Airlines Flying to Australia By Capacity


Jumpacked Airlines

All Nippon Airways (Japan) tops the list which has flown the most packed planes at 91% average capacity.  ANA is followed by American Airlines at 88%, closely followed by Delta Air Lines (USA) at 87% seat utilization over the past four years.

Half Empty Planes

Air Niugini (Papua New Guinea) averages 54%, while Philippine carriers Cebu Pacific and Philippine Airlines have an average capacity of 59.5% and 60.1% respectively.

Australian carrier Qantas is at number 19 and flies at an average of 79.9% capacity.

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1 All Nippon Airways 91.3%

2. American Airlines 87.7%

3. Delta Air Lines 87.3%

4. Cathay Pacific Airways 86.5%

5. British Airways 85.6%

6. Etihad Airways 85.3%

7. Japan Airlines 84.3%

8. Aerolineas Argentinas 83.9%

9. Air Canada 82.6%

10. Qatar Airways 82.4%

11. Fiji Airways 81.8%

12. Air New Zealand 81.5%

13. United Airlines 81.4%

14. China Eastern Airlines 80.8%

15. China Southern Airlines 80.5%

16. Singapore Airlines 80.5%

17. Korean Air 80.3%

18. Air China 80.3%

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19. Qantas Airways 79.9%

20. LAN Airlines 78.7%

21. Jetstar 78.3%

22. Virgin Atlantic Airways 78.1%

23. Vietnam Airlines 76.7%

24. Emirates 76.7%

25. Tigerair 76.5%

26. China Airlines 76.2%

27. Xiamen Airlines 76.1%

28. Jetstar Asia 76.0%

29. Asiana Airlines 75.9%

30. Virgin Australia 75.8%

31. Hawaiian Airlines 75.5%

32. AirAsia X 75.1%

33. Air Caledonie International 74.7%

34. Scoot 74.5%

35. Air Caledonie 74.1%

36. Garuda Indonesia 73.0%

37. Silk Air 72.9%

38. South African Airways 72.9%

39. Indonesia AirAsia 72.9%

40. Air India 72.1%

41. Air Mauritius 72.0%

42. Malaysia Airlines 71.8%

43. Thai Airways International 70.0%

44. Royal Brunei Airlines 69.1%

45. Sichuan Airlines 68.4%

46. Indonesia AirAsia Extra 67.4%

47. Malindo Air 63.6%

48. Air Vanuatu 62.3%

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49. Philippine Airlines 60.1%

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50. Cebu Pacific Air 59.5%

51. Air Niugini 54.1%

Source: finder.com.au, bitre.gov.au.

Cebu Pacific Needs M/F Cabin Crew


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May 6 (MANILA) – 5th Floor Activity Area, Cebu Pacific Building, Pasay City

May 13 (CAGAYAN DE ORO) – Malberry Suites Business Hotel, Limketkai, Cagayan de Oro City

May 14 (PAGADIAN) – Hotel Guillermo

  • Bring CV with 2X2 photo & be in full business attire.
  • Male (5’7″), Female (5’3″) – shoes off
  • Walk-in application starts at 0900H.

5J Cancels Flights Due to Radar Repair


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The following are the affected flights from March 6 to 10, 2017.

March 6, 2017 (Monday)

Cebu Pacific

  • 5J487/488    Manila–Bacolod–Manila
  • 5J397/398    Manila–Cagayan de Oro–Manila
  • 5J885/886    Manila–Cotabato–Manila
  • 5J953/954    Manila–Davao–Manila
  • 5J997/998    Manila–Gensan–Manila
  • 5J457/458    Manila–Iloilo–Manila
  • 5J339/340    Manila–Kalibo–Manila
  • 5J325/326    Manila–Legazpi–Manila
  • 5J639/640    Manila–Puerto Princesa–Manila
  • 5J855/856    Manila–Zamboanga–Manila
  • 5J857/858    Manila–Zamboanga–Manila

Cebgo

  • DG6245/6246    Manila–Caticlan–Manila
  • DG6026/6027     Manila–Cauayan–Manila
  • DG6317/6318    Manila–Kalibo–Manila
  • DG6323/6324    Manila–Kalibo–Manila
  • DG6193/6194     Manila–Legazpi–Manila
  • DG6195/6196     Manila–Legazpi–Manila
  • DG6117/6118     Manila–Naga– Manila

March 7, 2017 (Tuesday)

Cebu Pacific

  • 5J483/484    Manila–Bacolod–Manila
  • 5J487/488    Manila–Bacolod–Manila
  • 5J379/380    Manila–Cagayan de Oro–Manila
  • 5J397/398    Manila–Cagayan de Oro–Manila
  • 5J399/400    Manila–Cagayan de Oro–Manila
  • 5J567/568    Manila–Cebu–Manila
  • 5J572/571    Cebu–Manila–Cebu
  • 5J891/892    Manila–Caticlan–Manila
  • 5J339/340    Manila–Kalibo–Manila
  • 5J327/328    Manila–Legazpi–Manila
  • 5J639/640    Manila–Puerto Princesa–Manila
  • 5J617/618    Manila–Tagbilaran–Manila
  • 5J506/507    Manila–Tuguegarao–Manila

Cebgo

  • DG6245/6246    Manila–Caticlan–Manila
  • DG6024/6025    Manila–Cauayan–Manila
  • DG6026/6027    Manila–Cauayan–Manila
  • DG6317/6318    Manila–Kalibo–Manila
  • DG6323/6324    Manila–Kalibo–Manila
  • DG6195/6196    Manila–Legazpi–Manila
  • DG6113/6114    Manila–Naga–Manila
  • DG6117/6118    Manila–Naga–Manila

March 8, 2017 (Wednesday)

Cebu Pacific

  • 5J483/484    Manila–Bacolod–Manila
  • 5J485/486    Manila–Bacolod–Manila
  • 5J487/488    Manila–Bacolod–Manila
  • 5J555/578    Manila–Cebu–Manila
  • 5J565/566    Manila–Cebu–Manila
  • 5J977/978    Manila–Davao–Manila
  • 5J995/996    Manila–Gensan–Manila
  • 5J339/340    Manila–Kalibo–Manila
  • 5J639/640    Manila–Puerto Princesa–Manila
  • 5J649/650    Manila–Tacloban–Manila
  • 5J855/856    Manila–Zamboanga–Manila

Cebgo

  • DG6245/6246    Manila–Caticlan–Manila
  • DG6024/6025    Manila–Cauayan–Manila
  • DG6317/6318    Manila–Kalibo–Manila
  • DG6323/6324    Manila–Kalibo–Manila
  • DG6193/6194    Manila–Legazpi–Manila
  • DG6195/6196    Manila–Legazpi–Manila
  • DG6111/6112    Manila–Naga–Manila
  • DG6113/6114    Manila–Naga–Manila

March 9, 2017 (Thursday)

Cebu Pacific

  • 5J481/482    Manila–Bacolod–Manila
  • 5J483/484    Manila–Bacolod–Manila
  • 5J397/398    Manila–Cagayan de Oro–Manila
  • 5J565/566    Manila–Cebu–Manila
  • 5J647/648    Manila–Puerto Princesa–Manila
  • 5J649/650    Manila–Tacloban–Manila
  • 5J617/618    Manila–Tagbilaran–Manila
  • 5J506/507    Manila–Tuguegarao–Manila
  • 5J853/854    Manila–Zamboanga–Manila

Cebgo

  • DG6245/6246    Manila–Caticlan–Manila
  • DG6026/6027    Manila–Cauayan–Manila
  • DG6323/6324    Manila–Kalibo–Manila
  • DG6193/6194    Manila–Legazpi–Manila
  • DG6195/6196    Manila–Legazpi–Manila
  • DG6113/6114    Manila–Naga–Manila
  • DG6117/6118    Manila–Naga–Manila

March 10, 2017 (Friday)

Cebu Pacific

  • 5J483/484    Manila–Bacolod–Manila
  • 5J487/488    Manila–Bacolod–Manila
  • 5J383/384    Manila–Cagayan de Oro–Manila
  • 5J391/392    Manila–Cagayan de Oro–Manila
  • 5J969/972    Manila–Davao–Manila
  • 5J977/978    Manila–Davao–Manila
  • 5J627/628    Manila–Dumaguete–Manila
  • 5J445/446    Manila–Iloilo–Manila
  • 5J457/458    Manila–Iloilo–Manila
  • 5J339/340    Manila–Kalibo–Manila
  • 5J635/636    Manila–Puerto Princesa–Manila
  • 5J639/640    Manila–Puerto Princesa–Manila
  • 5J649/650    Manila–Tacloban–Manila
  • 5J855/856    Manila–Zamboanga–Manila
  • 5J859/860    Manila–Zamboanga–Manila

Cebgo

  • DG6245/6246    Manila–Caticlan–Manila
  • DG6024/6025    Manila–Cauayan–Manila
  • DG6026/6027    Manila–Cauayan–Manila
  • DG6317/6318    Manila–Kalibo–Manila
  • DG6323/6324    Manila–Kalibo–Manila
  • DG6195/6196    Manila–Legazpi–Manila
  • DG6111/6112    Manila–Naga–Manila
  • DG6117/6118    Manila–Naga–Manila

 

CEB Flew 19.1 Million Passengers in 2016


The Philippines’ largest low cost carrier flew 19.1 million passengers in 2016, 4% increase from its 2015 record.

CEB also set a new record for the most number of passengers flown on a single day, 64,684, last Dec. 27, 2016 beating its 3 January 2016 record.

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“This significant increase in number only shows our firm commitment in trafficking trade and tourism in all the destinations we operate in, while at the same time enabling everyJuan to connect with their families and friends all around the world,” Mantaring said.

In total, Cebu Pacific and subsidiary Cebgo carried a total 19.13 million passengers last year, four percent higher than the 18.38 million passengers served in 2015.

The higher passenger volume was largely driven by the airline’s low-cost short-haul services, and increased frequencies in key domestic markets.

Cebu Pacific saw passenger growth in international destinations such as Beijing, Shanghai and Xiamen in China, Taiwan (Taipei), and Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh in Vietnam.

CEB Collaborates with DBM on discounted fares for gov’t employees


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The Philippines’ leading airline, Cebu Pacific (PSE: CEB) today signed a Government Fares Agreement (GFA) with the Procurement Service, an attached agency of the Department of Budget and Management (DBM) headed by Secretary Benjamin E. Diokno. This Procurement Service administers the Philippine Government Electronic Procurement System (PhilGEPS), the agreement that entitles government employees discounted fares on official business trips.

The DBM Procurement Service, through PhilGEPS, intends to centralize the air ticket purchase of government agencies, which is noted as one of the most needed items in the government’s procurement operations.

Under the said agreement, all official travels of government workers will be granted discount and waiver of processing fee along with fees for rebooking.

“With this partnership, government offices can purchase airline tickets faster and easier, as CEB is now part of their system of suppliers. We are pleased to contribute to this initiative, making air travel more convenient and accessible to our workforce in the government. We are looking forward to flying more government employees as this will also cultivate financial and economic growth of the different regions and provinces in the Philippines,” said Lance Gokongwei, President and CEO of Cebu Pacific.

“This agreement promotes fair and open competition among the major airlines towards the best value for money for government agencies,” said DBM Sec. Benjamin Diokno.

“This is a huge step into our goal of getting the highest value for the hard-earned money of our Filipino taxpayers,” he added.

CEB currently offers flights to a total of 36 domestic and 30 international destinations, operating an extensive network across Asia, Australia, the Middle East, and USA. Its 58-strong fleet is comprised of six Airbus A319, 36 Airbus A320, six Airbus A330, eight ATR 72-500, and two ATR 72-600 aircraft. Between 2016 and 2021, CEB expects delivery of two more brand-new Airbus A330, 32 Airbus A321neo, and 14 ATR 72-600 aircraft.

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