SilkAir expands flights to Cebu, Davao; introduces new route to Kalibo – Singapore Airlines' regional subsidiary, SilkAir, is set to enhance its flight services to Cebu and Davao. With this expansion, SilkAir will now operate an impressive 12 weekly flights to Cebu and 7 weekly flights to Davao, marking a significant increase in its flight frequencies.

In addition to the increased services, SilkAir announced the launch of its new route to Kalibo, commencing on May 27. The airline will operate this route three times a week, making Kalibo the third Philippine destination in SilkAir's expanding network.

This new direct route will serve as a convenient gateway for tourists traveling from Singapore to the popular island of Boracay, offering a time-efficient alternative to connecting flights.

The decision to increase flight frequencies to Cebu and Davao comes in response to the consistently positive demand from passengers, prompting SilkAir to enhance its services.

In line with this expansion, the airline has also upgraded its fleet, introducing the new Boeing 737-800 aircraft, which boasts a larger passenger capacity compared to their previous A320-200 model. This upgrade underscores SilkAir's commitment to providing superior service and comfort to its passengers.