Cebu Pacific Airlines Announced on Wednesday That It Has Restored Its Full Pre-pandemic Capacity, Just in Time for the Peak Travel Season.
MANILA – Cebu Pacific on Wednesday said it has restored 100 percent of its pre-pandemic capacity in time for the summer season.
The airline, which earlier this year reduced flights due to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, said it is now back to its regular schedule.
Cebu Pacific Airlines has announced that it has restored its full pre-pandemic capacity, just in time for the peak travel season. This is great news for travelers as they can now take advantage of more flights across the airline’s hubs in the Philippines.
Last month, Cebu Pacific resumed more direct flights from its Visayas and Mindanao hubs to Calbayog, Surigao, Puerto Princesa, and Legazpi from Cebu and to Bohol as well as Cagayan de Oro, Iloilo and Zamboanga from Davao. This means that passengers now have more options when flying to these destinations.
Enterprises also benefitted from increased cargo business, it added.
“We recently resumed more flights from our hubs in the Visayas and Mindanao, so locals there will no longer need to connect to Manila to fly to their favorite domestic destinations,” Cebu Pacific Chief Commercial Officer Xander Lao said.
Cebu Pacific’s resumption of full operations is timely as the country prepares to reopen its borders to foreign tourists. The airline is ready to accommodate the anticipated increase in travel demand once tourism activities resume.