Philippine Airlines will operate its
international flights from Mactan Cebu International Airport's
brand new Terminal 2 from 22 June 2018.
PAL flights departing MCIA T2 will include Cebu to: Bangkok (daily), Beijing (once-a-week),
Chengdu (once-a-week), Nagoya (thrice weekly), Osaka (daily),
Seoul (Incheon) (daily) and Tokyo Narita (twice daily).
At present, GMR Megawide is completing the
construction of the international airport in Lapu Lapu city which expects to serve
11.2 million passengers annually. The area spans 45,000 square
meters with a 2-level forecourt segregating arrivals and
departures with 48 check-in counters.
The terminal has seven passenger boarding
bridges which can be expanded to twelve for both wide and
narrow-body aircraft. It will be connected by a link-bridge to
Terminal 1, which will be refurbished for domestic use.
All domestic flights will continue to operate
out of Terminal 1 of the existing Mactan Cebu International
Airport. These are flights from Cebu to Bacolod, Busuanga, Butuan,
Cagayan de Oro, Caticlan, Camiguin, Davao, General Santos, Iloilo,
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