Philippine low-cost carrier Cebu Pacific will add flights to several domestic and international services.
Cebu Pacific will increase flights from Manila to Tagbilaran, the island province of Bohol, to 12 times weekly starting 11 March.
The airline's Manila-Tacloban service will increase to 33 times weekly from 31 March. Its Manila-Bacolod service will also increase to seven times daily and its Manila-Kalibo service will be raised to six times daily during the same period.
The carrier will operate 15 daily Manila-Cebu flights and ten daily Manila-Davao flights, starting 2 April.
Cebu Pacific will increase the frequency of services from its Cebu hub to Bacolod (to thrice daily), Boracay (to 23 times weekly), Davao (to four times daily), General Santos (to 10 times weekly), Legazpi (to five times weekly), Puerto Princesa (to twice daily) and Siargao (to six times weekly).
On the international routes, it will operate a five times daily Manila-Singapore service and 12 times weekly Manila-Bangkok service from 23 March and 1 April respectively.
Innovata schedules show that Cebu Pacific competes with carriers such as Seair on the Manila-Bacolod and Manila-Davao routes.