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Cebu Pacific Flew 16.9 Million Passengers in 2014

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Cebu Pacific flew 16.9 million passengers in 2014, an increase of 17.5% from 14.4 million passengers flown in 2013.

On average, Cebu Pacific flights were 84% full during the year and the airline achieved notable passenger growth in both domestic and several international markets, with increased presence in the Middle East and Japan, as well as entry into Australia.

The Cebu Pacific Air group increased flights to domestic markets, as its newly acquired subsidiary, Tigerair Philippines, launched eight domestic routes from its hubs in Manila and Cebu to Butuan, Clark, Cagayan de Oro, Davao, General Santos, Roxas, and Tagbilaran.

In 2014, the airline launched direct non-stop flights from Manila to Kuwait, Riyadh, and Dammam. Cebu Pacific also launched a five times weekly service from Manila to Sydney. These are additional routes to its existing long haul service from Manila to Dubai.

Cebu Pacific expanded its operations in Japan with the launch of daily services from Manila to Tokyo and a four times weekly service to Nagoya. The airline also increased its flights to Osaka, from thrice weekly to a daily service.

"We thank our passengers who have allowed us to fly with them throughout the years. Our passengers constantly inspire us to find ways to serve them better, and we look forward to enabling even more Filipinos to fly," said Candice Iyog, Cebu Pacific Vice President Ė Marketing and Distribution.

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