Thu, 7 July 2016

Cebu Pacific to Launch Three New Routes in Philippines

Cebu Pacific is to strengthen its presence in the Eastern and Western Visayas regions of Philippines with the launch of three new routes.

Starting 19 November 2016, Cebu Pacific will launch daily flights between Cebu and Ormoc and Cebu and Roxas; and four flights per week - on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays - between Cebu and Calbayog using ATR 72-500 aircraft.

Cebu Pacific remains steadfast in providing the best connectivity options for passengers at lowest fare in the market, said Atty. JR Mantaring, Cebu Pacific Vice President for Corporate Affairs. With the additional routes in and out of Cebu, the Queen City of the South, more guests can travel and visit scenic spots in the Visayas region. We will continue to expand our reach that will cater to our valued guests and boost trade and tourism agendas in the destinations that we operate in.

In 2015, over 4.4 million passengers were flown to and from Cebu. Cebu routes cover about 24.5% of CEBs seat capacity for 2015. With the addition of the three new routes, Cebu Pacific now has 25 domestic routes in Cebu which will cater to the ever-increasing travel demand.

Aside from Cebu, Cebu Pacific also operates flights out of five other strategically placed hubs in Philippines: Manila, Davao, Clark, Kalibo, and Iloilo.

Cebu Pacifics fleet is currently made up of 7 Airbus A319, 36 Airbus A320, 6 Airbus A330, and 8 ATR 72-500 aircraft. Between 2016 and 2021, Cebu Pacific expects delivery of two more brand-new Airbus A320, 30 Airbus A321neo, and 16 ATR 72-600 aircraft.

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