Cebu Pacific Air is adding extra flights on several key domestic routes this spring.
From March to June 2014, the Philippine low-cost carrier will offer 18% more seats across a range of inter-island routes.
The Cebu-Butuan route will increase from 10 to 12 weekly flights, while Cebu-Davao will rise from 29 to 36 flights per week. The frequency of flights between Cebu and Iloilo will increase from 10 per week to twice a day, while the Cebu-Zamboanga route will rise from daily to 10 weekly flights. Flights between Zamboanga and Tawi-Tawi will also increase from daily to nine flights per week.
“As a Philippine carrier, it has always been our goal to make travel around the Philippines easy and affordable. Through these additional inter-island flights and our extensive network, we hope to serve guests during one of the busiest travel seasons of the year,” said CEB’s vice president of marketing & distribution, Candice Iyog.
The airline is also launching a seat sale on these routes.