Cebu Pacific is continuing its expansion from its hub at Clark with new flights to Taiwan.

From April 29, the Manila-based budget airline will start direct flights between Clark and Taipei-Taoyuan. The flights will operate on a four-times weekly schedule.

Taipei will be the sixth international destination on Cebu Pacific's network from Clark. Previously, the airline announced it would launch flights from Clark to Seoul-Incheon, Bangkok, Macau, Tokyo-Narita, and Singapore.

From Clark, customers can connect to seven destinations within the Philippines.

To support the route expansion Cebu Pacific will have three additional aircraft based at Clark.

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