BUDGET carrier Cebu Pacific (CEB) announced that beginning June 16, all Cebu Pacific and Cebgo domestic flights will be relocated to Terminal 1 from Terminal 2 at the Mactan Cebu International Airport (MCIA).
“Notifications have been sent to all affected passengers. Those who booked through a travel agent or any other third party are encouraged to update their contact details via CEB’s Manage Booking portal to receive e-mail notifications on flight reminders and updates,” Cebu Pacific said in an advisory on Tuesday.
The company also advised passengers to check travel requirements and safety protocols before going to the airport.
Last week, the carrier announced that it was adding more flights to Asian destinations as part of its international network expansion.
The airline, operated by Cebu Air, Inc., reported that its first quarter net loss widened to P7.61 billion from P7.30 billion in 2021.
Meanwhile, revenues increased by 148% to P6.71 billion from P2.71 billion, driven by a surge in passenger operations.
At the stock exchange on Tuesday, Cebu Air shares ended unchanged at P44.45 apiece.