Cebu Pacific, and its wholly owned
subsidiary Cebgo, generated a net income of P8 billion from
January to June 2016, a substantial increase from the P5 billion
earned in the same period last year.
Pacific Air groupís 1H 2016 revenues surged to P33 billion, a
growth of 12% year-on-year.
Passenger revenues climbed by 11% to
P25 billion, after Cebu Pacific carried over 10 million passengers for the
first half of 2016. Cargo revenues also went up by 6% to P2
Likewise, ancillary revenues soared by 20%
to P6 billion consequent to the 9% growth in passenger traffic and
10% increase in average ancillary revenue per passenger. Improved
online bookings, together with a wider range of ancillary revenue
products and services, contributed to the increase.
ďOur strong operating and financial performance attest to the
ever growing number of air travelers and communities we serve, via approximately 2,400 weekly flights out of
Cebu Pacificís six strategic hubs
nationwide. We are optimistic that with the support of relevant government and airport authorities, we can continue contributing
to the progression of air transport services in the country,Ē said Atty. JR Mantaring,
Cebu Pacific Vice President for Corporate Affairs.
Cebu Pacific now offers
flights to an extensive network of over 100 routes on 36 domestic
and 30 international destinations, spanning Asia, Australia, the
Middle East, and USA. Its 57-strong fleet is comprised of seven
Airbus A319, 36 Airbus A320, six Airbus A330, and eight ATR 72-500
Between 2016 and 2021, Cebu Pacific expects delivery of 32 Airbus
A321neo, two Airbus A330, and 16 ATR 72-600 aircraft orders.
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