Cebgo, a subsidiary of Cebu Pacific, launches domestic flights out of Clark (CRK) and Cebu (CEB).
CRK to Caticlan: daily starting 15 May.
CRK to Busuanga: every Mon-Wed-Fri starting 15 May.
CEB to Busuanga: every Mon-Wed-Fri starting 15 May.
CEB to Cotabato: every Tue-Thu-Sat-Sun starting 16 May
For bookings and inquiries, guests can visit http://www.cebupacificair.com or call the reservation hotlines (+632)7020-888 or (+6332)230-8888. The latest seat sales can be found on CEB’s official Twitter (@CebuPacificAir) and Facebook pages. Guests may also download the Cebu Pacific official mobile app on the App Store and Google Play.
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.
Cebgo, a subsidiary of Cebu Pacific Air, recently mounted daily flights from Cebu to Ormoc and Roxas and four times weekly service to Calbayog. These flights were simultaneously launched last 19 November 2016.
Cebu Pacific is hiring 100 MALE & FEMALE cabin crew
Cebu Pacific is hiring around 100 cabin crew to increase its in-flight service attendants to more than 1,800.
The job fairs:
Cebu Pacific Building in Pasay City on Sept. 3.
Iloilo Business Hotel in Iloilo City on Sept. 9.
Park Inn By Radisson Davao on September 24.
Mallberry Suites Business Hotel in Cagayan de Oro City on Sept. 30.
“Applicants must possess a dynamic personality, height of at least 5’3” for female, and 5’7” for male, weight that is proportional to height, clear complexion, good eyesight, and a catchy smile, among others,” the airline said.
Civil Aeronautics Board of the Philippines announced that international passenger traffic for the 1st quarter of 2016 reached 5.61 million in January to March, up from 5.34 million passengers in the same period last year. International carriers account for 2.65 million passengers while Philippine carriers flew 2.95 million international passengers.
Despite this modest growth, passenger traffic is still hampered by slot limitation at Ninoy Aquino International Airport, the country’s main gateway.
International Traffic (1st quarter of 2016)
Philippine Airlines – 1.55 million passengers (up from 1.46 million)
Cebu Pacific Air – 1.12 million passengers (from 837,942)
Philippines AirAsia – 222,330
PAL Express – 60,992
Domestic Traffic (1st quarter of 2016)
Cebu Pacific Air – 3.03 million passengers
PAL Express – 1.15 million passengers
Philippines AirAsia – 657,102 passengers
Philippine Airlines – 563,070 passengers
CebGo – 377,096 passengers
AirSwift – 33,515 passengers
Magnum Air – 30,191 passengers
CAB earlier reported a 12-percent increase in domestic passengers to 5.84 million in the first quarter from 5.23 million a year ago.
Cebgo, the Gokongwei-led budget carrier announced it will mount daily flights between Cebu to Ormoc, Cebu to Roxas and Cebu to Calbayog starting November 19, 2016.
Cebgo said the three routes will use ATR 72-500 aircraft.
“Cebu Pacific remains steadfast in providing the best connectivity options for passengers at lowest fare in the market. With the additional routes in and out of Cebu, the Queen City of the South, more guests can travel and visit scenic spots in the Visayas region. We will continue to expand our reach that will cater to our valued guests and boost trade and tourism agendas in the destinations that we operate in,” Paterno S. Mantaring, Jr., Cebu Pacific vice-president for corporate affairs, was quoted as saying in a statement.
The addition of the three new routes will bring to 25 the number of Cebu Pacific’s domestic routes from Cebu.
Aside from Cebu, the airline also operates flights out of its hubs in Manila, Davao, Clark, Kalibo, and Iloilo.