Tigerair Philippines, a subsidiary of Cebu Pacific Air, now flies as Cebgo. Its new logo uses CEB colors, reflecting the airline’s relationship with its parent company.
Tigerair Philippines, a subsidiary of Cebu Pacific
Air, now flies as Cebgo. Its new logo uses CEB colors, reflecting the airline’s
relationship with its parent company.
“The new Cebgo brand clearly identifies us as part of
the CEB group, and streamlines our operations further. Cebgo will continue to
leverage on CEB’s distribution channels and network, and work together to serve
more guests,” said Michael Ivan Shau, Cebgo president and CEO.
Flight and ground crew will don Cebgo uniforms in a
few months’ time.
Cebgo continues to operate flights Ninoy Aquino
International Airport Terminal 4 and Clark International Airport. It flies to
16 destinations: Bacolod, Butuan, Cagayan de Oro, Clark, Cebu, Davao,
General Santos, Iloilo, Kalibo, Legazpi, Manila, Roxas, Puerto Princesa,
Tacloban, Tagbilaran, and Hong Kong.
Since CEB’s acquisition of Cebgo last March 2014, CEB
managed to quickly turn around the airline shaving off financial losses.
Cebgo has since then launched 10 new routes, offering
more options for the traveling public.
In 2014, Cebgo carried 1.3
million domestic passengers, compared to 970,000 in 2013.