Time to Fly: Cebu Pacific Air’s new Sydney to Manila route

In Travel News by The H4C Team

If you’re planning to spend your honeymoon or romantic holiday in the Philippines, this news will put a smile on your face! Cebu Pacific Air, the largest Philippine airline carrier, has just announced non-stop flights from Sydney to Manila.

From September 9, you’ll be able to catch flights straight from Sydney’s international airport to Manila’s Ninoy Aquino International Airport (and back again!). Even better, you’ll be travelling in style – each flight will utilise brand-new Airbus A330-300 aircrafts. New flights will run every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday. For a more detailed flight schedule, check out Cebu Pacific’s website.

Offering low fares and easy online bookings, Cebu Pacific intends to make travelling to and from the Philippines something everyone can do with ease. Travellers can also purchase additional amenities for their longer flights, making every trip absolutely luxurious.

Alex Reyes, Cebu Pacific Air’s general manager, is thrilled to announce the new route, expecting tourism boosts – for both Australia and the Philippines. “Filipino expats can visit family and friends more often. Australians looking for superb beach destinations now have more options that rival Bali and Phuket. The inbound market for Filipino tourists visiting Australia also has great potential.”

The Philippines are definitely a location that’s popular with Australian honeymooners or holiday-makers – after all, it’s got fabulous beach locations that rival some of the best islands in the world, thriving metropolitan locales, and smiling, friendly locals. And now we’ve got direct flights straight to this stunning place! What more can you ask for? 

To celebrate this incredible new service, Cebu Pacific is offering all-inclusive seats on its Sydney to Manila flights for just $99, if you plan on travelling between September 9 and December 31 this year. Get in quickly, because this price will only last until June 19! 

For more information, visit Cebu Pacific Air on their website, or shoot them a question via their Facebook page