PAL Express, formerly known as Airphil Express, plans to launch four new domestic services, starting May.
It will launch twice weekly Bacolod-Puerto Princesa, Busuanga-Puerto Princesa and Caticlan-Bacolod services on 17 May, according to its network schedule.
This will be followed by a thrice weekly Caticlan-Clark service on 18 May. This frequency, however, will be reduced to twice weekly on 29 September.
The carrier will also raise frequencies on a number of its domestic services.
Its Manila-Legazpi frequency will be increased from seven to 10 times weekly. The Manila-Naga frequency will be raised from 11 to 13 times weekly, and the Manila-Zamboanga frequency will be raised from 14 to 17 times weekly.
Changes on the three services will take effect on 16 May.
On 1 May, the Manila-Kalibo frequency will be increased from 26 to 29 times weekly. The carrier also raised its Manila-Cotabato service from seven to 10 times weekly on 15 April.
PAL Express was rebranded from Airphil Express on 15 March, building on the alliance it has with Philippine Airlines. The rebranding will improve and align its service standards and product offerings with the country's flag carrier, says PAL.