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Cebu Pacific to Fly Cebu-Incheon Daily Starting September

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by Clara Rosales
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Cebu Pacific is set to operate daily flights from Cebu to Seoul, South Korea starting September as international borders reopen to tourists.

Starting Sept. 9, there will be daily flights to Incheon from the Cebu hub, expanding the carrier's current twice-a-week schedule.

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“These additional flights will enable more passengers from VisMin to fly to South Korea any day of the week so they may finally make their travel dreams a reality. This ramp-up just two months after the route is a testament to our commitment to everyJuan and reflects the travel demand amongst Filipinos and foreigners,” said Cebu Pacific Corporate Communications Director Carmina Reyes-Romero. 

Flight 5J 128 is scheduled to depart Mactan Cebu International Airport at 12:25 p.m. and will arrive at 6:10 p.m. in local time in Korea time. Return flight 5J 129 is scheduled to depart Seoul at 6:55 p.m. and arrive in Cebu at 10:50 p.m. local time in the Philippines

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Only fully vaccinated tourists can fly to Seoul. Visitors are required to present a negative RT-PCR result taken 48 hours before departure.

A valid vaccination certificate, like the VaxCertPH, and a valid foreigner registration card are also required.

For more information on COVID-19 travel requirements, visit Cebu Pacific's website.

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