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Cebu Pacific adds more flights to Bali, Taipei and other international destinations starting October

By Mia Borlongan Published Oct 07, 2022 11:13 am

Pack your bags and ‘Fly to More Fun!' as additional international flights are coming in October. 

On October 5, Cebu Pacific announced that more flights to international destinations will be operated from the Philippines starting this month. 

Due to the growing demand for the network’s expansion, more flights to Bangkok in Thailand, Dubai in UAE, Bali and Jakarta in Indonesia, Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh in Vietnam, Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia, Taipei, Taiwan, Singapore, and Hongkong will be available this month.  


Xander Lao, Cebu Pacific's Chief Commercial Officer said that they see greater demand for leisure travel abroad due to the holiday season, and they are happy to add more flights to international routes.  

“We hope to reopen more flights as we anticipate other countries to ease restrictions soon," he added.  

On October 30, Cebu Pacific is also set to resume Davao-Singapore flights while Manila-Kota Kinabalu flights will resume on October 31.  

Here are the Cebu Pacific routes with more flights starting October: 

From Manila: 

  • Bali (7 times a week) 
  • Hanoi (4 times a week) 
  • Taipei (3 times a week) 

From Manila, starting Oct. 8: 

  • Singapore (21 times a week) 

From Manila, starting Oct. 30: 

  • Bangkok (14 times a week) 
  • Fukuoka (4 times a week) 
  • Ho Chi Minh (7 times a week) 
  • Hong Kong (28 times a week) 
  • Jakarta  (7 times a week) 
  • Kuala Lumpur  (7 times a week) 

From Manila, starting Oct. 31: 

  • Dubai (14 times a week) 

From Cebu: 

  • Singapore (7 times a week) 

Route resumption 

From Davao: 

  • Singapore (3 times a week, starting Oct. 31) 

From Manila: 

  • Kota Kinabalu  (2 times a week, starting Oct. 31) 

Cebu Pacific currently offers 19 direct international destinations to travelers such as Sydney, Seoul, Brunei, Narita, Nagoya, and Osaka. Many countries have also reduced traveler restrictions including South Korea, Japan, and Singapore, and are now opening its borders to Filipino tourists once again.