Cebu Pacific has announced new direct flight connections between both Davao and Bohol with Clark International Airport.
According to a press release issued today (Thursday, August 23), the budget airline will run daily flights between Clark and the two provincial airports from early November.
The flight to Bohol’s Tagbiliran Airport will depart at 9.55am, arriving at 11.20. The return service departs Tagbilaran at 11.50am, arriving at Clark at 11.05pm.
The flight from Clark to Davao will depart daily at 1.45pm, with scheduled arrival at the Francisco Bangoy International Airport in Davao at 3.40pm. The return flight departs at 4.10pm, arriving at 6.05pm.
Cebu Pacific is launching the new routes with an introductory seat sale. Until next Tuesday (August 28) flights between the November 9 launch date and March 30 next year are being offered at just 599 pesos.
After this, the lowest standard base fare for the Clark to Tagbilaran route will be 888 pesos and for Clark to Davao the usual fare will be 1,088.
J R Mantaring, the vice president for Corporate Affairs at the airline, said: “Cebu Pacific has been operating flights in and out of the Clark International Airport since 2006.
“Since our maiden Clark to Cebu route, we have not only expanded, but consistently maintained our presence at the Clark airport. We remain committed to helping play a pivotal role in the growth of the Clark airport.”
On top of these new routes, Cebu Pacific has also announced that it will be adding an additional daily flight between Clark and Cebu starting on October 28, 2019. From the current once per day, airline will have two services, one in the morning and one in the afternoon.
As we recently reported, the airline has announced that it is ready to “strictly enforce” its one hand-carry luggage policy. As of last month, passengers are allowed just one carry-on bag with a maximum weight of seven kilograms and dimension of no more than 56cm x 36cm x 23cm.
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