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Posted on September 12, 2011 10:16:57 PM
Four new airplanes readied for Cebu Pacific expansion

FOUR NEW aircraft are set to be delivered to Cebu Pacific starting this month until the end of the year, as the carrier will be expanding operations of its domestic flights, the budget carrier said in a statement yesterday.

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Cebu Pacific increases flights to popular destinations

MANILA, Philippines - Cebu Pacific will be increasing its flights to popular international destinations such as Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Beijing, Brunei and Bangkok starting January 2012.

"We are going to double daily our KL (Kuala Lumpur) flights. Double daily as well in Bangkok. We are adding a lot of more frequency to Davao and more popular routes for both domestic and foreign," said the airline's president Lance Gokongwei in a recent interview.

The airline currently has daily flights to Bangkok, but will have 10 flights a week starting January 2012, according to its vice president for marketing and distribution Candice Iyog.

Cebu Pacific already has 10 flights a week for Kuala Lumpur, but this will increase this to twice daily flights starting January 8, 2012.

"We are expanding where there is demand," added Gokongwei.

Cebu Pacific will take delivery of four more brand-new Airbus A320 aircraft from October to January.

Starting January 7, there will be 4 weekly flights between Manila and Brunei, up from the current 3. There will be 35 weekly flights between Manila and Singapore, from the current 32, and 4 flights between Manila and Beijing every week, from the current 3.

With the brand new Airbus A320, there will be additional seats on the Manila-Ho Chi Minh routes, as well as the Manila-Bangkok routes.

Gokongwei said the airline is looking to resume flights to Hanoi, Vietnam. "We are looking to go back to Hanoi," said Gokongwei, when asked about the air talks held between the Philippines and Vietnam.

Last September 14, the Philippines sealed an amended air services agreement (ASA) with Vietnam. From 2,000 weekly seats, both countries agreed to increase to 650 more seats between Manila to Ho Chi Minh.

"We would love to add more flights to Ho Chi Minh and go back to Hanoi," Gokongwei said.

Cebu Pacific stopped flying to Hanoi in 2008.

Source: abs-cbnnews.com

Cebu Pacific to invest P3.5 billion on new aircraft
By Ma. Elisa P. Osorio (The Philippine Star) Updated October 10, 2011 12:00 AM Comments (0)

MANILA, Philippines - Gokongwei-led Cebu Air Inc. (CAI) will be investing P3.5 billion for the purchase of two airplanes and the lease of another two which will be used before the end of the year either for domestic or international flights.

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Passenger volumes rise

BUDGET CARRIER Cebu Pacific yesterday reported a 12% rise in passenger volumes for the third quarter over year-ago levels. The airline said it flew 2.8 million from July to September versus 2.5 million in the same period last year. The carrier attributed the increase to low fares and its continuous expansion. The latest figures brings the year-to-date tally to 8.7 million, prompting Cebu Pacific to say it is on track to hitting the 12-million target by yearend. “We expect these figures to surge further upward with long holidays, more flights and four new Airbus A320 aircraft that enter into service in the 4th quarter of this year,” Candice A. Iyog, vice-president for marketing and distribution, said in the statement.

Int'l routes boost Cebu Pacific passenger load
By Mary Ann Ll. Reyes (The Philippine Star) Updated October 19, 2011 12:00 AM Comments (0) View comments

MANILA, Philippines - Cebu Pacific (CEB) carried almost 2.8 million passengers during the third quarter of 2011, with a system-wide 84-percent load factor.

From January to September, CEB had already flown over 8.7 million passengers, keeping it on track of its 12-million target for 2011.

CEB posted a 12-percent system-wide year-on-year growth in the third quarter of 2011, largely due to a 22-percent increase in the number of international passengers. The airline’s domestic passengers also increased with an 85 percent load factor in the third quarter, compared to 83 percent the same period in 2010, even if July to September are considered lean travel months in the Philippines.

The airline flew almost 660,000 international and more than 2.13 million domestic passengers in the third quarter of 2011, compared to almost 2.5 million passengers during the same period last year.

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Cebu Pacific says Asean passengers up a third
Published : Saturday, October 29, 2011 00:00
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Written by : Darwin G. Amojelar

THE operator of Cebu Pacific on Friday said the number of passengers it carried between Philippine and Asean destinations grew by a third in the third quarter of the year.
In a statement, Cebu Air Inc. said it flew close to 286,000 passengers to and from Asean destinations in the July to September period, a 30 percent growth from last year. The load factor averaged at 81 percent.

“There are 10 member states in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, and we look forward to expanding Cebu Pacific’s network further in this region. We believe our neighboring Southeast Asian countries can benefit greatly from direct access and additional connectivity to the Philippines, especially with our trademark low fares,” Candice Iyog, CEB vice president for marketing and distribution said.

The airline took delivery of a brand-new Airbus A320 on October 26, and will take delivery of another in December. This provides additional capacity for network, flight and route expansion.


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Cebu Pacific to start flights to Hanoi in March
Posted at 11/02/2011 4:23 PM | Updated as of 11/02/2011 6:34 PM

MANILA, Philippines - Cebu Pacific is launching its flights to Hanoi on March 17, 2012, making it the only airline flying from Manila to the Vietnam capital.

Cebu Pacific will fly from Manila to Hanoi twice a week. The plane departs Manila at 10:30 p.m. on Tuesdays and Saturdays and arrives in Hanoi at 12:30 a.m. the next day. Return flights will leave Hanoi at 1 a.m. every Wednesday and Sunday, and arrive in Manila at 5 a.m.

The announcement comes on the heels of Vietnam President Truong Tan Sang's state visit to the Philippines last week.

"He wished then for more direct flights between Manila and Hanoi. Cebu Pacific is more than happy to oblige, to further promote trade and tourism between our two countries,” Candice Iyog, CEB vice president for marketing and distribution.

To celebrate the launch of the Manila-Hanoi flights, Cebu Pacific is offering an introductory P888 seat sale from November 3 to 7, for travel from March 17 to May 31, 2012. This is lower than regular year-round fares starting at P2,499.


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