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Tourism Chief: More Korean Airlines are Planning Scheduled Flights to the Philippines

According to Tourism Secretary Bernadette Romulo-Puyat, more South Korean airlines are considering chartered flights to the Philippines. Puyat recently traveled to Korea to engage with tourism stakeholders. South Koreans, according to Puyat, are eager to visit Cebu, Boracay, and the Clark Special Economic Zone in the Philippines.

“Marami nang nagpaplano ng chartered flights, kasi siyempre maluwag na silang pumunta dito…meron tayo T’way, Seoul Air, Jin Air, yun lahat sila gusto,” she explained.

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“Lalo na Clark, excited sila kasi yung sa golf. Of course sa Boracay, sun and beach, kasama na din ang Cebu. Mahilig na talaga rin sila sa diving,” she continued.

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According to the official, the Philippines has accepted 176,857 tourists since its borders were opened to fully-vaccinated travelers on February 10.

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The majority of visitors were from the United States, with Canada, the United Kingdom, and South Korea following closely after. She did, however, mention that more South Koreans are likely to visit the Philippines now that their country no longer requires quarantine for returning citizens.

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