Cebu Pacific Introduces Three New International Routes

Cebu Pacific, the nation's largest low-cost carrier, has announced that it will introduce three new international routes beginning in December, that will help the Philippine government to reach its tourism goals. 

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On December 17, the carrier plans to launch new flights from Manila to Fukuoka, Cebu to Taipei, and Davao to Singapore. The new flights are expected to open up new opportunities for business and tourism. 

Flights between Manila and Fukuoka, Japan will be operated three times weekly. These will be the first low-cost flights operated between the two cities. Cebu Pacific will compete directly with Philippine Airlines, which is presently the only carrier operating flights between the two cities. 

Flights to Fukuoka will depart Manila on December 17 at 2:15pm and arrive in Fukuoka at 6:55pm. The return service will depart Fukuoka at 8:00pm and arrive back in Manila at 10:40pm. Fukuoka becomes Cebu Pacific's fourth destination in Japan. 

The new route between Davao and Singapore will be operated twice weekly. The flight will become the only international low-cost carrier route operated from Davao, where Singaporean regional carrier, SilkAir, operates full service flights between Davao and Singapore. 

Flights from Davao to Singapore will depart at 5:35pm. Arrival in Singapore is scheduled for 9:10pm. The return service departs Singapore at 9:55pm and arrives in Davao at 1:40am. This will be the first international route for Cebu Pacific from Davao.

The flights between Cebu and Taipei will become the first regularly scheduled flights between the two cities. China Airlines operates charter service between the two cities. The new Cebu Pacific route will be operated three times weekly. Taipei flights will depart Cebu at 9:45pm amd arrive in Taipei at 12:25am. The return flight departs Taipei at 1:05am and arrives in Cebu at 3:45am. 

According to Candice Iyog, Vice President for Marketing & Distribution for Cebu Pacific, the new flights are designed to support the growth of tourism. "It has always been our commitment to contribute to the country's economic and tourism agenda," said Iyog. "We will continue to develop our Philippine hubs to offer fast, affordable flights to more travelers across our network."

The addition of these three routes brings Cebu Pacific's network up to 63 cities and 97 routes. All routes will be operated by the Airbus A320 aircraft. 

21 comments:

  1. O mr.hongkong ang beloved airline mo umarangkada na!

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    1. Walang kwenta si MR HONG KONG LUL. Bobo talga un HAHAHA

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    2. Taga Pasay siya! Kunwari lang iyan dahil iyong girlfriend na kumaliwa sa kanya ay impleada ng CebuPac!

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    3. Look what we have here. These Filipino punks are talking shit about me in their language. Typical attitude I get when I post on this site.

      To Anon @ 8:03 PM, who you calling stupid? Maybe you are the stupid one here.

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  2. Sa mga short-haul flights na iyan at mababa ang ticket price ay mainam na pagkagastahan para makita natin ang mga ibang lugar bago tayo mamamatay dito sa mundo, hindi ba? Kaya iyong mga retired teachers, public and private servants na gustong maggala sa ibang bansa, ano pa ang ginagawa ninyo? Huwag antayin hanggang di na kayo makatayo at crutches na lang ang "savior" ninyo...be praktikal, ika nga!!!!!

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  3. Beijing to Manila ay $118 U.S. lang, samantala Air China's price is $301 U.S.
    Kaya utak ang gamitin paminsan minsan!

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    1. Pero for us with connections outside Asia, Air China is still more practical. Benefits ng big airlines

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    2. Nagawa mo pang sumakay ng air china eh inangkin na nga ang spratley islands natin.ang bobo mo talaga gamitin mo ang pagiging natinalistic mo at maka pilipino...gago di lang air china ang airlines of choice meron pang cx,korean air,ana,pal,eva etc.....

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  4. Dami niyo alam. Mga dukha. Haha

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    1. Juan Billionaire of Tondo, your "dukha" word to Filipinos (if you are one) will not take you to heaven because you cannot even take your wealth with you down to your six-feet grave!
      Educated Filipinos do not maltreat their countrymen irrespective of their financial status in society. And you are not one of them, hambog!

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    2. Blah blah blah! Hahahaha! May heaven ka pa nalalaman. Hypocrite na hampas lupa pa. Dami mo alam. Hahahaha!

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    3. You cannot even say a word in English!

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    4. Hahaha! Does speaking in straight English makes you educated or just the feel of being rich and educated? Hahahaha! Hampas lupang climber. Hahahahahaha!!! Shhh quiet ka na jan. Wla ka makukuhang free ticket dito. Pwe! Hahahahaha

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    5. And one more thing, just don't try to fit in with the so-called society you're talking about. Hahahaha! Ba yan. You're so delusional. Haha!!!

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  5. What business? There is no point of doing business with Cebu Pathetic.

    Why do you still fly with this tin can airline? Why does it still exist even? Horrible customer service in every possible way.

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    1. Yepeeeey nagparamdam na!!!!

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  6. Mr Hong Kong, do you really not know why Filipinos talk about you in Tagalog? If you don't than you are even less intelligent than I suspected

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    1. Hmm. You punks love to talk shit about me in your language. You call me "Tang ina mo" "Bobo" etc;

      Don't worry. I am way more intelligent than you.

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    2. Tang ina MO Mr. Hong Kong

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  7. No, Mr Hong Kong, you are not intelligent your grammar proves that.

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  8. Mr Hong Kong, I am pleased to read that CEB is still stressing you out. While millions of us take advantage of their low fares and enjoy their service your worry over a very successful airline will lead you to a heart attack. Get over it you idiot!

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