December 4, 2023

セブパシフィック航空 明るい見通し






Cebu Pacific sees brighter Q4 on back of domestic tourism, bats for removing arrivals cap

MANILA – Cebu Pacific is expecting to reach at least 38 percent of its pre-pandemic operating capacity in the fourth quarter driven mainly by domestic travel, its official said Thursday.

Domestic travel is likely to boost the recovery following the Department of Tourism’s campaign to promote leisure travel in several islands in the country, Cebu Pacific vice president for Marketing and Customer Experience Candice Iyog told reporters in a virtual briefing.

“We expect to fly 38 percent of pre-COVID capacity… based on what we know today,” Iyog said.

“Domestic tourism is actually the one leading the recovery process for us. We’re doing everything we can to support this,” she added.

To do this, the airline said it would increase flight frequencies in select island destinations including Bohol, Boracay, Siargao and Coron.


Bora – 5x daily
Bohol – 10x weekly
Siargo -6x weekly
Coron – daily by October
Tourism Secretary Bernadette Romulo-Puyat earlier said at least 51.4 percent of tourism workers in the country were fully vaccinated.

International arrivals have yet to add to the aviation sector’s recovery numbers due to the 2,000 limit in arrivals which has to be shared by all.

Cebu Pacific is currently flying to 9 international destinations with frequencies set to further increase in October.