Towards the end of the year, the Mactan-Cebu International Airport will see new domestic and international services.


Travellers to Singapore will now have the more options to travel between Cebu and the Lion City. Local carriers Philippines AirAsia and Philippine Airlines will both launch new flights to Singapore before the end of 2016. Philippines AirAsia will commence 4x weekly services on November 25, while Philippine Airlines will launch its 4x weekly service on December 16.


 On November 19, local carrier Cebu Pacific pioneered three new routes to Roxas (daily), Calbayog (4x weekly) and Ormoc (daily), expanding its Cebu network to 25 domestic destinations. A media luncheon was held at the Mactan Cebu International Airport, graced by Cebgo President & CEO Mr. Alexander Lao and GMCAC Chief Executive Advisor Mr. Andrew Acquaah-Harrison.


“CEB remains committed in offering the most convenient choices for passengers at the lowest fares possible. With these additional routes in and out of the Queen City of the South, more guests can now easily explore the Visayas region. At the same time, locals can now connect not only to Cebu and Manila, but to international destinations as well. Rest assured, we will continue to persist in expanding our horizons and promote trade and tourism in the destinations we operate in,” says Alexander Lao, Cebgo President and CEO.



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