The Philippines's biggest low-cost airline Cebu Pacific is set to be the biggest airline operating in and out of Clark by December. In a report, CEB President and CEO Lance Y. Gokongwei said that the airline will opening its Puerto Princessa route on top of the Bacolod and Iloilo flights from Clark by December. CEB will be flying to seven domestic and four international destination from Clark which amounts to about flights per week.
Cebu Pacific recently introduced flights to Narita from Clark with Osaka to be added soon to the list of flights from Central Luzon's main gateway.
With Clark International Airport terminal 2 more than 70% complete, CEB is expanding its operations from the airport which will soon be able to accomodate an additional 8 million passengers on top of the original 4 million. Gokongwei sees Clark as its fastest growing hub in the next 5 years with the additional flights.
CEB's new international will all originate from Clark and that includes plans for India and Russia far east. Long haul flights from Clark though are not yet in the immediate plans and all widebody aircraft will still be operating from Manila.