Low-cost carrier Cebu Pacific Air announced on Thursday the flight schedule for August. The revised timetable for next month features more international flights and an adjusted plan for the domestic sector.

Cebu Pacific will restart Tokyo (Narita)-Manila flights on August 1, Manila-Singapore-Manila and Manila-Incheon flights on August 6, Manila-Taipei-Manila and Osaka-Manila flights on August 7. As of the moment, inbound passengers to Japan and outbound passengers from Korea are not allowed.

These new flights complement the existing air services between Manila and Dubai, which was relaunched mid-July. All other international flights not mentioned remain canceled as part of Cebu Pacific's phased, agile approach in resuming flights.

READ: Cebu Pacific resumes limited flights to Dubai

For August, the following international flights are available through Cebu Pacific (as of July 30, 2020):

Manila-Dubai (every Sunday)

Dubai-Manila (every Monday)

Manila-Incheon (every Thursday)

Narita-Manila (every Wednesday and Saturday)

Osaka-Manila (every Friday)

Manila-Singapore (every Thursday and Saturday)

Singapore-Manila (every Friday and Sunday)

Manila-Taipei (every Wednesday and Friday)

Taipei-Manila (every Thursday and Saturday)

AUP previously reported on the planned relaunch of more international flights since last week. However, the airline made few adjustments on the date and schedule and decided not to include Nagoya flights for August. More flights are expected to be resumed in the coming months.

Photo from Cebu Pacific Air

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