Gokongwei-led Cebu Pacific will revive flights to Kota Kinabalu this month as it continues to expand its international network to take full advantage of a burst in pent-up demand for travel.
Starting October 31, CEB will fly to Kota Kinabalu two times a week, every Monday and Friday, while its return flights will fly every Tuesday and Saturday.
With the addition of Kota Kinabalu, Cebu Pacific’s international network will increase to 19 comprising of Bali, Bangkok, Brunei, Dubai, Japan (Fukuoka, Narita, Nagoya, Osaka), Guangzhou, Hong Kong, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Seoul, Singapore, Sydney, Taipei and Vietnam (Ho Chi Minh and Hanoi).
“We invite everyJuan to experience another side of Malaysia. Adventure seekers are up for a treat – from island hopping to nature tripping to trekking – our flight resumption to Sabah, Malaysia’s capital, will make all these within reach,” said Xander Lao, chief commercial officer at Cebu pacific.
“As more destinations ease travel restrictions, including the Philippines, flying back to the country has been made convenient for boosted individuals. They no longer need to submit pre-flight COVID 19 test results upon check-in and, can skip quarantine upon arrival,” Lao added.
Cebu Pacific currently operates 88 percent of its pre-pandemic systemwide capacity.