Philippines carrier Cebu Pacific is preparing for the return of flights Boracay after six months of no operations to the resort island. The Philippine government closed off the island to tourists in April under a “rehabilitation” effort to clean out the island and curb overcrowding. The island is served by Kalibo airport and the nearer, but smaller Caticlan airport.  The Boracay market comprised between 6% and 7% of Cebu Pacific’s total passenger traffic and 6% of ...

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