Philippine carrier Cebu Pacific Air is transforming domestic secondary cities into international gateways to relieve congestion at Manila International Airport. The Philippine Department of Transportation and Communications says domestic carriers will have to cut flights at Manila by 30%, according to local media, although Cebu Pacific VP of marketing and distribution, Candice Iyog, tells Aviation Week, “There’s no formal notice [from the department] but there are ongoing talks with the ...
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