Cebu Pacific, a low-cost airline, aims to boost its international capacity by 63% of its pre-pandemic level, according to a statement made on Tuesday.
The airline aims to expand its worldwide presence and anticipates ending the year with a minimum of 700,000 additional international seats compared to the 2022 level.
“We at Cebu Pacific value creating unforgettable first experiences. Thus, we express our gratitude to all our passengers who have selected us as their first choice for international travel throughout the years,” stated Candice A. Iyog, Cebu Pacific’s marketing and customer experience officer.
Currently, the airline offers flights to 25 different locations abroad. Their latest addition is a route to Da Nang, Vietnam, which is scheduled to begin on December 7th.
Cebu Pacific said it had accepted 12 aircraft deliveries in line with its expansion targets.
The company also stated that it expects to acquire seven additional aircraft by the end of the year in order to meet the growing demand for air travel and improve its operational flexibility.
The growth of Cebu Pacific will enable the company to maintain affordable travel choices throughout its routes.
At the moment, Cebu Pacific travels to 35 local locations in key cities and provinces in the Philippines, in addition to its global routes.