Cebu Pacific seeks more Bangkok seats

Cebu Pacific has sought additional seat entitlements to China and Bangkok from the Civil Aeronautics Board.

The airline, owned by industrialist John Gokongwei, filed with the CAB for an additional allocation of 588 seat entitlements from Manila to Bangkok and vice versa under Article 1, Protocol 5 of Asean Multilateral Agreement on Air Services. 

The airline also filed for an additional allocation of 1,792 seat entitlements from Manila to Shanghai and vice versa under Protocol 1 of Asean-China Air TWransport Agreement. 

Data from the Tourism Department showed that visitors from Thailand reached 24,775 in the first half of the year, while China’s tourists stood at 340,958.

Topics: Cebu Pacific , China and Bangkok seat entitlements , Civil Aeronautics Board
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