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Sneak Peek: AirAsia Flights Move to New Mactan Airport Terminal 2

AirAsia, one of the leading Asian carriers, will begin moving several of its international flights from the old Cebu Terminal 1, to the brand new Mactan Airport Terminal 2 starting July 1.

According to the announcement on their official Facebook page, this will include flights to Hangzhou, Incheon, Kuala Lumpur, Shenzhen, Shanghai, Singapore and Taipei. Other local airlines will follow suit in the coming months.

The new resort-style terminal was inaugurated by President Rodrigo Duterte last June 7, and has since began commercial operations. Once the new terminal becomes fully operational, the Mactan Cebu International Airport will host a total of 26 airlines.

Flights to Cebu will be increased by 20%, as officials hope to grow the annual passenger count to 12.5 million. If you’re just as excited as we are for the unveiling of the new terminal – then you’re in for a treat!¬†Here’s a sneak peek as to what you can expect:

Duty Free Mactan Cebu Airport Terminal 2

Mactan Airport Terminal 2

Mactan Airport Terminal 2 ceiling

Mactan Airport Terminal 2 design

Mactan Cebu Terminal 2 Check in counters

Cebu Airport Terminal 2

Ready to head up to Cebu? Or to check out the new Mactan Airport Terminal 2? Make sure you book your flight and hotel with Traveloka!

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