New airline expands in Davao City

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Friday, October 7, 2011

A NEW Cebu-based airline is now expanding its operation and adding new routes to connect Cebu-Bohol-Davao and Cebu-Bohol-Cagayan de Oro.

Mid-Sea Express will have its delivery of a new British Aerospace Jetstream 32 before the end of this year.

This wide-body, solely business class aircraft will complement its existing routes from Cebu to Bantayan, Bohol, Siquijor and Camiguin.


Also, to open soon will be the highly anticipated route of Cebu to Caticlan, with affordable fares both to and from Boracay.

Mid-Sea Express' vision of "Bridging the Island" has been achieved through their consistent additional of routes to both Filipino and foreign travelers.

The goal of Mid-Sea Express is to further promote the tourism industries within the smaller islands while still serving the routes and destinations that are in high demand.

With the large and ever-increasing tourist demand in Bohol, the Cebu-Bohol flights are helping increase the island's chances of making a name among the world's travelers.

For inquiries and constant updates on the latest routes offered by Mid-Sea Express, visit their official Facebook page at or visit (PR)

Published in the Sun.Star Davao newspaper on October 07, 2011.


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