MANILA—Cebu Pacific and sister carrier CebGo will be adding flights as part of gradually rebuilding their domestic route network amid the coronavirus pandemic.
In an advisory Saturday, the airline said it will add 20 destinations beginning Monday, June 8, until June 30.
- Manila-Dipolog-Manila (June 8-30)
- Manila-Pagadian-Manila (June 8-30)
- Manila-Zamboanga-Manila (June 8-30)
- Manila-Masbate-Manila (June 9-30)
- Manila-Tablas-Manila (June 9-30)
- Manila-Davao-Manila (June 10-30)
- Cebu-Clark-Cebu (June 10-30)
- Manila-Bacolod-Manila (June 16-30)
- Manila-Cotabato-Manila (June 16-30)
- Manila-Dumaguete-Manila (June 16-30)
- Manila-Iloilo-Manila (June 16-30)
- Manila-Boracay(Caticlan)-Manila (June 16-30)
- Manila-Roxas-Manila (June 16-30)
- Manila-Tacloban-Manila (June 16-30)
- Manila-Bohol-Manila (June 16-30)
- Manila-Coron(Busuanga)-Manila (June 16-30)
- Cebu-Davao-Cebu (June 16-30)
Last week, Cebu Pacific restarted its operations with four flights departing Ninoy Aquino International Airport’s Terminal 3 for General Santos, Naga, Cagayan de Oro and Cebu.
All international flights remain suspended from June 1 to 30. Airport operations have been limited since the start of the lockdown in March.
Cebu Pacific urged passengers to coordinate with local governments of their origin and destination to confirm travel requirements.