1. FILIPINO CITIZEN
2. MINIMUM AGE: 18 YEARS OLD
3. COMPLETED AT LEAST 2 YEARS IN COLLEGE
4. CAN SPEAK ENGLISH AND FILIPINO
5. FEMALE APPLICANTS MUST BE SINGLE AT LEAST 5’3″
6. MALE APPLICANTS ARE PREFERABLY SINGLE AT LEAST 5’6″
Cabin Crew – Chinese Interpreter
1. FLUENT IN MANDARIN AND FOOKIEN
2. FILIPINO CITIZEN
3. MINIMUM AGE: 18 YEARS OLD
4. COMPLETED AT LEAST 2 YEARS IN COLLEGE
5. CAN SPEAK ENGLISH AND FILIPINO
6. FEMALE APPLICANTS MUST BE SINGLE AT LEAST 5’3″
7. MALE APPLICANTS ARE PREFERABLY SINGLE AT LEAST 5’6″
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Cebu Pacific: likely to hit 19 million passengers (18.4 million passengers in 2015) flown for 2016.
Philippine Airlines: approximately 13.5 million passengers flown for 2016.
Sangley Airport: All-Asia Resources and Reclamation Corporation proposed to develop Sangley Point into an integrated international airport and seaport economic-industrial zone called Philippine Global gateway. The consortium of (Henry) Sy and Tieng families allotted 1.3 trillion pesos for this project.
Cebgo, a subsidiary of Cebu Pacific Air, will launch daily flights from MNL to Masbate and 4x/week to Tablas starting 15 February 2016 using the brand new ATR 72-600.
“The addition of these new routes will allow our passengers to easily visit these fast-rising areas in Luzon, both known for its white-sand beaches, waterfalls and diving spots.”
“We remain firm in bringing people together through safe, affordable, reliable, and fun-filled air travel. With these additional routes, travelers will now be able to visit these destinations faster while enjoying CEB’s trademark low fares. Rest assured, we will continue expanding our network to reach more passengers in and out the Philippines,” says Alexander Lao, Cebgo President and CEO.
Cargo services will also be made available in these areas together with passenger services.
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Honolulu (HNL) takes a backseat. Melbourne (MEL) is in.
After initially shelving MEL from its network plan in 2015, the Philippines largest LCC Cebu Pacific Air (5J) is now contemplating at Australia market expansion by including MEL again and making it as its top priority for longhaul operation.
CEB inked a new partnership with MEL based Tigerair Australia which made MNL-MEL a promising route.
Based on CAPA, the world’s leading aviation think tank, Cebu Pacific and Philippine Airlines have both struggled in the Australian market. For fiscal year 2016, Cebu Pacific’s load factor for MNL-SYD was 64%. This makes Sydney the worst performing longhaul route for 5J. Over capacity remains a vital concern for the LCC.