Cebu Pacific flights in Clark airport to go up by 75%

by | Dec 17, 2018 | blog | 0 comments

Cebu Pacific is set on boosting its number of flights in Clark International Airport by 75 percent this 2018. Expect to see changes starting on the 28th of October.

The airport has welcomed two new routes implemented by Cebu Pacific. These include Clark and Davao hubs and Clark and Tagbilaran, Bohol. The two new routes will be effective starting November 9.

The number of flights between Clark and Macau will likewise increase. Cebu Pacific is set on boosting the flight frequencies from eight times every week to 14 times weekly.

With the help of the new routes and additional frequencies, the total number of Cebu Pacific’s flights in and out of the international airport will reach 3,711 by the end of 2018. The boost will represent about 620,540 seats.

On October 28, the airline will also offer direct flights from Clark to Singapore and Hong Kong. Direct flights to Caticlan are also set to resume on the same day.

All these efforts are done by Cebu Pacific in a bid to contribute to the overall economic development of the Clark area. The airline expands its route network to help decongest air and passenger traffic in the Ninoy Aquino International Airport.

OMNI Airline Training Academy has trained pilots and flight attendants that have entered Cebu Pacific. They are now one of the airline’s most esteemed employees in their fleet. Contact us today for more information.

Cebu Pacific is set on boosting its number of flights in Clark International Airport by 75 percent this 2018. Expect to see changes starting on the 28th of October.

The airport has welcomed two new routes implemented by Cebu Pacific. These include Clark and Davao hubs and Clark and Tagbilaran, Bohol. The two new routes will be effective starting November 9.

The number of flights between Clark and Macau will likewise increase. Cebu Pacific is set on boosting the flight frequencies from eight times every week to 14 times weekly.

With the help of the new routes and additional frequencies, the total number of Cebu Pacific’s flights in and out of the international airport will reach 3,711 by the end of 2018. The boost will represent about 620,540 seats.

On October 28, the airline will also offer direct flights from Clark to Singapore and Hong Kong. Direct flights to Caticlan are also set to resume on the same day.

All these efforts are done by Cebu Pacific in a bid to contribute to the overall economic development of the Clark area. The airline expands its route network to help decongest air and passenger traffic in the Ninoy Aquino International Airport.

OMNI Airline Training Academy has trained pilots and flight attendants that have entered Cebu Pacific. They are now one of the airline’s most esteemed employees in their fleet. Contact us today for more information.