Cebu Pacific said it will close 2019 as the largest carrier in terms of capacity at the Clark International Airport, as well as the Busuanga and Puerto Princesa airports in Palawan.
The increases in capacity share comes following the commencement of direct commercial service between Clark and Guangzhou, China; Clark and Puerto Princesa; and between Puerto Princesa and Hong Kong.
By end-2019, Cebu Pacific said it will hold 28 percent capacity share at the Clark International Airport where it has been continuously operating flights in and out of t since 2006. From Clark, Cebu Pacific operates 190 flights weekly to Bacolod, Bohol, Caticlan (Boracay), Cebu, Davao, Iloilo, Puerto Princesa, Guangzhou, Hong Kong, Macau, Narita (Tokyo) and Singapore.
Over the past 12 months, capacity growth in Clark hit over 90 percent/
Cebu Pacific said it will cap 2019 with a 46 percent total capacity share in Puerto Princesa, the main gateway to Palawan, and the Busuanga Airport whre operates 190 flights weekly to and from Palawan, equivalent to over 1.1 million seats.
Aside from Hong Kong and Clark, Cebu Pacific has direct flights to Manila, Iloilo and Cebu from Puerto Princesa. From the Busuanga Airport on the other hand, Cebu Pacific operates direct flights to Manila and Cebu.
As of end-September 2019, Cebu Pacific ramped-up capacity by 23 percent, totaling 19 million seats. The carrier flew close to 16 million passengers on 121 routes with more than 2,600 weekly flights.