Philippines AirAsia Launches Cebu-Singapore

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Philippines AirAsia will operate flights from Cebu to Singapore starting November 25. The new flights will be available every Mon-Wed-Fri-Sun.

Z2 7236 leaves Cebu at 1655H and arrives in Singapore at 2030H. Z2 7237 leaves Singapore at 2110H and arrives in Cebu at 0055H.

To promote the new route, Philippines AirAsia is offering promotional fares on for as low as P888 for travel between Nov. 25, 2016 and March 24, 2017.

The promotional fares are available until Oct. 23. Earlier this month, Philippines AirAsia announced it would open the Cebu to Taipei route by Nov. 25.


Cebu Pacific Increases Frequencies to Int’l Destinations


As the holiday season nears, Cebu Pacific adds  frequencies and seats to key international destinations.




Day of Additional Frequency

Effective Date

Manila – Bali (Denpasar)

2x weekly

3x weekly


Dec. 1, 2016

Manila – Bangkok

12x weekly

14x weekly


Nov. 30, 2016

Manila – Hanoi

3x weekly

5x weekly


Nov. 30, 2016


Dec. 25, 2016

Manila – Kuala Lumpur

11x weekly

13x weekly


Nov. 27, 2016

Philippine Airlines Cabin Crew Recruitment

Apply na as cabin crew ng Philippine Airlines!

Join the ranks of the brightest smiles in the skies. Be part of Philippine Airlines’ cabin crew and see how far your dreams can take you.

Interested applicants may submit their applications here: then choose the link “Philippine Airlines”

Basic Qualifications:
Filipino Citizen
Minimum age: 18 years old
Completed at least 2 years in College
Can speak English and Filipino
Female applicants must be atleast 5’3”
Male applicants must be atleast 5’6”

Sideline: Saudi Arabian Fleet Expansion

His Excellency the Minister of Transport, Chairman of the Board of General Authority of Civil Aviation, Chairman of the Board of Saudi Arabian Airlines, Mr. Sulaiman Alhamdan announced the approval by SAUDIA’s Board of Directors of SAUDIA’s fleet plan, part of which acquiring additional 63 modern airplanes.

Alhamdan further stated that “it is my pleasure that while we celebrate our National Day to announce that the national carrier has acquired 63 new aircraft as part of its fleet expansion and modernization plan reflecting the strength of our national economy.”

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Mr. Alhamdan sent his heartfelt congratulations to the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques and HRH the Crown Prince and HRH the Deputy Crown Prince on the occasion of the 86th National Day.
SAUDIA’s Director General Engineer Saleh Aljasser elaborated that this new acquisition includes the following aircraft:

  • 15 Boeing 777-300ER’s
  • 13 Boeing 787’s
  • 35 Airbus A320/A321neo’s

Mr. Aljasser emphasized that these aircraft are in addition to the 50 Airbus aircraft (A330 Regional’s and A320’s) which SAUDIA has signed for last year in Paris under the patronage of HRH Prince Mohammed Bin Salman, the Deputy Crown Prince and Minister of Defense and His Excellency the President of France, and we have begun receiving some of these aircraft last month.

Mr. Aljasser declared that 2017 will witness the delivery of highest number of new aircraft (30) in the history of the airline, 22 of which are wide-body aircraft (777-300ER’s/787-9’s/A330R’s); while within the last 4 months of this year 2016 we are receiving 25 aircraft, 21 of which are wide-body’s in addition to the 4 aircraft we received earlier this year bringing the total deliveries in 2016 to 29 aircraft.

Source: Saudia Press Release

Zika Virus Alert

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The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a Zika alert advisory recommending pregnant women to postpone nonessential travel to 11 Southeast Asian countries. Zika virus infection causes severe birth defects.

These Southeast Asian countries include Brunei, Myanmar, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Maldives, Philippines, Thailand, Timor-Leste (East Timor), and Vietnam.

The CDC said “travel notices,” like those issued for Zika-struck countries like Brazil and Singapore, have not been issued for these destinations, but such warnings would be considered if the number of cases rises to the level of an outbreak.

It is considered endemic in these countries, the CDC said in a statement, and many people who live there are likely immune.