CEB fetes 100 millionth passenger
Cebu Pacific Air recently flew its 100 millionth passenger, Yelen Bontuyan, from Cebu to Manila, marking a major milestone in its 18-year airline history. As CEB’s 100 millionth guest, Yelen received P100,000 as well as 100 tickets to any domestic or international destination, during a special inflight announcement that took the place of the airline’s trademark Fun Games.The airline celebrated the milestone with the rest of the passengers on her flight, with each being given free round trip tickets to the domestic destination of their choice.
Qatar Airways’ plans to boost flights opposed by US airlines
New York– Qatar Airways on Monday said it plans to expand its services to the United States, in a move that rankled US airlines which accuse it of competing unfairly through state subsidies.
US airlines bring in more revenues from bag and reservation fees
United States airlines are earning billions, and they are collecting more in fees on checked bags and reservation changes.
Emirates to Revamp First-Class Cabins With Focus on Privacy
Emirates is overhauling its first-class cabins that will twin a sense of privacy with what the airline called a commercially reasonable price point, following the success of premium suites on the largest airliners.
CEB to add more flights to Australia
Cebu Pacific is keen on expanding its operations in Australia on the back of growing passenger traffic as it carried 13,875 passengers, more than any other carrier operating direct flights to Sydney from Manila in January, 2015.
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