SEAir Plans Singapore – Boracay Flights

Southeast Asian Airlines (SEAir), an affiliate of Singapore-based Tiger Airways, has announced plans to expand its route offering from Singapore. The Philippine low cost carrier will launch direct Singapore – Kalibo flights, marking the first and only nonstop link between the city state and the resort island of Boracay.


Beginning 18 July 2013, flight DG 8802 will depart Kalibo International Airport at 0810 hrs on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays, arriving at Changi International Airport at 1155 hrs. The return flight, DG 8803, takes off from Singapore at 1225 hrs for a 1605 hrs arrival back in the Philippines. Frequency is scheduled to increase to 4 times weekly from 16 August 2013, with the flight also operating on Fridays.


Flight timings will allow passengers to connect in Singapore to and from long-haul services.  The new service will make it easier to travel to Boracay, bypassing the need to transit in Manila or Cebu and reducing travel time to just 3.5 hours.


SEAir will operate its Airbus A320, configured in a single class with 180 seats, on the route. The airline already operates a daily Singapore – Manila (Ninoy Aquino International Airport) service.


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