Regional boutique airline AirSWIFT plans to introduce brand-new routes from Manila, Philippines, beginning March 2021.

Expanding from the single hub operation at its El Nido airport base, the airline is now venturing even further into the Philippine tourism market through the launch of flights from Manila to Boracay (Caticlan), Coron, and Siargao.

AirSWIFT confirmed to AUP the new Manila-Boracay flights will run four-times-a-week, Manila-Coron flights three-times-a-week, and Manila-Siargao flights two-times-a-week. A mix of ATR 42-600 and ATR 72-600 aircraft will be used, depending on passenger load.

As part of the launch festivities, the airline is currently offering introductory fares starting at Php 970 to Boracay and Coron, and Php 2,300 to Siargao. The promo period lasts until March 31, 2021, while the travel period spans until the end of the year.

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, AirSWIFT advises all passengers to check entry requirements to their destinations prior to boarding. Travel requirements may be viewed at https://air-swift.com/news/travel-requirements/.

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