Cebu Pacific increases frequency between Sydney and Manila

first_imgSource = ETB Travel News: Lewis Wiseman Cebu Pacific Air (CEB), has announced it will increase flights between Sydney and Ninoy Aquino International Airport (Manila Terminal 3) to five times per week.Cebu Pacific Air general manager long-haul division Alex Reyes, said that the airline is delighted to increase the route frequency from Sydney to Manila.“We are delighted to increase the route frequency, following the successful introduction of flights from Sydney to Manila last September, this demonstrates our ongoing commitment to make traveling to the Philippines accessible and affordable for Australian tourists,” Mr Reyes said.To further stimulate travel to the Philippines, CEB holds a seat sale from Sydney to Manila until December 13, 2014 or until seats last.In October, Cebu Pacific Air was named as the Asia-Pacific Low-Cost Carrier (LCC) of the Year during the CAPA Aviation Awards for Excellence in Singapore.The airline currently operates flights to 62 destinations on 90 routes spanning Asia, Australia and the Middle East, and the carrier’s 52 aircraft comprises one of the most modern fleets in the world.Lonely Planet recently named the Philippines one of 2015’s must visit destinations in their Best In Travel 2015 list, while Flight Centre recently included Boracay on its list of 10 most popular hotspots for 2015.last_img

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