Cebu to add four A320s for international services

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Cebu Pacific will increase the frequency of flights and seat capacity on its international routes from Manila, following the delivery of four new Airbus A320 aircraft from October this year to January next year.

The carrier is planning to add an additional flight weekly on its routes from Manila to Brunei and to Beijing each, raising its frequency to the two locations to four times weekly, with effect from 7 January.

At the same time, the airline will increase the frequency of its 32 times-weekly Manila-Singapore service to 35 times weekly.

The airline will add to the seat capacity on its daily Manila-Ho Chi Minh service by replacing the A319 aircraft with the A320, Cebu Pacific said.

In addition, the A319 aircraft deployed on the 10 times-weekly Manila-Bangkok route will be replaced with A320 aircraft, leading to an increase in the seat capacity on the route, with effect from 8 January, the carrier added.