Cebu Pacific (CEB), the Philippines’ leading carrier, is firmly in place for full recovery in 2023 and expects to restore 100% of its pre-COVID network and capacity in March, aided by its unbeatable seat sales, widest domestic network, and reinstatement of all its international destinations.
CEB, which has restored 92% of its pre-COVID capacity since December, will connect passengers to more places by increasing the frequencies to these international destinations:
The airline will also fully restore its flights to all its 25 international destinations in 14 countries by March 2023. Here are the newly resumed flights:
|Cebu Pacific President and Chief Commercial Officer Xander Lao proudly announces that the airline is close to pre-pandemic capacity at its "Let's Fly Every Juan" campaign launch.|
CEB, the first airline in the country to offer promo fares which allowed every kind of Juan to travel to their dream vacations, ensures the affordability of its air fare in 2023. It will remain true to its commitment from 27 years ago to make every Juan fly, by offering seat sales to encourage travel across its widest domestic and international network.
“We are excited to welcome more passengers onboard, especially now that we are back to easier times. We are proud to announce that Cebu Pacific has emerged stronger after nearly three years of pandemic, and that we are ready to give our customers a better flying experience. And so, we confidently say—‘Let’s Fly, Every Juan’.” ~Candice Iyog, Cebu Pacific Chief Marketing and Customer Experience Officer
CEB is offering a special seat sale from January 27 to 31, 2023, allowing every Juan to fly internationally for as low as PHP 499 one-way base fare. Select domestic destinations are on sale too – all with a travel period of June 01 to November 30, 2023.
|Fun in every flight. Cebu Pacific flight attendant Cyndle Teh brought the fun of the airline's signature in-flight games to the "Let's Fly Every Juan" campaign launch.|
To address passenger demand, CEB -- one of the few airlines in the world to accept aircraft deliveries during the pandemic -- will receive 10 brand new planes in 2023: three A320neo, three A321neo, and four A330neo.
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