Mandarin Airlines Increases Kalibo Flights

A recent report from the Civil Aeronautics Board indicates that Mandarin Airlines will be increasing its direct service from Taipei to Kalibo from four weekly flights to daily service. 

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In an interview with the Manila Times, CAB Executive Director, Carmelo Arcilla indicated that the increase would only be temporary to satisfy demand during the peak travel season. "Mandarin Airlines is currently operating seven weekly flights," said Arcilla. "The seven weekly flights consist of four regular flights for a period of six months, plus three extra flights for a period of one month."

The move to increase service comes after Mandarin Airlines recently announced that it would be resuming service to Kalibo on October 18 after previously suspending the route following an international dispute between the Philippines and Taiwan last May. The flights will be operated by an Embraer 190 regional jet in a 104-seat single class economy configuration. Mandarin Airlines is the regional and domestic subsidiary of China Airlines.

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