Bacolod Silay Airport welcomed the return of a direct flight between Clark and Bacolod at 7:09AM on April 21 with the arrival of 5J153 with 123 passengers onboard.
The airline’s Clark hub has been relaunched, with flights and frequencies increased from Clark International Airport to improve connectivity for passengers from north and central Luzon, the airlines said in a statement.
Cebu Pacific will service Clark-Bacolod-Clark 3X a week (Monday, Wednesday and Friday), and will depart Bacolod at 8:10AM.
Aside from Bacolod, CEB also launched today inaugural flights from Clark to Boracay, Davao and Bangkok, Thailand.
The relaunch of its Clark hub will provide an additional 10,000 seats per month and fares for both domestic and international flights that are 30% lower than pre-pandemic averages, its press release said.
This expansion will give the traveling public more opportunities to explore the Philippines and the rest of the world,” said Xander Lao, Cebu Pacific President and Chief Commercial Officer.
On April 26, CEB will launch its daily flight from Clark to Hongkong and will be followed with the resumption of daily direct flights to Singapore on April 28, and 4x weekly flights to Taipei, Taiwan.
Daily flights between Clark and Incheon, South Korea will commence on May 5 and 4x weekly flights to Narita, Japan on May 21.