Philippines-based Cebu Pacific (CEB) is to double baggage allowance for all international flights between Clark’s Diosdado Macapagal International Airport (DMIA) to Hongkong, Macau, Singapore and Bangkok.
The promotion will run from October 15 to December 31 and will allow passengers to carry up to 30kg of luggage without facing excess penalties.
Low-cost carrier CEB is also overhauling its Clark-Singapore services, with the service shifting from an evening to afternoon slot from October 25, and finally becoming a daily service from December 12.
Cebu Pacific currently flies six times weekly from Clark to Hong Kong, and four times a week to Macau and Singapore. Flights to Bangkok are twice weekly.
Clark is over one hour’s drive from Manila and is closer for many inhabitants of Northern and Central Luzon island than the capital. DMIA is located in a former US military base that has now been transformed into the Clark Freeport Zone, where a number of multinational corporations are based.
“We want to further promote our Clark flights and entice residents from Northern Luzon to travel via DMIA,” said CEB vice-president for marketing and distribution Candice Iyog.
For more information see www.cebupacificair.com