Cebu Pacific has taken delivery of three
additional brand new Airbus A321ceo aircraft.
With these deliveries, the Cebu Pacific
fleet is now made up of 65 aircraft, specifically four Airbus
A321ceo, 36 Airbus A320, eight Airbus A330, eight ATR 72-500 and
nine ATR 72-600. The average age of the aircraft in its fleet is
Cebu Pacific invested US$ 4.9 billion for its
new A321 fleet, with deliveries of additional three A321ceos and
32 A321neos spread from this year until 2022.
The new aircraft will support Cebu Pacific's expansion plans across
the region, further boosting a network that currently spans over 100
routes on 37 domestic and 26 international destinations.
The new A321ceo
aircraft can accommodate 230 passengers.
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