Cebgo is a low-cost airline that offers domestic flights throughout the Philippines and is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Cebu Pacific.. The airline offers flights to more than 30 destinations and is based at Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL), Manilla from where it operates all of its flight from Terminal 4. The airline has a secondary hub at Mactan-Cebu International Airport (CEB). Cebgo's original hub airport was at Clark International Airport (CRK). For years, it was the only airline flying from Clark Airport. However, in the early 2010s, Cebgo changed its switched to Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL) and no longer flies to/from Clark International Airport (CRK).
The airline was established in 1995 under the name South East Asian Airlines (SEAir) and began flying in the same year. In 2012, the Tiger Airways Group part-acquired the airline and rebranded it as Tigerair Philippines. The airline operated flights as Tigerair Philippines for just two years, until it was bought by Cebu Pacific in 2014. Cebu Pacific rebranded the airline as Cebgo in 2015, which is the name and brand that it flies under today.
Cebgo flies to over 30 destinations within the Philippines, including destinations such as Boracay, Cebu, Davao, General Santos, Kalibo, Manila, Naga, Pagadian, Zamboanga City and more.
|Bacolod||Western Visayas||Bacolod International Airport (BCD)|
|Batanes||Cagayan Valley||Basco Airport (BSO)|
|Bohol||Central Visayas||Bohol-Panglao International Airport (TAG)|
|Boracay||Western Visayas||Godofredo P. Ramos Airport (MPH)|
|Busuanga||Mimaropa||Francisco B. Reyes Airport (DVO)|
|Butuan||Caraga||Bancasi Airport (BXU)|
|Cagayan de Oro||Northern Mindanao||Laguindingan Airport (CGY)|
|Calbayog||Eastern Visayas||Calbayog Airport (CYP)|
|Camiguin||Northern Mindanao||Camiguin Airport (CGM)|
|Cebu||Central Visayas||Mactan-Cebu International Airport (CEB)|
|Cotabato||Bangsamoro||Cotabato Airport (CBO)|
|Davao||Davao Region||Francisco Bangoy International Airport (DVO)|
|Dipolog||Zamboanga Region||Dipolog Airport (DPL)|
|Dumaguete||Central Visayas||Sibulan Airport (DGT)|
|General Santos||Soccksargen||General Santos International Airport (GES)|
|Iloilo||Western Visayas||Iloilo International Airport (ILO)|
|Kalibo||Western Visayas||Kalibo International Airport (KLO)|
|Legazpi||Bicol Region||Legazpi Airport (LGP)|
|Manila||NCR||Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL)|
|Marinduque Island||Mimaropa||Marinduque Airport (MRQ)|
|Masbate||Bicol Region||Moises R. Espinosa Airport (MBT)|
|Naga||Bicol Region||Naga Airport (WNP)|
|Ozamiz||Northern Mindanao||Labo Airport (OZC)|
|Pagadian||Zamboanga Region||Pagadian Airport (PAG)|
|Siargao||Caraga||Sayak Airport (IAO)|
|Tablas||Mimaropa||Tugdan Airport (TBH)|
|Tacloban||Eastern Visayas||Daniel Z Romualdez Airport (TAC)|
|Tawi-Tawi||Bangsamoro||Tawi-Tawi Airport (TWT)|
|Zamboanga City||Zamboanga Region||Zamboanga International Airport (ZAM)|
Every passenger on Cebgo flights is entitled to one carry-on or cabin baggage, with a maximum weight of 7kg.
Maximum dimensions for carry on baggage is 56cm x 35cm x 20cm for ATR flights.
Cebgo's checked baggage allowance differs depending on the ticket type that you purchase.
Fly Only doesn't include a checked baggage allowance and allows you to only fly with carry-on baggage.
Fly + Baggage allows a free checked baggage allowance of up to 20kg.
Fly + Baggage + Meal allows a free checked baggage allowance of up to 20kg.
Economy Class is the only cabin class offered on Cebgo flights. The cabin offers a comfortable and clean cabin with no-frills low-cost service. Once in-flight, food and drink are available to buy from the airline's friendly cabin crew.
As the airline only operates short-haul flights with short journey times, there's no meal service on Cebgo flights. However, passengers can purchase a range of food and drinks once airborne, this includes a choice of cold and hot drinks, as well as a selection of sandwiches and other light snacks.
There's no in-flight entertainment system onboard Cebgo flights. However, passengers can enjoy reading material from the airlines' in-flight magazine.
Currently, Cebgo doesn't offer WIFI on any of its flights.
As Cebgo is owned by airline Cebu Pacific, passengers can check-in online for their Cebgo flights via the Cebu Pacific check-in page. Online check-in closes one hour before scheduled flight departure time.
If a passenger cannot or doesn't want to check-in online, they must check-in at the airport. Airport check-in closes 45 minutes before scheduled flight departure time and can be completed by visiting one of the airline check-in agents at the check-in counter.
Cebgo shares the same frequent flyer program as its parent airlines, Cebu Pacific. The frequent flyer program is called GetGo and allows you to earn points that you can spend on Cebgo or Cebu Pacific flights.
For every P5 spent on Cebgo or Cebu Pacific flights, passengers will earn one GetGo point. GetGo points can also be earned by shopping with any of GetGo's affiliate partners.
GetGo members can also benefit from a range of member perks, which include discounts on select retail stores and hospitality services.
You can earn GetGo points when buying Cebgo flights through Alternative Airlines by selecting Getgo and adding your frequent flyer number on the passenger details section of the booking process.
Cebgo's fleet consists of entirely of regional jets manufactured by ATR. The airline currently has 14 different ATR models, with a mix of ATR72-500s and ATR72-600s.
Cebgo continues to modernise its fleet with the most popular regional aircraft to substantially expand its route network and frequencies across the archipelago and continues to support the growing Philippine economy.
Cebgo is a member of Value Alliance, which is the world's second-oldest airline alliance. Other members of the Value Alliance include:
These airlines work in unison to provide interline flights for passengers. This means that each airline can expand its reach by offering passengers a connecting flight from one of its partner airlines under on the same itinerary.
Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL), commonly known as Manila International Airport and also often abbreviated to NAIA, is a large international airport located in Manila, the Philippines. It's currently one of three airports in the to serve the Greater Manila area, along with Clark International Airport (CRK) and Subic Bay International Airport (SFS).
This airport acts as a hub for not only Cebgo and Cebu Pacific but other airlines such as Air Juan, PAL Express, AirSWIFT, Royal Star Aviation, Philippine Airlines, Skyjet Air and Philippines AirAsia. In addition, a number of other airlines operate services to and from this airport, including Asiana Airlines, Ethiopian Airlines and Jetstar Japan.
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