The airline will launch flights between Cagayan de Oro and Boracay (Caticlan); Cagayan de Oro and Dumaguete; Clark and Kalibo; Davao and Tagbilaran, and Zamboanga and Sandakan, Malaysia
Cebu Pacific expands its domestic network and increases its presence in South-East Asia with the opening of four new routes.
The airline will begin operating a Kalibo-Clark sector (Mon, Wed, Fri) on November 1, 2017 — with the return Clark-Kalibo sector operating subsequently on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
Its wholly-owned subsidiary Cebgo will begin operating three flights — Cagayan de Oro to Boracay and Dumaguete (on October 20, 2017), and Davao to Tagbilaran (on October 29, 2017). Both CGY sectors will be active three times weekly, while the latter route will be operational four times weekly (Tue, Thu, Sat, Sun).
In addition to these sectors, Cebgo will also operate its first international route out of Zamboanga — with four flights a week — to Sandakan, Malaysia, on October 29, 2017. Cebgo is the only local carrier with a direct service to Sandakan.
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