Cebu Pacific will restart flights between Manila and Brunei next month after a two-year hiatus.
As part of the continuing expansion of its international network, the Gokongwei-led budget carrier plans to resume its Manila-Brunei flights on July 23, starting with a twice weekly frequency every Thursday and Saturday.
Cebu Pacific said this would bring its total restored international destinations to 18.
“We are delighted to keep boosting our international flight frequencies as we continuously see strong demand for air travel,” Cebu Pacific chief commercial officer Xander Lao said.
According to Cebu Pacific, fully vaccinated Filipinos flying to Brunei are only required to present their proof of complete vaccination, along with an e-heath arrival declaration form which must be filled out not more than 24 hours before departure.
It said a certificate of Travel Medical Insurance with COVID-19 coverage must also be presented upon check-in.