Cebu Pacific will resume flights to and from Caticlan – the main gateway to Boracay from October 26th.
The Philippines-based carrier will be the first airline to land in Caticlan, allowing passengers on the first flight to enjoy the sunrise in Boracay, following a six-month closure for its rehabilitation, restoration and recovery.
From October onwards, Cebu Pacific and subsidiary Cebgo will fly up to seven times daily between Manila and Caticlan; twice a day between Cebu and Caticlan; and once a day between Clark and Caticlan.
As an alternative, Boracay Island can also be reached by the Cebu Pacific hub in Kalibo.
The carrier will fly once daily between Manila and Kalibo; and seven times weekly between Incheon and Kalibo.