Cebu Pacific Restarts Clark Hub

Cebu Pacific Restarts Clark Hub
Launches Flights to Bacolod, Bangkok, Boracay, Davao 

Cebu Pacific (PSE: CEB), the Philippines’ leading carrier, formally restarts today, April 21, 2023, its Clark hub by re1launching flights and increasing frequencies from Clark International Airport to strengthen connectivity for its passengers from north and centralLuzon.

CEB flew its inaugural flights from Clark to Bacolod, Boracay, Davao, and Bangkok today. The airline previously announced that it would operate a combined 15 destinations from its Clark hub.

DestinationFlights StartFrequency
Clark – CebuOperatingDaily
Clark – BangkokApril 21Daily
Clark – Boracay (Caticlan) Daily
Clark – Davao Daily
Clark – Bacolod 3x weekly 
Clark – IloiloApril 223x weekly 
Clark – Hong KongApril 26Daily
Clark – General Santos 3x weekly
Clark – Singapore April 28Daily
Clark – Macau 3x weekly
Clark – Taipei April 294x weekly
Clark – Incheon May 5Daily
Clark – Cagayan De OroMay 63x weekly 
Clark – Narita (Tokyo)May 214x weekly
Clark – Puerto PrincesaJune 243x weekly

CEB will also increase frequencies to four of its Clark routes:

DestinationsFrequencyStart Date
Clark – Boracay (Caticlan)2x dailyApril 26
Clark – Davao 11x weeklyApril 27
Clark – Hong Kong2x dailyApril 28
Clark – Cebu 18x weeklyMay 5
 3x dailyJune 24

The relaunch of its Clark hub allows Cebu Pacific to continueproviding great value for its passengers, with an additional 10,000 seats per month and fares for both domestic and international flights 30% lower than their pre-pandemic average. It will also boost the airline’s network from its Clark hub and reestablish it as an important gateway for local and international travelers.

To support this expansion, CEB is set to take delivery of three additional aircraft which will be based in Clark. These are on top of the 10 new Airbus NEO aircraft that will be delivered in 2023 to expand the airline’s fleet.

“The launch of our Clark flights today is a fulfillment of Cebu Pacific’s mission to help make air travel more accessible and affordable for travelers in north and central Luzon. 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.

Noel Manankil, President and Chief Executive Officer of Luzon International Premier Airport Development (LIPAD), the private consortium that manages Clark International Airport, reiterated its support to CEB’s initiatives to grow its network and capacity from the station.

“Clark International Airport and Cebu Pacific are working closely with each other to ensure a seamless experience for travelers. Our brand-new terminal is ready to welcome Cebu Pacific passengers travelling to and from the best domestic and international destinations and serve as the window to the Philippines for visitors coming from different parts of the world,” Manankil said.

The Department of Tourism (DOT) lauded CEB’s efforts to help spur travel to Clark and the rest of the Philippines.

“The increased connectivity from Clark will further solidify the station’s position as a premier tourism hub in Central Luzon. This initiative will also attract more investors to find business opportunities in the area which will translate to additional jobs for the locals,” said Tourism Sec. Christina Frasco.

CEB is firmly in place for full recovery as it restores 100% of its pre-COVID network and capacity, aided by its unbeatable seat sales, widest domestic network, and reinstatement of all its international destinations.

The airline flies to 35 domestic and 25 international destinations, spanning across Asia, Australia and the Middle East.

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