Philippine Airlines will be expanding its services to Singapore and South Korea with the addition of new flights between Cebu (SEB) and Singapore (SIN), and Clark (CRK) and Seoul Incheon (ICN). Business Traveller Asia-Pacific was alerted to the news by industry website routesonline.com, and confirmed details on the carrier’s timetable.

The carrier will be introducing a four-times-weekly Cebu-Singapore service starting December 16, 2016. An Airbus A321 will be deployed on the route, which departs Cebu at 2200 and arrives in Singapore at 0145 the following morning. The return flight then departs at 0245 and arrives back in Cebu at 0640.

Meanwhile, Philippine Airlines’ Clark to Seoul service – the airline’s only route to service Clark airport – will commence from Jan 1, 2017 and will also reportedly be serviced by an A321 aircraft. The route will see the introduction of daily flights that depart Clark at 1645 and arrive in Incheon at 2140. The return leg will depart Incheon at 2250 and will arrive early the following morning at 0155.

Flight details are as follows (all times local):

Cebu-Singapore-Cebu

Flight No.FromToDepartsArrivesDays
PR517CEBSIN22000145+1Mon, Wed, Fri, Sun
PR518SINCEB02450640

Clark-Incheon-Clark 

Flight No.FromToDepartsArrivesDays
PR492CRKICN16452140Daily
PR493ICNCRK22500155+1

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