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33. Tigerair Philippines Now Operating as Cebgo
Tigerair Philippines, the wholly owned subsidiary of Cebu Pacific Air, is now operating as Cebgo. Its new logo utilizes CEB colors, to further reflect the airlines relationship with its parent company.
34. CEB Group Flies 1.5 Million Passengers in March 2015
Cebu Pacific and its wholly owned subsidiary Tigerair Philippines flew over 1.5 million passengers in March 2015, a growth of 11.7% compared to the same month last year. In March, the group operated approximately 2,800 weekly flights, utilizing a fleet of 55 aircraft. During the month, Cebu Pacific launched direct Kalibo-Hong Kong and Cebu-Tokyo flights, while Tigerair Philippines
35. Eight Low Cost Airlines in Asia Pacific Form Alliance
Eight low cost airlines Cebu Pacific (including subsidiary Cebgo), Jeju Air, Nok Air, NokScoot, Scoot, Tigerair Singapore, Tigerair Australia and Vanilla Air have formed an alliance. The Value Alliance, as it is called, means that travellers will be able to view, select and book the best-available airfares on flights from any of the airlines in a single transaction, directly fr
36. Scoot-Tiger Airways Signs Distribution Agreement with Sabre
Sabre has signed a global distribution partnership with Scoot-Tiger Airways. Sabres technology will enable Scoot-Tigerair to maximise its reach through the Sabre Travel Marketplace, connecting them to more than 425,000 travel agents globally.
37. Scoot Launches Daily Boeing 787 Dreamliner Flights Between Singapore and Guangzhou
Scoot has launched daily Boeing 787 Dreamliner flights to Guangzhou, replacing a daily flight previously operated by Tigerair. A key gateway to the prosperous Pearl River Delta region, Guangzhou is Scoots sixth destination in China. The addition of Guangzhou brings Scoots network to 18 destinations in eight countries and territories.
38. Scoot Renews Distribution Agreement with Amadeus
Scoot has renewed its distribution agreement with Amadeus, ensuring that the airlines fares and inventory continue to be available to Amadeus global network of travel agencies. Tigerair, which is expected to come under the Scoot brand this year, joins Scoot in making its content available through Amadeus under a new agreement.
39. Cebu Pacific Launches Mobile App for Android
Cebu Pacific has launched a mobile app for Android which allows passengers to make bookings and check-in for flights. With the mobile app, travelers can book one-way or roundtrip flights for up to 14 passengers on Cebu Pacific and Tigerair Philippines flights. During the booking process, passengers can also purchase prepaid baggage allowance or select seat assignments. Only credit
40. Cebu Pacific Groups Q1 2015 Net Income Soars to P2.2 Billion
Cebu Pacific, and its wholly owned subsidiary Cebgo (formerly Tigerair Philippines), generated a net income of P2.2 billion from January to March 2015, over 13 times higher than the P164.2 million earned in the same period last year. The Cebu Pacific Air groups Q1 2015 revenues increased by 20.7% year-on-year to P14.2 billion. Passenger revenues grew by 22.2% to P10.8 billion whil

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