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Cebu Pacifics 70 Millionth Passenger Wins 70 Free Flights

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Cebu Pacific flew its 70 millionth passenger last week. A 21-year old resident of Tawi-Tawi in the southernmost part of the Philippines, Jalaluddin checked in for a Manila-Zamboanga flight on Thursday, 15 November 2012.

CEB VP for Airport Services Antonio Jose Rodriguez and CEB VP for Marketing and Distribution Candice Iyog awarded the lucky 70 millionth passenger with 70 free domestic flights.

The awarding ceremony was held at the Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3 (NAIA T3) check-in area.

Last January 2011, President Benigno Aquino III awarded CEBs 50 millionth passenger, an Austrian named Harald Toifl. In less than two years, CEB flew 20 million passengers more. This definitely shows how CEBs trademark lowest fares have revolutionized air travel, giving more travelers the chance to fly for the first time or more often, Iyog said.

Iyog recognized NAIA T3s contribution to CEBs expansion, as the only airport terminal that can accommodate the airlines growth. CEB bases majority of its operations in Manila, with additional hubs in Cebu, Clark, Iloilo, Kalibo and Davao.

We will end the year with the largest aircraft fleet in the Philippines, and we expect delivery of 7 Airbus A320 and 2 A330 aircraft next year. This is part of the incremental delivery of over 50 aircraft until 2021. It is truly an exciting time for Cebu Pacific, and we look forward to when we fly our 100 millionth guest, she added.

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