Filipino travel enthusiasts now have even more options to get to where they want to go. Both Philippine Airlines (PAL) and Cebu Pacific (CebPac) have announced new flight routes to a number of destinations.
Last week, PAL resumed its daily service to Kuala Lumpur after a three-year absence. The move comes after PAL and Malaysia Airlines expanded their code-sharing agreement, which also includes 12 domestic Malaysian destinations and nine domestic Philippine destinations.
Filipinos looking to visit Kuala Lumpur can take either one of the flights below:
The local destinations included in PAL and Malaysia Airlines code-sharing agreement are:
Meanwhile, CebPac is opening five new routes late next month: Cebu to Masbate, Cagayan de Oro to Zamboanga, Davao to Dumaguete, Davao to Tacloban, and Cotabato to Zamboanga. Alongside the announcement of these new routes is the move to use larger aircraft from specific domestic routes.
CebPac will be using a 180-seater Airbus A320 for flights from Manila to Cauyan. They will also be using it for flights to Legazpi and Virac. Meanwhile, a 436-seater Airbus A330 will be used for its Cebu, Davao and Hong Kong routes by July 4.
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