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Cebu Pacific Celebrates Reopening of Boracay Island, Philippines with Special Fares

Cebu Pacific is celebrating the reopening of Boracay Island, Philippines with an all-in seat sale to the island, via Manila.

 Cebu Pacific will resume flights to and from Caticlan - the main gateway to Boracay, from 26 October 2018 onwards.

 The popular tourist destination, famous for its breath-taking sunsets, pristine white beaches and vibrant nightlife, has been closed for six months for 'rehabilitation, restoration and recovery'.

Cebu Pacific Airbus A321ceo. Click to enlarge.

Guests flying to Boracay should note that they can only book rooms from accredited hotels. Only guests with confirmed reservations at any of the accommodation establishments that are compliant with the requirements of the Department of Tourism, Department of Interior and Local Government and the Department of Environment and Natural Resources will be allowed to enter Boracay Island.

From 28 October 20`8 onwards, Cebu Pacific and subsidiary Cebgo will fly up to seven times daily between Manila and Caticlan; twice a day between Cebu and Caticlan; and once a day between Clark and Caticlan. As an alternative, Boracay Island can also be reached by the Cebu Pacific hub in Kalibo. The carrier will fly once daily between Manila and Kalibo; and 7x weekly between Incheon and Kalibo.

Saving Boracay Island, Philippines

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