After more than three months off, SkyJet Airlines has finally started offering flights again. The hiatus came after the airline’s only aircraft overshot the landing strip at Balesin Island.
The Bae 146-200 aircraft was damaged and all flights to Virac, Basco, and Coron were canceled while the company got a replacement aircraft. The new aircraft is slightly smaller, holding 79 people compared to 94.
Flights resumed on January 31 and the business-class flights offer lots of leg room and spacious seats. Passengers can now enjoy coffee, juice, and champagne on flights. This is not a low-cost carrier and the company sells an experience rather than just a flight.
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