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About Cebu Pacific
Cebu Pacific Air Inc., operating as Cebu Pacific, is a Philippine low-cost airline based at Ninoy Aquino International Airport (Manila Terminal 3), Pasay City, Metro Manila, in the Philippines. The airline offers flights to the following international destinations: Australia (Sydney), Brunei, Cambodia (Siem Reap), China (Beijing), China (Guangzhou), China (Shanghai), China (Xiamen), Hong Kong, Indonesia (Bali), Indonesia (Jakarta), Japan (Fukuoka), Japan (Nagoya), Japan (Narita), Japan (Osaka), Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (Riyadh), Korea (Busan), Korea (Incheon), Kuwait, Macau, Malaysia (Kota Kinabalu), Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur), Qatar (Doha), Singapore, Taiwan (Taipei), Thailand (Bangkok), Thailand (Phuket), United Arab Emirates (Dubai), US (Guam), Vietnam (Hanoi) and Vietnam (Ho Chi Minh).
Cebu Pacific domestic destinations include Bacolod, Boracay (Caticlan), Busuanga (Coron), Butuan, Cagayan de Oro, Camiguin, Cauayan (Isabela), Cebu, Clark, Cotabato, Davao, Dipolog, Dumaguete, General Santos, Iloilo, Kalibo, Legaspi, Laoag, Manila, Naga, Ozamiz, Pagadian, Puerto Princesa, Roxas, San Jose (Mindoro), Siargao, Surigao, Tacloban, Tagbilaran, Tandag, Tawi-Tawi, Tuguegarao, Virac and Zamboanga. The philippine airline operates from six strategically placed hubs: Manila, Cebu, Clark, Kalibo, Iloilo and Davao. It's main base is Ninoy Aquino International Airport, Manila, with other hubs at Mactan-Cebu International Airport, Clark International Airport, Kalibo International Airport, Francisco Bangoy International Airport and Iloilo International Airport.
Cebu Pacific Air currently operates a fleet of 49 Airbus (8 A319, 35 A320 and 6 A330) and 8 ATR 72-500 aircraft, one of the most modern aircraft fleets in the world. Between 2016 and 2021, Cebu Pacific will take delivery of three more Airbus A320, 30 Airbus A321neo and 16 ATR 72-600 aircraft orders. Aside from its 30 international destinations, Cebu Pacific also creates an extensive network across the Philippines with its 34 domestic destinations.
Cebu Pacific Fleet
Cebu Pacific's fleet is made up of entirely Airbus aircraft. Cebu Pacific has around 50 aircraft currently in service, this includeds models such as the A320-200, A320neo, A321-200, A321neo and A330-300.
Cebu Pacific Baggage Allowance
The carry-on baggage for Cebu Pacific airlines is one peice of hand luggage with a maximum weight of 7kg. The baggage must not exceed dimensions of 56cm x 36cm x 23cm.
Cebu Pacific does not have a free checked baggage allowance. One prepaid item is permitted per passenger. The option to buy baggage closes 4 hours prior to departure. The airline cannot accept baggage that is heavier than 30kg per piece.
Cebu Pacific Check-In Information
Get your boarding pass from seven days before your flight with Cebu online check-in. Online check-in closes four hours prior to departure for international flights and up to one hour prior to departure for domestic flights.
Passengers can check-in for their Cebu Pacific flight by visiting the Cebu Pacific check-in desks at the airport of departure.
For flights leaving from Dubai, airport check-in closes one hour before flight departure time on Cebu Pacific flights.
For flights leaving from Shanghai, airport check-in closes 50 minutes before flight departure time on Cebu Pacific flights.
For all other flights, airport check-in closes 45 minutes before flight departure time on Cebu Pacific flights.
Cebu Pacific In-Flight Entertainment
Cebu Pacific does not currently offer in-flight entertainment
Cebu Pacific does not currently offer in-flight TV shows.
Cebu Pacific does not currently offer in-flight movies.
Cebu Pacific Pets and Service Animals
Cebu Pacific only allows animals onto flights with passengers on flights to and from the United States when the passenger is in need of a service animal. Service animals are those which are trained to help people with disabilities or mental health problems, this includes emotional support animals. To fly with an emotional support animal, passengers must provide a letter from a registered mental health professional dated no more than one year prior to the flight date. On domestic flights within the Philippines pets can be transported via Air Cargo.
Cebu Pacific Destinations
Cebu Pacific operates domestic flights to the following destinations:
|Bacolod||Busuanga||Butuan||Cagayan de Oro|
|Puerto Princesa||Roxas||San Jose||Siargao|
|Melbourne||Sydney||Bandar Seri Begawan||Siem Reap|
|Macau||Kota Kinabalu||Kuala Lumpur||Sandakan|
|Bangkok||Dubai||Hanoi||Ho Chi Mnih City|
Cebu Pacific Hub Airport
Ninoy Aquino International Airport
The Ninoy Aquino International Airport, also known as Manila International Airport, is the airport serving Manila and its surrounding metropolitan area. Located along the border between the cities of Pasay and Parañaque, about 7 kilometres south of Manila proper and southwest of Makati, NAIA is the main international gateway for travelers to the Philippines and serves as a hub for AirAsia Philippines, AirAsia Zest, Cebgo, Cebu Pacific, PAL Express, and Philippine Airlines.
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Cebu Pacific News
22nd June 2018
Cebu Pacific say 10% of Philippine nationals live overseas
Speaking at the CAPA LCCs in North Asia Summit in June 2018, Cebu Pacific commercial planning VP, Cebgo president and CEO Alexander Lao state that approximately 10% of the population of the Philippines lives overseas.
Mr Lao said when Cebu Pacific launched, it targeted markets where large groups of Philippines nationals are known to reside in areas including the Middle East and Australia. He added that the LCC suspended services to Middle East destinations including Doha and Riyadh in part because Filipinos living in these destinations were largely workers, while destinations including Sydney and Dubai offered both business and leisure demand.
19th June 2018
Cebu Pacific to help promote the Philippines
The Department of Tourism (DOT) and Cebu Pacific have struck a partnership in order to promote the Phillipines in markets abroad. The DOT approached Cebu Pacific, along with other companies with a global footprint in the Phillipenese, to assist them in promoting the country. Makati City Tourism Secretary Bernadette Romulo Puyat said that the DOT and Cebu Pacific will advertise together, not only in the Phillipines but globally as well.
Besides Cebu Pacific, the DOT has also agreed to a partnership with PAL-Express and Oishi Food Group to create advertisements for the Phillipones.
18th May 2018
Cebu Pacific on the hunt for new pilots
Cebu Pacific are looking for 16 new trainee cadets to join their ranks. The airline said it was accepting a third batch of applicants for 16 slots in its "study now, pay later" cadet pilot program. The cadets will study at the Flight Training Adelaide or FTA in Australia for 52 weeks to become licensed commercial pilots, the country's largest airline said in a statement on its website. There are loans available for those who need it, who will then be able to pay them back via salary deductions.
22nd March 2018
Cebu Pacific adds new A321
Cebu Pacific Air has taken delivery of its first Airbus A321 aircraft today, preparing for its year of growth. The aircraft, registered RP-C4111, is fitted with 230 Recaro seats in an all-economy configuration. This year, the Philippine low-cost carrier is scheduled to add seven A321s from March through to September, before its first Pratt & Whitney PW1100G-powered A321neo is delivered in November. The carrier tells FlightGlobal that the A321s will create some room for the A330s that are used on short-haul services to go further afield, while the A321neos will give it the capability to reach destinations including Brisbane, Perth, Sapporo, Vladivostok and cities in India.
8th February 2018
Netizens choose next Cebu Pacific destinations
The country’s leading airline, Cebu Pacific Air has announced the ten most requested local destinations among millions of netizens who participated in the #CEBFlyMeTo campaign. The breakthrough campaign utilized crowdsourcing to find out from netizens which Philippine destinations they would want Cebu Pacific to fly to next. #CEBFlyMeTo also aimed to bring communities together to voice out their thoughts and push for their hometowns to become one of CEB’s destinations. Over two million netizens have watched, shared, reacted, and commented with their #CEBFlyMeTo votes since the campaign’s launch in late 2017.
The ten most-requested destinations are Daet (Camarines Norte), Mati (Davao Oriental), Bantayan Island (Cebu), San Vicente (Palawan), Siquijor, Lal-Lo (Cagayan), Marinduque, Maasin (Southern Leyte), Basco (Batanes), and Bislig (Surigao Del Sur). These destinations are currently being checked for feasibility of mounting commercial flights, using criteria like market readiness, state of airport and related infrastructure, as well as safety and security in the area. This means that CEB could be flying soon to any of these breath-taking destinations. Cebu Pacific has several brand-new aircraft set to be delivered over the coming months. From 2018 to 2022, CEB expects delivery of seven brand-new Airbus A321ceo, 32 Airbus A321neo, and eight ATR 72-600 aircraft.
Today, Cebu Pacific has 18 flights weekly between Manila and Masbate. The online campaign has allowed Masbateños to contribute to the economic growth of the province by helping open doors of opportunities for business and tourism. Cebu Pacific was also the first airline to mount commercial flights to destinations that are now up-and-coming tourist areas such as Siargao, Camiguin and Virac.
30th October 2017
Cebu Pacific shelves plans to fly to Honolulu
Cebu Pacific Air is rethinking its long-haul strategy, shelving—for now—plans to fly to Honolulu in the United States.
It was also keeping alive the possibility of flying to Melbourne, its second destination in Australia after Sydney.
“We would rather focus our resources on meeting existing demand for regional and domestic flights,” Gokongwei said.
Cebu Pacific earlier announced a significant cutback in its Middle East operations. From June to July, it suspended operations to Kuwait, Doha and Riyadh. It still flies to Dubai in the United Arab Emirates.
Gokongwei acknowledged that Cebu Pacific was suffering “immense losses” on those Middle East routes.
Those flights, once a key part of Cebu Pacific’s long-haul strategy, were launched between 2014 and 2015. The budget airline briefly operated flights between Manila and Dammam before suspending the service in early 2015.
“The other airlines, we believe, are perhaps benefiting from some subsidies from their governments,” Gokongwei adding, likely referring to state-owned Gulf carriers— Cebu Pacific’s main rivals on those routes.
“Privately owned airlines like ourselves really could not sustain the operations,” he said.
Gokongwei said its fleet of Airbus A330s had since been redeployed to cater to high demand destinations like Hong Kong, Korea, Japan, Davao and Cebu.
Gokongwei said its pipeline of plane orders would likewise remain unchanged.
Its fleet of aircraft includes one Airbus A319, 35 Airbus A320s and eight Airbus A330s while the Cebgo fleet is composed of eight ATR 72-500s and seven ATR 72-600 aircraft.
Between 2017 and 2022, Cebu Pacific expects delivery of seven new Airbus A321ceo and 32 Airbus A321neo aircraft.
Cebu Pacific’s route network spans 25 international and 37 domestic destinations.
25 June 2017
Cebu Pacific to mount night flights to Boracay
Cebu Pacific (CEB), will start evening flights to and from Caticlan, the gateway to world-famous Boracay Island, beginning 1st July 2017. CEB is the first carrier to mount night flights and utilize the upgraded air traffic control system and newly-installed night navigational equipment at the Godofredo P. Ramos Airport in Caticlan.
Cebu Pacific will be mounting 2 additional round-trip flights daily between Manila and Caticlan, with the last flight leaving Manila at 6:55 p.m. and returning from Caticlan at 8:45 p.m. The new flights will utilize the ATR aircraft under subsidiary Cebgo. Currently, the last flight from Manila to Caticlan leaves at 3:30 pm; with the return flight at 5:10 pm.
In total, Cebu Pacific has 39 flights weekly between Manila and Caticlan; 14 between Cebu and Caticlan; and seven between Clark and Caticlan. The additional night frequencies will add 12 more flights to Caticlan to bring the total CEB frequency to 72. The mounting of night operations at the Caticlan Airport was given the go-signal following technical reviews and consultations on its night operation capability with the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP), the Department of Transportation, and other relevant aviation authorities.
Prior to Caticlan, Cebu Pacific had mounted night flights to and from the Roxas City Airport in Capiz, the Laguindingan Airport (Cagayan de Oro) in Misamis Oriental, and the Legazpi International Airport in Albay as soon as these were approved by aviation authorities for night capability.
Cebu Pacific announced it was offering a direct flight from Cebu City to Ormoc City in Leyte
The 72-seater, twin-engine turboprop ATR 72-500, left Mactan Cebu International Airport in Lapu-Lapu City, Cebu at 7:40 a.m. and landed at the Ormoc airport at 8:25 a.m. or 45 minutes later. In November 2016, Cebu Pacific said it is the first carrier to operate night flights out of the Legazpi International Airport after being upgraded by the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) with necessary facilities and declared ready to accommodate evening flights. The upgrade allows airlines to offer more flights for passengers to choose from.
At present, Cebu Pacific operates 6 daily flights to and from Legazpi via Manila and Cebu. As early as 2012, Cebu Pacific has been calling for the upgrade of airports to have night capability to allow airlines to offer flights in the evening and in effect, help ease congestion at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) runway during the peak noon to early afternoon schedule.
25th November 2015
Cebu Pacific announces its first US destination
The airline launched its 4 times weekly service between Manila and Guam starting on 15th March 2016.
2nd March 2015
Cebu Pacific announce cancellation of flights between Manila and Dammam
Cebu Pacific announced that it would cancel twice-weekly flights between Manila and Dammam on March 29, 2015
The airline later announced that they would commence flights to Doha, Qatar from Manila, starting June 4, 2015.