Philippine Airlines adds second Singapore route

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PAL's Airbus A321 aircraft will be deployed on the route
PAL’s Airbus A321 aircraft will be deployed on the route

Philippine Airlines will launch two new routes from Cebu this month, including a direct connection to Singapore.

The national carrier has confirmed that its non-stop Cebu-Singapore route will take off on 16 December 2016, operating four times a week. Flights will depart the Philippine city every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday evening and return the following morning. All services will be operated using the airline’s new 199-seat Airbus A321 aircraft.

PAL already offers four daily flights between Manila and Singapore.

“The Cebu hub allows passengers from other parts of the Visayas and Mindanao to… fly direct to Singapore without having to fly to Manila,” PAL’s president & chief operating officer, Jaime Bautista.

Also launching on 16 December will be a new daily domestic service connecting Cebu with Caticlan and Clark. Caticlan is a gateway to the resort island of Boracay while Clark is an alternative option for travellers to Manila.
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