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CEB increases flights amid alert level downgrade
THE Philippines’ leading airline Cebu Pacific (CEB) ramps up its domestic network by adding more flights to key hubs, following the continued easing of travel for “everyJuan”, Filipinos, and foreign tourists alike.
Starting March 27, flights from Manila and Boracay will operate up to 16 times daily; to Bohol up to 7 times daily; to Cagayan de Oro up to 10 times daily; to Cebu up to 18 times daily; to Davao 10 times daily; and 3 times daily for Iloilo.
Apart from these, CEB also resumes its flights this month to other destinations across the country such as Siargao and Surigao via Manila, Calbayog via Cebu, Iloilo and Zamboanga via Davao, and General Santos via Iloilo.
“We are very happy to continuously see positive indicators in the industry, that is why we are also doing what we can to ensure we address the travel demand. Our passengers’ safety and comfort remain our primary concerns and we look forward to flying them to their desired destinations,” said Xander Lao, CEB Chief Commercial Officer.
CEB operates with a 100% fully vaccinated active flying crew. CEB has already started its booster program to ensure the continued safety of its employees and passengers.
The airline has also been rated 7/7 stars by airlineratings.com for its COVID-19 compliance as it continues to implement a multi-layered approach to safety, following global aviation standards. Its jet fleet is equipped with hospital-grade HEPA (High-Efficiency Particular Arrestor) air filters, keeping viruses at bay.
CEB operates the widest domestic network in the Philippines covering 34 destinations, on top of its 17 international destinations.
It has a 74-strong fleet, one of the youngest in the world, which includes 2 dedicated ATR freighters.