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About Cebgo

Cebgo (CEB) is a low-cost airline serving the Philippines. Cebgo currently offers flights to over 25 destinations, mainly within the Philippines.Cebgo is based at Ninoy Aquino International Airport, Manilla and operates all of its flight from the domestic terminal — Terminal 4. Cebgo is a wholly owned subsidiary of Cebu Pacific.

The airline was established in 1995 and began flying operations in the same year, with the Congress of the Philippines granting the franchise in 2009. Cegbo continues to modernise its fleet with the most popular regional aircraft to substantially expand its route network and frequencies across the archipelago and continue to support the growing Philippine economy.

In 2014, Tigeair Philippines was bought out by Cebu Pacific, shortly thereafter, Tigerair Philippines merged into Cebgo and Cebgo took on all of its routes and services.

Beginning December 16, 2016, CEB will increase its Clark-Cebu-Clark operations from three to six times weekly while Clark-Hong Kong-Clark will be up from seven to 10 times weekly.

Cebgo's original hub airport was at Clark International Airport and for years was the only airline flying from Clark airport. However, in the early 2010s, Cebgo changed its hub airport to Ninoy Aquino International Airport.


Cebgo Baggage

Carry-on Baggage

Every passenger on Cebgo flights is entitled to one carry-on or cabin baggage, with a maximum weight of 7kg.

Maximum dimensions are 56cm x 36cm x 23cm, for Airbus flights and 56cm x 35cm x 20cm for ATR flights.


Checked Baggage

Cebgo's checked baggage allowance differs depending on the ticket type that you purchase.

Small entitles the passenger to 15kg of checked baggage

Standard allows passengers 20kg of checked baggage.

Large entitles the passenger to  30kg of checked baggage.

Large plus allows the passenger 40kg of checked baggage.


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Cebgo News

30th May 2018

Cebgo may be affected by the increase of flight prices in the Philippines

Airlines in the Philippines, such as Cebgo, may need to consider raising ticket prices to compensate for rising fuel costs as the local currency takes a dive. The Philippine Peso is currently at a 12-year low and may cause Philippine Airlines to expereience a lack of demand for air travel. Cebu Air’s costs are increasing by 700 million pesos ($13 million) a month from a year ago with jet fuel prices hitting $87 per barrel and the peso declining to 52.50 against the dollar. For this reason airlines may have to adjust their prices accordingly.


20th September 2017

Cebgo seen accelerating fleet expansion

Cebu Pacific subsidiary Cebgo is expected to speed up its fleet expansion this year to be able to launch new routes amid expected growth in the domestic market, according to aviation think tank Centre for Aviation (CAPA). 

In its latest analysis focused on Cebgo, CAPA said the carrier is planning to expand its ATR 72 fleet with the addition of six aircraft.

With the delivery of two ATR 72-600 aircraft late last year and another two early this year, Cebgo now has a total of 12 aircraft.

“The LCC (low cost carrier) has used the additional aircraft to launch 10 new routes, including seven entirely new routes for the group and three routes previously served by big sister Cebu Pacific Air,” CAPA said. 

With Cebgo no longer proceeding with the plan to phase out ATR 72-500s this year, its fleet will expand from 10 to 16 aircraft this year, instead of from 10 to 11 aircraft as originally planned.

“A likely bigger factor in delaying the start of the ATR 72-500 phase outs, rather than potential remarketing of aircraft issues, is the situation of relatively favorable conditions in the Philippines domestic market. The Philippines domestic market is an exceptional market in Southeast Asia in that it is undersupplied, while most of the region is suffering from overcapacity,” CAPA said. 

It said Cebu Pacific is not expanding its mainline domestic operation this year as the parent airline is waiting for the delivery of the new generation A321neo before resuming expansion.

Cebu Pacific plans to take delivery of its first two A321neos later this year, followed by another 13 aircraft next year.

“By pursuing faster expansion at Cebgo, the group is able to expand its total domestic capacity by approximately three percent without any capacity growth at the parent airline,” CAPA said. 

It noted that Cebgo which accounts for 15 percent of the group’s total domestic capacity, is now planning to expand seat capacity by over 20 percent this year.

“Squeezing out some capacity growth is strategically important as domestic demand in the Philippines continues to rise rapidly, driven by strong economic growth,” CAPA said. 

Meanwhile, Cebgo is launching four new domestic routes next month to make inter-island travel more accessible to those outside of Metro Manila.

Starting May 15, Cebgo will start operating daily flights between Clark and Caticlan (Boracay) as well as three times weekly flights between Clark and Busuanga and three times weekly flights between Cebu and Busuanga.

The Clark-Busuanga and Cebu-Busuanga flights will be available on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

On May 16, Cebgo will begin flying between Cebu and Cotabato four times per week or on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays.

“We believe that by opening these new routes, we are enabling more residents from Central and even North Luzon to travel to Palawan and Boracay—two of the world’s best islands, without having to make the trip to Metro Manila to catch their flights. Even guests from the Visayas who would like to explore Northern Palawan have to fly via Manila to get there. With a direct Cebu-Busuanga route, the islands of Coron and Culion are easier to get to,” Cebgo president and CEO Alexander Lao said in a statement.

Apart from promoting domestic tourism, he said the new routes are expected to enhance trade and investment as cargo services are made available by the carrier.  



August 2017

Philippines' Cebgo to start int'l ops in early 4Q17

Cebgo ATR72-600 (in Cebu Pacific livery)© Avions de Transport Régional

Cebgo (DG, Manila Ninoy Aquino Int'l) is to make its international debut later this year, parent carrier Cebu Pacific Air (5J, Manila Ninoy Aquino Int'l) has announced.

Effective October 29, the domestic carrier will start a 4x weekly service from Zamboanga to Sandakanin Malaysia using ATR equipment. Since its launch in 2015 following Cebu Pacific's acquisition of Tigerair Philippines, Cebgo has focussed exclusively on the domestic Philippine market serving thirty destinations across the archipelago. Its fleet consists of eight ATR 72-500s and six ATR 72-600s.

The new Sandakan route is aimed at increasing seamless logistics connectivity within the Brunei-Indonesia-Malaysia-Philippines East Asia Growth Area (BIMP-EAGA). 

"The new route would offer better service to the traveling public and open greater opportunities for trade, investment, and tourism with Western Mindanao as a growing regional gateway to the Philippines," Trade and Investment Assistant Secretary, Art Boncato, Jr., said.


Source: ch-aviation


September 2016

Cebgo took delivery of first ATR 72-600 High Capacity aircraft

The delivery is the first of a US$673-million order of 16 aircraft that was placed at the 2015 Paris Airshow, which also includes an option to acquire additional 10 more planes. Cebgo will progressively replace its current fleet of eight ATR 72-500s – which are configured with 72 seats – with the fleet of 16 new ATR 72-600s, with 78 seats. Deliveries of the ATR 72-600s will run until 2020.

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