Cebu Pacific receives first aircraft delivery of 2024

Low-cost carrier Cebu Pacific Air recently received its first aircraft delivery for the year, an Airbus A320-214. This addition bolsters the airline's fleet and supports its growing network and ongoing expansion.

In-hangar photo of the newest addition to Cebu Pacific's fleet, RP-C4330. Handout photo from Cebu Pacific.

The Airbus A320ceo (registration RP-C4330) arrived at Manila's Ninoy Aquino International Airport on February 9th from Chengdu, China.

Previously operated by Chengdu Airlines, the aircraft is 12.1 years old (MSN 5003) and has been leased from China Aircraft Leasing Group Holdings Limited.

The low-cost carrier plans to receive a total of 17 additional aircraft deliveries throughout 2024.

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Xander Lao, Cebu Pacific President and Chief Commercial Office, said:

This aircraft delivery is aligned with our commitment to provide safe, accessible, and affordable flights for every Juan. We are excited to fly even more passengers to their chosen destinations this year made possible by our growing domestic and international network and ongoing fleet expansion efforts.

The airline intends to expand its fleet to 92 aircraft by the end of the year, solidifying its position as an airline with one of the youngest fleets in the world.

Cebu Pacific's current fleet includes Airbus A330s, Airbus A320s, Airbus A321s, and ATR turboprop aircraft, offering passengers a vast domestic network.