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Flag carrier Philippine Airlines (PAL), budget airline Cebu Pacific, and shipping and logistics provider 2Go Group Inc. (2Go) have canceled their passenger trips up...
SENIOR management officials of Cebu Pacific have decided to take a pay cut as the coronavirus outbreak continues to affect the budget carrier’s operations.
THE country’s three major airlines — Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines, and Philippines AirAsia — have committed to help the government in the repatriation of Filipinos working and living in the countries in the Middle East that are affected by the Iran-United States conflict.
CEBU AIR, Inc., the listed operator of the Philippines’ largest budget carrier Cebu Pacific, has signed a purchase deal with plane manufacturer Airbus SAS for 16 passenger aircraft worth a total of $4.8 billion.
BUDGET CARRIER Cebu Pacific on Wednesday said it will launch in November direct flights between Puerto Princesa, Palawan and Hong Kong “to better connect the province to a wider market for tourists through a key international hub.”
BUDGET carrier Cebu Pacific is hoping to regain market share lost to domestic rivals, with the arrival of new aircraft this year.
LOW-COST CARRIER Cebu Pacific, through its wholly-owned subsidiary Cebgo, will have flights between Cebu and Busuanga in northern Palawan starting Oct. 27.
BUDGET carrier Cebu Pacific said it launched three new routes — two domestic and one international — out of Clark International Airport Friday.
BUDGET CARRIER Cebu Pacific is ready to assess the viability of flights to Mati City, the capital of Davao Oriental province, as soon as the development of the airport for commercial operations starts.
PHILIPPINE Airlines, Inc. (PAL) and Cebu Pacific showed significant improvements in their on-time performance (OTP) in July, two weeks after they signed signed pledges to improve with the Department of Transportation (DOTr).
CEBU PACIFIC may open longer routes from regional airports to North Asia and Australia by 2024 as it expects to start receiving its order of Airbus A321XLR (Xtra Long Range) in four years.
LE BOURGET — Airbus struck a $6-billion plane deal with Philippines budget airline operator Cebu Air on Tuesday, extending its lead on orders at a subdued Paris Air Show as rival Boeing struggles following the grounding of its top-selling jet.
CEBU PACIFIC said it will start offering direct flights between Manila and Shenzhen next month to cater to the growing number of travelers that want to connect to China.
CEBU PACIFIC said it will start flying to Japan from its hub in Clark by the third quarter as it aims to cater to travelers from Central and North Luzon.
CEBU PACIFIC is considering opening new routes to Australia as the budget carrier saw rising demand for its Manila flights to Sydney and Melbourne last year.
CEBU PACIFIC announced on Wednesday it will start flights between Manila and Marinduque next month through its subsidiary Cebgo.
NAGOYA — Gokongwei-led Cebu Pacific is looking at launching a direct flight to Japan from Clark, as well as expanding routes from Cebu to address the slot shortage in the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA).
CEBU PACIFIC is allocating between $650 to $700 million to fund its acquisition of new aircraft this year, as it aims to recover “lost market share” over the past two years.
CEBU AIR, Inc. has received its first Airbus A321neo (new engine option) out of its 32 orders from the European aircraft manufacturer.
PHILIPPINE AIRLINES (PAL) and Cebu Pacific are looking to launch new routes next year as both airlines expand their fleet.
BUDGET CARRIER Cebu Pacific has yet to be invited to the Davao City council’s Oct. 8 hearing on airfare rates, according to Cebu Pacific Director for Corporate Communications Charo Logarta-Lagamon.
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