Cebu Pacific has flights from Clark to Bacolod
and Iloilo in Philippines, and Tokyo, Japan.
Flights from Clark to Bacolod and Iloilo run
daily, while direct service to and from Tokyo is scheduled four
times weekly (Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday).
The carrier will also begin flying daily between Clark and
Palawan by the fourth quarter of this year.
These four new routes will boost CEB’s total
capacity in Clark by 40% in 2019 alone, following a 75% increase
in 2018 with the launch of direct commercial air service to and
from Davao and Bohol; as well as additional frequency for the
“We have been operating flights in and out of
Clark since 2006. The opening of these new routes is a testament
of how committed we are to continuously develop this hub -we are
not only establishing seamless inter-island connections, but also
opening up North Luzon to more potential entrepreneurs, both local
and foreign, furthering tourism, trade and investment
opportunities in Clark and its surrounding areas,” said Mr. Lance Gokongwei, President and Chief Executive Officer of Cebu Pacific.
Cebu Pacific flies to four other domestic
destinations (Cebu, Caticlan, Tagbilaran, Davao) and three other
international destinations (Singapore, Macau and Hong Kong) to and
“As we aim to fly 200 million passengers by
2020; and 300 million by 2022, trust that we have been and will
always keep our customers at the heart of the business. Rest
assured, we will continue to cater to the growing travel demand by
enabling more Juans to travel conveniently and affordably through
our year-round low fares,” added Gokongwei.
The airline expects to receive over 60 aircraft
in the next eight years, guaranteeing even greater growth in and
out of Philippines.
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