Cebu Pacific adjusts flight schedule to Seoul – Filipino low-cost carrier Cebu Pacific Air has announced a temporary adjustment to its flight schedule on the Manila-Seoul-Manila route. Instead of the usual daily flights, the airline will now operate four times a week.

The change in frequency will be serviced by two different aircraft. Two of the weekly flights will be facilitated by the 180-seater Airbus A320-214, while the remaining two will be handled by the larger 436-seater Airbus A330-343X.

This modification in the flight schedule will be effective from May 12 to June 1. Post this period, Cebu Pacific may consider reinstating the three additional frequencies.

In the interim, Cebu Pacific will deploy the A330 aircraft for its Davao and Cebu routes. Passengers have reported that all flights are fully booked, indicating strong demand. The A330 offers passengers the added benefits of WiFi service and more legroom compared to the A320.

The revised flight schedule is as follows (source:

  • 5J194 MNL1520 – 2005ICN 320 136
  • 5J188 MNL1520 – 2005ICN 330 x136
  • 5J195 ICN2135 – 0025+1MNL 320 136
  • 5J189 ICN2135 – 0025+1MNL 330 x136

Please note that the schedule is subject to change and passengers are advised to check the latest updates on the airline's official website.