Heads Up: Cebu Pacific Resumes Flights to Australia


Cebu Pacific has resumed its thrice-weekly flights between Manila and Sydney, Australia, the airline said Sunday (July 3). This expands the budget carrier’s footprint across Asia Pacific. 


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“With this route resumption, we are pleased to fly once again to and from this destination after more than two years,” said Xander Lao, chief commercial officer at Cebu Pacific. “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,” he added. “We will continue working on boosting seamless connections across our network to address demand.”

Sydney requires arriving visitors to present printed copies of their Covid-19 vaccination certificate upon check-in. Travelers must also complete and submit their Digital Passenger Declaration form at least 72 hours before departure.


Meanwhile, Filipinos coming home are no longer required to take a COVID-19 test pre-departure.

Cebu Pacific said it plans to continue revitalizing its international network as health restrictions continue to ease in many places across the world. The company said its domestic network has already been restored to 100 percent of its pre-pandemic capacity. 

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