities such as Zhuhai and Shenzhen.

"As a free port, Macau serves as a gateway to China's Pearl River Delta Metropolitan Region, one of the key global trading and industrial centers. A direct Cebu-Macau route will provide a logistics support to further stimulate two-way trade and investments. With the opening of the Hong Kong- Zhuhai-Macau Bridge, Macau is a perfect access point for business and leisure travelers alike," Lao added.

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