Cebu Pacific Air has started offering night flight schedules to Caticlan in Aklan. The budget airline is the first ever carrier to extend to evening operations to and from the main gateway of Boracay, the country’s premier beach destination.
From the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 3, a traveler can now book a 6:55 p.m. flight schedule to Caticlan, while those returning to Manila can book the last flight schedule at 8:45 p.m. daily. The company has also increased the number of its weekly flights for the Manila-Caticlan route from 39 previously to 51.
Cebu Pacific Air also flies to Caticlan from Clark and Cebu every day. Take advantage of the carrier’s year-round low fares for as low as P2,365.88 from Clark to Caticlan; P2,217.88 from Cebu; and P2,774.88 from Manila.
“Most vacationers are on a schedule,” said Cebgo (a subsidiary of Cebu Pacific Air) President and CEO Alexander Lao. “Our nights allow everyJuan making their way to Boracay to make the most of their vacation—whether it’s a party with friends, to relax and rejuvenate, or to bond with family.”
Travelers can also opt to take an alternative route—via Kalibo, which is connected to Caticlan by land. Cebu Pacific Air has an all-introductory ticket price for this route of P599. Flights are scheduled thrice every weekday (Monday, Wednesday, and Friday) from Clark International Airport, where Cebu Pacific Air also flies directly to Hong Kong, Incheon, Singapore, Macau, Busan, and Dubai.
For bookings or inquiries, visit www.cebupacificair.com or call hotline numbers (+632) 7020-888 or (+6332) 230-8888.