Cebu Pacific saw record aircraft deliveries in 2023

A Cebu Pacific Airbus A321neo parked on the tarmac.
Photo Credit: Cebu Pacific

Cebu Pacific, the Philippines’ leading carrier, concluded 2023 on a resounding note, achieving a significant result in its fleet expansion plans, with the successful delivery of 19 aircraft and engines.

This strategic move aligns with the airline’s vision to enhance operational efficiency and meet the burgeoning demand for air travel across the archipelago.

2023: 19 Aircraft Deliveries

The crescendo of Cebu Pacific’s achievements in November and December resonates with the addition of two Airbus A330neo and a fleet comprising A321neo, A320neo, and A320ceo.

This influx propels CEB’s commercial fleet size to an impressive 77, solidifying its stance as a formidable player in the aviation industry.

Alex Reyes, CEB’s Chief Strategy Officer, expressed pride in this historic feat, stating, “Cebu Pacific achieved a historic milestone with a record number of aircraft deliveries this year.”

“These additions to our fleet not only bolster our capacity to fly more passengers but also underscore our commitment to ensure every Juan gets to fly to their destinations.”

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Cebu Pacific and Air Asia planes parked at Ninoy Aquino airport in the Philippines.
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To fortify its capacity further, CEB inked a significant damp lease agreement with Bulgaria Air on December 5.

This collaboration entails two Airbus 320 CEO aircraft, dedicated to servicing two pivotal domestic routes—Cebu and Davao. This strategic move aligns seamlessly with Cebu Pacific’s commitment to facilitating post-pandemic air travel recovery.

Cebu Pacific staff with a banner celebrating the first SAF powered flight from Japan to Manila.
Photo Credit: Cebu Pacific

Fleet Dynamics: Youngest Fleet in the World

CEB presently operates one of the youngest and most diverse fleets globally.

Comprising eight Airbus 330s, 35 Airbus 320s, 20 Airbus 321s, and 14 ATR turboprop aircraft, the fleet’s dynamic composition enables Cebu Pacific to boast the widest network coverage across the Philippine archipelago.

Beyond sheer numbers, Cebu Pacific’s commitment to maintaining one of the youngest fleets underlines its dedication to industry-leading standards.

The airline’s focus on innovation, fuel efficiency, and cutting-edge technology positions it as a trailblazer in the regional aviation sector.

A Glimpse into the Future

As we bid farewell to 2023, Cebu Pacific’s trajectory continues to ascend, with a forward-looking approach to meet evolving industry demands.

The airline’s strategic expansion not only bolsters its market presence but also underscores its pivotal role in shaping the future of Philippine air travel.

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Boasting the youngest fleet in the world, Cebu Pacific saw a record number of aircraft deliveries in 2023, with the receipt of 19 aircraft.
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