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Cebu Pacific resumes daily flights between UAE and PH from Sep 30


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The Philippines’ largest airline, Cebu Pacific, will fly seven times a week between the UAE and the Philippines starting September 30. 

The resumption of its daily flights between the countries will be operated via A330 wide-body jets with one-way fares starting from AED1,600. 

On its Facebook page, it announced two additional Bayanihan flights: September 27 and 29. 

“Following the lifting of entry restrictions for Philippine-inbound flights from several countries including the UAE, we are glad to be able to bring home more Filipinos who want to fly home and be reunited with their loved ones through Bayanihan flights,” Candice Iyog, vice president for marketing and customer experience at Cebu Pacific, was quoted as saying by The National. 

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