NEWS RELEASE – 10 December 2020: The filipino Cebu Pacific (CEB) has resumed or increased flight frequency between Manila and key Asian destinations, including Singapore, South Korea, Hong Kong, Dubai en Japan.
The airline is on track with its efforts to gradually rebuild its international flight network.
Now the restrictions in Asia and beginning to decline at the Philippine border, CEB has increased the frequency of its international flights to meet the increased demand for flights during the holiday season.
Flights between Manila and Singapore will now operate at an increased frequency of three times a week, while flights between Manila and Dubai will operate six times a week.
CEB will also begin operating three weekly flights between Manila and Hong Kong and Manila and Nagoya, starting December 10 and December 13, respectively.
“We continue to take a conservative but optimistic approach in anticipation of increased demand for travel during the holiday season.
“We have increased the frequency of our flights to key Asian destinations. This is part of our commitment to helping individuals stranded in the Philippines or beyond,” said Candice Iyog, Cebu Pacific's vice president of marketing and customer experience.
The travel regulations issued by the respective governments are implemented as necessary.
In addition, in accordance with Philippine government guidelines, all Cebu Pacific passengers will be required to wear a face shield during the entire flight.
This is in addition to the mandatory use of face masks when entering the airport terminal until arriving at the destination.