New routes by Thai Lion Air, Malindo Air and Cebu Pacific in Asia are helping the premier traveler arrive at their destinations with as few hassles as possible.
New domestic routes in the Philippines made their maiden flights on March 15th. These new routes have a place of origin of Cagayan de Oro on the northern side of Mindanao.
The first one is a flight south to the other side of Mindanao to the city of Tagbilaran. This route is on the schedule on Monday, Wednesday, Fridays and Sunday of the week.
The second new route is to Bacolod on the Negros Island just north of Mindanao. This route will be in the sky in Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays of the week.
As part of the summer schedule for Thai Lion Air are two new international connections. Both of these new routes are based out of the Don Mueang international Airport in Bangkok.
On March 24th is the maiden flight to Hanoi in Vietnam. This flight will be on the schedule for 8 times a week.
The second flight is to Nanchang in China. This route will be on the schedule 4 times a week starting on April 1st.
The last of the new routes is from the budget Malaysian air carrier Malindo Air. This LLC has a base of operations out of the Kuala Lumpur International Airport in Malaysian.
The new route connects Kuala Lumpur with Penang in Cambodia then on to Haikou on the island of Hainan in China. This tri-route makes it maiden flight on March 28th of this year and departs from Kuala Lumpur at 6:00 am. This is a twice weekly route on the new summer schedule.
These are the latest connections on schedules in Asia where commercial air workers show up for work daily. The only cause for delays in this part of the world is the high volume of traffic due to demand for these connections.
Sources: Cebu Pacific, eTurbo News, routes online