By Emmie V. Abadilla
Cebu Pacific (CEB) yesterday started daily flights from its Clark hub to and from Caticlan, Boracay and three times weekly (Monday, Wednesday, and Friday) to and from Busuanga, via Cebgo, its wholly-owned subsidiary.
Aside from these two routes, Cebgo will also offer direct flights between Cebu and Busuanga thrice weekly (Monday,Wednesday, and Friday), and flights to and from Cotabato City four times weekly (Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, andSunday) starting today (May 16, 2017).
With the launch of these four new routes, the Cebu Pacific Air group is positive that its domestic route expansion will not only benefit locals in Boracay, Palawan, and Cotabato, but also residents outside Metro Manila.
CEB intends to continue linking more islands in the archipelago to attract both leisure and business travelers and boost trade and tourism.
Alongside its flight network expansion, Cebu Pacific will likewise extend the reach of its cargo services to increase trade and investment along the way.
CEB’s all-in one way year-round fare from Clark to Caticlan is priced at P2,030; Clark to Busuanga, P2,306; Cebu to Busuanga, P2,778 and Cebu to Cotabato, P1,994.
In addition to Cebu and Clark, CEB also operates flights out of four other strategically placed hubs in the Philippines: Manila, Davao, Kalibo, and Iloilo.
The airline’s extensive network covers over 100 routes and 66 destinations, spanning Asia, Australia, the Middle East and the USA.