Cebu Pacific will resume services to its second destination in Australia – Melbourne - this spring.

From March 27, the Philippine-based budget carrier will initially operate flights between Manila and Melbourne with a thrice-weekly schedule (Monday/Wednesday/Friday). Cebu Pacific will use its A330 aircraft with a capacity between 436 (A330ceo) to 459 (A330neo) passengers.

“We know we have an expansive Filipino community in Melbourne and are pleased to be able to offer both of them, as well as local Australians looking for somewhere new exciting to explore, the opportunity to fly direct to Manila and explore the Philippines with our widest domestic network,” said Carmina Romero, Cebu Pacific Director for Corporate Communications.

Melbourne is Cebu Pacific's second destination in Australia. The airline previously relaunched services to Sydney in July 2022.

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