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Cebu Pacific's Cebgo to resume operations at NAIA Terminal 4

Aviation Updates Philippines – With the resumption of more flights, Philippine budget carrier Cebu Pacific's brand Cebgo will resume flights from Terminal 4 at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport NAIA) before the end of the month.  

Image: Cebgo ATR 72-600 (Credit: Cebu Pacific)

According to a release from Cebu Pacific, Cebgo flights will again depart from NAIA Terminal 4 starting March 28. The Cebgo flights that will be shifted back to Terminal 4 include DG coded flights to the following destinations: Boracay, Camiguin, Cebu, Coron, Kalibo, Legazpi, Masbate, Naga, San Jose, Siargao, Surigao, Tablas, Tuguegarao, and Virac.

Cebu Pacific's international and domestic flights with the 5J flight code will remain at NAIA Terminal 3. Customers are advised to check their flight itineraries before proceeding to their flight's departure terminal.

The move will see the return of the carrier at Terminal 4 after a two-year absence due to the COVID-19 pandemic. During the initial outbreak, Terminal 4 was closed in March 2020. Prior to the pandemic, it hosted flights operated by CebGo and AirAsia Philippines along with several smaller Philippine-based airlines such as AirSwift and Sky Jet.

Cebgo flight operations will join AirAsia Philippines which will also shift its domestic flight operations at Manila back to Terminal 4 on the same day. AirAsia Philippines' international flights to/from Manila will remain at Terminal 3.

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