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Cebu Pacific to restart Clark flights to 4 domestic destinations

The move aims to enhance connectivity for travelers from north and central Luzon

Cebu Pacific's Airbus A320 at Clark International Airport's new passenger terminal building. (Photo: Cebu Pacific)

Cebu Pacific, the Philippines’ largest airline, announced plans to resume flights from Clark International Airport to four domestic destinations later this year. The move is part of the carrier’s efforts to strengthen its network and improve connectivity for travelers in the Luzon region.

According to the airline, flights between Clark and Puerto Princesa will restart on October 2, 2024. Services to General Santos and Iloilo will follow on October 21, with Davao flights resuming on October 22.

Xander Lao, Cebu Pacific’s President and Chief Commercial Officer, stated, “We are excited to restart four of our domestic routes from Clark. This resumption underscores our commitment to offering greater accessibility to travelers from north and central Luzon and provide every Juan with more opportunities to discover the beauty and diversity of the Philippines, one destination at a time.”

The resumption of these routes will bring Cebu Pacific’s total destinations served from Clark to 10, including both domestic and international locations.

In April 2023, the low-cost carrier launched new connections from Clark to Bacolod, Caticlan, Davao, Cagayan de Oro, General Santos, and Iloilo on the domestic front. International flights to Bangkok, Hong Kong, Macau, Seoul-Incheon, Singapore, Taipei, and Tokyo-Narita were also mounted from Clark. Cebu Pacific had axed the some of these routes over the past few months.

Cebu Pacific’s expanded presence at Clark International Airport aligns with the facility’s growing importance as a secondary gateway for the Greater Manila Area and surrounding regions. The move is expected to ease congestion at Manila’s Ninoy Aquino International Airport while providing more convenient travel options for residents of central and northern Luzon.

Overall, Cebu Pacific serves 35 domestic and 25 international destinations across Asia, Australia, and the Middle East. The airline’s expansion at Clark reflects broader trends in the Philippine aviation sector, as carriers seek to develop secondary hubs and improve regional connectivity.

Travelers interested in booking flights on the new routes can do so through Cebu Pacific’s website.

Written by
Dirk Andrei Salcedo

An aviation enthusiast turned creator of the top aviation news portal in the Philippines, Dirk has a deep passion for everything that flies. When he's not keeping his finger on the pulse of the industry, he also volunteers with a major humanitarian organization, impacting people on the ground and in the sky.

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