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Cebu Pacific Resumes Manila to Sydney Flights

Affordable flights from Manila to Down Under are back.
by The reportr team
Jul 3, 2022
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Cebu Pacific said Sunday it has resumed flights between Manila and Sydney, expanding its Asia Pacific footprint as travel restrictions continue to loosen up around the world.

Since July 1, the Philippines' largest carrier said it had been operating thrice weekly flights to the Australian capital on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

Flight 5J 39 departs Manila at 11:20p.m. and arrives in Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport at 9:50 a.m. local time the following day. The return flight, 5J 40 flies out of Sydney at 11:20 a.m. local time, and arrives in Manila at 5:50 p.m. every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.

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“We know that many are excited to visit Sydney’s attractions like the Sydney Opera House, Harbour Bridge, Bondi beach, Taronga Zoo and many more. This also allows Filipinos to reunite with friends and family," said Xander Lao, Chief Commercial Officer at Cebu Pacific.

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"We will continue working on boosting seamless connections across our network to address demand,” he said.

 Seats to Sydney are up for grabs for as low as P8,999 all-in fare from July 1 until July 6. Travel period is from Feb. 1 up until June 30, 2023. This is on top of the month-long seat sale of all-in fare of P9,999, covering travel from Aug. 1 until Jan. 31, 2023.

For more information, visit the Cebu Pacific Travel reminders website.

Editor's Note: Cebu Pacific and Summit Media, which publishes Reportr, are both part of the Gokongwei Group.

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