Cebu Pacific will be adding flights to select routes in Japan, Vietnam and Indonesia to meet higher demand
Cebu Pacific will be increasing flights between the Philippines and selected routes in Japan, Vietnam and Indonesia. This is to meet the high demand during the peak festive season.
From the current five times weekly flights between Manila and Osaka, CEB will fly six times a week starting November 3, 2017 (until December 6, 2017). The frequency of the Manila-Osaka route will further increase to daily operations on December 15, 2017, until March 2018.
For the Manila-Nagoya route, Cebu Pacific will fly six times a week — from October 29, 2017 — up from the current four times weekly flights.
As for Tokyo (Narita), the carrier will double its frequency to 14 times a week — the increased flights will operate from October 29, 2017, to March 24, 2018.
Additionally, flights to and from Bali (Denpasar) will be increased to five times a week — beginning December 4, 2017, and ending on March 6, 2018 — and sectors between Manila and Hanoi will operate daily from December 1, 2017, to January 9, 2018.
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