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- 97. Cebu Pacific Expands Payment Options with PayRemit
Cebu Pacific Air has partnered with PayRemit so that customers can pay for their flight bookings even if they do not have a credit card. Customers wishing to buy a ticket simply take note of the reference number and present it over-the-counter at any of the authorized PayRemit counters in Asia, the Middle East, Europe, and Canada, then settle in cash.
- 98. Cebu Pacific Orders 16 ATR 72-600s
Cebu Pacific has ordered 16 ATR 72 -600. The deal includes options to acquire an additional 10 ATR 72-600, valuing the total aircraft order at US$673 million, based on current list prices.
- 99. Cebu Pacific to Launch Flights to Kuwait and Sydney
This September, Cebu Pacific is to launch direct flights between Manila and Sydney as well as between Manila and Kuwait. The new Manila-Kuwait thrice weekly service will start on 2 September 2014, while the Sydney flights will operate four times a week, starting on 9 September 2014.
- 100. Cebu Pacific Signs MOU for 16 A330neo, 10 A321XLR and 5 A320neo Aircraft
Cebu Pacific has signed a Memorandum of Understanding for 31 Airbus aircraft, comprising 16 A330neo, 10 A321XLR and 5 A320neo.
- 101. Cebu Pacific Joins IATA
Cebu Pacific has joined the International Air Transportation Association, IATA. With over 290 member airlines from 117 countries, representing 82% of global air traffic, IATA represents, leads and serves the global airline industry.
- 102. Cebu Pacific Reports Increase in Passenger Numbers in Q1 2013
Cebu Pacific flew more than 3.53 million passengers from January to March (Q1) 2013, an increase of 5% compared to 3.37 million passengers in Q1 2012. Seat sales, increased routes and flight frequencies and sustained promotions paved the way for international passenger growth in CEB’s ASEAN routes. The airline flew over 376,000 passengers in Q1 2013, posting a 12% growth compared t
- 103. Cebu Pacific to Increase Flights Between Sydney and Manila
Cebu Pacific is to increase the frequency of flights between Sydney and Manila. Philippines is home to some of the most beautiful beach destinations in the world. Palawan, Cebu and Boracay are the most well known, and as airlines continue to improve connectivity within the region and globally, tourism to these areas is only going to increase.
- 104. Cebu Pacific Aiming to Increase Flights to Hong Kong
Cebu Pacific has unveiled plans to increase and upgrade its flights to Hong Kong, pending the approval of its request for seat entitlements with the Civil Aeronautics Board. The Philippines recently inked a new air service agreement with Hong Kong, doubling the weekly seats assigned to carriers operating flights from Manila to Hong Kong, from 15,000 seats per week to 30,000 seats p
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