The Philippines’ leading low-cost carrier, Cebu Pacific Air (PSE:CEB) offers additional cargo services in time for the holiday season. It now accepts cargo on its Airbus A330 flights from Manila to Dubai, Seoul and Singapore and vice versa.
CEB recently launched direct daily flights between Manila and Dubai, after it took delivery of two brand-new Airbus A330 aircraft from Toulouse, France. It also utilizes the Airbus A330 aircraft on a daily service between Manila and Seoul, and one of four daily services between Manila and Singapore.
“We are proud to offer cargo services on our wide-body aircraft, to accommodate the influx of cargo being transported during the holiday season. Aside from Dubai, Incheon and Singapore, Cebu Pacific Air Cargo ships to the widest network in the Philippines and 19 more international destinations. It is a 24/7 airport-to-airport cargo operation, ensuring that cargo gets delivered quickly through our extensive route network,” said CEB VP for Marketing and Distribution Candice Iyog.
CEB Cargo will also take delivery of additional Nordisk lightweight unit load devices in December 2013, for efficient and fuel-saving cargo storage in its Airbus A330 aircraft.
CEB Cargo currently serves more than 2,000 accounts, customizing cargo products based on the clients’ domestic and international cargo needs. Its services also include trans shipments through 15 interline global partners.
For cargo bookings on A330 flights, forwarders and shippers may call (02)851-9660. For domestic cargo bookings and concerns, call (02)802-7070 or visit the Manila Cargo office located along the Domestic Road, beside NAIA Terminal 4. For more information regarding cargo products and services, visit www.cebupacificaircargo.com.
CEB’s 47-strong fleet is comprised of 10 Airbus A319, 27 Airbus A320, 2 Airbus A330 and 8 ATR-72 500 aircraft. It is one of the most modern aircraft fleets in the world. Between 2013 and 2021, Cebu Pacific will take delivery of 15 more brand-new Airbus A320, 30 Airbus A321neo, and 4 Airbus A330 aircraft.