Cebu Pacific Strengthens Davao Hub

4:14 AM

The Philippines' largest airline, Cebu Pacific, has increased domestic operations out of its Davao hub and resumed international presence.

Davao-Singapore flights on CEB have restarted, making it the first local airline to resume international service out of Francisco Bangoy International Airport since the start of the pandemic.

It also began operating its newest route, from Davao to Siargao, with initial service three times a week earlier this month.

Additionally, the airline resumed its five-weekly flights to Cagayan de Oro and three-weekly flights to Bacolod. These flights are in addition to the eight daily direct flights from Davao to Manila, five daily direct flights to Cebu, one daily direct flight to Iloilo and one daily direct flight to Zamboanga. There are also three weekly direct flights from Davao to Bohol.

The Davao hub is important to us because it serves as our primary hub in Mindanao. This is why we made sure we boosted our network here within this year. We know now is the ideal time to prepare for the increased passenger traffic this holiday season,” said Carmina Romero, Corporate Communications Director at Cebu Pacific.

Cebu Pacific makes it easy for tourists and business travelers alike to visit popular islands like Siargao, Bohol, and Cebu, and to sample the culinary delights of popular cities like Bacolod, Iloilo, Cagayan de Oro, Zamboanga, and Manila.

Meanwhile, with to CEB's low prices, which are offered year-round, everyJuan may take a flight to Singapore, where they can explore the city's lesser-known attractions and try out new and exciting activities without breaking the bank.

CEB currently serves 34 domestic and 18 international destinations from its seven major bases. To guarantee that every Juan flies with ease and safety, Cebu Pacific maintains its multi-layered approach to safety while operating with a crew that is 100 percent vaccinated and 95 percent boosted.

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