PAL Grows Back Cebu Domestic

13 January 2017


Flag carrier Philippine Airlines (PAL) is growing back its Cebu Domestic Network after cutting some services in 2012 due to integration with Air Philippines Corporation (APC) which now runs most of PAL domestic network.

PAL will be re-instating Cebu-Puerto Princesa and General Santos route on daily basis using Airbus A320 aircraft on March 26, 2017, a route it once abandon due to marketing issues. It will also re-instate Surigao  and will add Coron to its Cebu hub with daily flights starting March 26.

The airline will also add Clark-Puerto Princesa to its route network beginning March 26, 2017 instead of the 3xd Clark-Cagayan De Oro route, bringing the Clark hub domestic route to four (Cebu, Caticlan, Davao). PAL will likewise expand Cebu-Butuan with additional daily flight.

From Cebu, PAL flies Iloilo(3xd), Bacolod(2xd), Cagayan de Oro(3xd), Davao(3xd), Tacloban(2xd), Butuan(1xd), Caticlan(1xd), and Kalibo(4xw).

The airline previously flew from Cebu to Zamboanga, Dipolog, Ozamiz, Pagadian, and Surigao. It also flew from Zamboanga hub to Jolo, Tawi-Tawi and Davao.

1 comment:

  1. bakit they cancelled the cgy to clark???

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