Cebu Pacific to restart flights to Brunei, boost international flights

Aviation Updates Philippines – Philippine-based budget airline Cebu Pacific is continuing to boost its international flight network as it adds more flights while restarting services to Brunei.

Image: Cebu Pacific Airbus A321 taking off (Credit: Cebu Pacific)

Starting September 1, Cebu Pacific will restart its flights connecting Manila and Brunei with a twice weekly schedule.

From August 29, the carrier will increase its flight frequencies on flights between Manila and Bangkok from five-times weekly to daily. By September, services on the Manila-Bali route will increase from thrice to five-times weekly before going daily in October.

During September, Cebu Pacific will increase flights between Cebu and Seoul from twice-weekly to daily by September 9. The carrier will then boost its flights between Manila and Nagoya from five-times weekly to daily on September 23.

By October, Cebu Pacific will be adding additional flights to Hanoi and Taipei. The added flights will see a boost from thrice to four-times weekly on the Manila-Hanoi route and twice to thrice-weekly on the Manila-Taipei route.

“We are happy to keep growing our international network as we see an increasing demand for travel abroad, and as more destinations ease restrictions. It is exciting and encouraging to see more Filipinos travelling confidently in and out the Philippines, that is why we make sure we consistently provide convenient and affordable flight options to enable everyJuan to travel more for less,” said Xander Lao, CEB Chief Commercial Officer.