Cebu Pacific Air will significantly expand its international network in December 2015, the launch of three new overseas routes from three different cities on the same day.
The triple launch will take place on 17 December, when CEB commences services connecting Manila with Fukuoka, Cebu with Taipei and Davao with Singapore. The new Davao route will mark CEB’s first international flight from the southern city.
“We look forward to seeing the ‘Cebu Pacific effect’ in the new routes we will operate. We’ve seen time and again how connectivity and CEB’s trademark low fares stimulated travel,” said CEB’s vice president of marketing & distribution, Candice Iyog.
“It has always been our commitment to contribute to the country’s economic and tourism agenda. We will continue to develop our Philippine hubs to offer fast, affordable flights to more travellers across our network,” she added.
The Cebu-Taipei service will also operate three times a week, becoming CEB’s sixth international route from Cebu and its first to Taiwan. The airline also links Cebu with Hong Kong, Singapore, Seoul, Busan and Tokyo.
Finally, the Davao-Singapore route will operate twice a week, marking CEB’s first international route from Davao. SilkAir also serves the Singapore-Davao route.
All three new international routes will be operated using CEB’s fleet of 180-seat Airbus A320 aircraft.