A low-cost airline based in the Philippines, Cebu Pacific is Asia’s oldest budget airline. Founded in 1988 and commencing operations in 1996, the airline operates primarily within Asia, but also services several destinations across Australia and the Middle East. Servicing dozens of destinations across the Philippines and beyond, Cebu Pacific’s network is extensive for its size.
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Cebu Pacific does not currently offer in-flight entertainment on their flights, however, a CEB WiFi Kit can be purchased prior to departure should passengers wish to travel with their own devices.
Meals are not included in Cebu Pacific’s base airfares but may be purchased either when booking or when in the air. The available selection differs between meal times but includes dishes such as sandwiches, pasta, beef adobo, and more. Light snacks and beverages are also available. All meals served by Cebu Pacific are Halal certified.
Cebu offers a selection of meals and snacks that can be purchased upon booking or when in the air.
Cebu Pacific only operates one flight class however travellers can choose different fare types that have a variation in baggage allowances.
Travellers can purchase a WiFi kit prior to departure to use their personal devices when in the air.
Cebu Pacific only operates one flight class. However, the airline does offer three different fare types: GO Basic which includes cabin baggage only; GO EASY which includes both cabin baggage and 20kg of prepaid checked baggage; and GO FLEXI which includes cabin baggage, 20kg of prepaid checked baggage and free flight cancellations.
Meals and checked baggage allowances are not included in Cebu Pacific’s base fare and must be purchased separately. Checked baggage allowances can be purchased in a variety of weights, including 20kg, 32kg and 40kg allowances.