Cebu Pacific announces resumption of daily Dubai-Manila flights
Vicky Karantzavelou wrote
DUBAI, UAE - Cebu Pacific (CEB), the Philippines’ largest national flag carrier, has announced in a virtual press conference that it is resuming its daily flights from Dubai to Manila starting December 14, 2020. This increase in frequency coincides with ‘Juan Love’ campaign to help create sustainable local tourism in the new normal. Cebu Pacific has also announced a string of multi-layered safety initiatives to boost travel confidence.
This new development is a result of the growing demand for both passenger and cargo flights in and out Dubai while staying committed to providing affordable air transport services for everyone.
Since the re-opening of the international borders, Cebu Pacific has been continuously increasing its flights between Dubai and Manila - from once a week in July to twice a week in August, and then to four times a week in October.
Meanwhile, CEB has earlier launched its ‘Juan Love’ (pronounced “one love”) online campaign, in partnership with the Department of Tourism (DOT), to show how flying helps local businesses to continue their operations - a vital step to keep the livelihoods of people in local destinations in the Philippines.
In addition, CEB has introduced new sanitation procedures to ensure that the needs of its customers are addressed so everyone, including Filipinos and UAE-based passengers planning to visit the Philippines, will be able to confidently travel again. In order to kickstart travel and tourism, CEB strictly follows three key steps: sanitation, tracing, and testing.
Candice Iyog, CEB VP for Marketing & Customer Experience said: “All these collaborative efforts are testaments of how achievable goals are when we all work together – we are positive our industry will heal and rise as one in no time so #EveryoneWillFlyAgain.”