Cebu Pacific Transfers Cebgo Flights to NAIA 4

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Cebu Pacific has announced that Cebgo flights to and from Manila will be transferring to Terminal 4 of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA 4) beginning March 28, 2022.

With the transfer, Cebu Pacific will now have all of its domestic flights departing from and arriving at NAIA Terminal 4. Cebgo’s domestic flights currently operate out of NAIA Terminal 3. The transfer of Cebgo’s operations to NAIA Terminal 4 is in line with Cebu Pacific’s strategy to consolidate its flight operations in one terminal. This will provide passengers with a better and more seamless travel experience.

Cebgo Flights Naia 4
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The Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) believes that this will help decongest Terminal 3, where Cebu Pacific and its other subsidiary, Cebgo, are currently sharing operations.

CebGo Flights Naia Terminal 4

Cebu Pacific advises its passengers to take note of the following changes:

CebGo RouteCebGo Flight Number
Manila to BoracayDG 6241
DG 6243
DG 6247
Manila to CamiguinDG 6703
Manila to CebuDG 6503
DG 6505
Manila to CoronDG 6041
DG 6043
DG 6047
DG 6051
DG 6057
Manila to KaliboDG 6317
Manila to LegazpiDG 6189
DG 6191
DG 6193
DG 6195
DG 6197
Manila to MasbateDG 6177
DG 6179
Manila to NagaDG 6111
DG 6113
DG 6117
Manila to San JoseDG 6029
DG 6031
Manila to SiargaoDG 6839
DG 6841
Manila to SurigaoDG 6881
Manila to TablasDG 6073
Manila to TuguegaraoDG 6012
Manila to ViracDG 6163

Cebgo is Cebu Pacific’s wholly-owned subsidiary. It operates as a regional brand, providing low-cost services to destinations within the Philippines and across Southeast Asia. CebGo took over the routes and assets of SEAIR, Inc., which operated as South East Asian Airlines and Tigerair Philippines.

Cebu Pacific purchased SEAIR in 2013 and rebranded the company as Cebgo in 2016. Cebgo is now owned by JG Summit, the parent company of Cebu Pacific. The airline’s main base has been transferred from Clark International Airport in Angeles City to Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Metro Manila. Currently, Cebgo operates an all-ATR fleet, with a total of 15 in service.

Cebu Pacific and CebGo are pleased to announce that they are now able to provide email notifications to passengers regarding flight reminders and updates. Passengers are advised to update their contact details via in order to receive these notifications. In addition, EveryJuan is encouraged to check their flight itineraries before proceeding to their designated airport terminal.

For more information, passengers are urged to check the travel requirements, safety protocols, and frequently asked questions (FAQs) on the Cebu Pacific website: Alternatively, passengers may send a message via Charlie the chatbot on the Cebu Pacific website. The airline hopes that this will provide a more seamless travel experience for all its passengers.

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