Recently closed RFP:
Cebu Pacific: It's time everyone flies
Asia Pacific strategy RFP process launched exclusively through Route Exchange
Cebu Pacific Air, the fast-expanding Philippines-based low-cost carrier, has entered into a partnership with Routesonline, the online platform of UBM Aviation Routes, to utilise its Route Exchange product to support its short-haul network expansion across Asia and its growth into medium and long-haul markets.
The airline has formally launched a Request for Proposals (RFP) via Route Exchange and is working with Routesonline to open confidential discussions with airports to support the next stage of its network growth. With 52 additional short-haul aircraft, including new Airbus A320neos and up to eight widebodies on order, Cebu Pacific Air is seeking to gather data and proposals on the Southeast Asia, Japan, South Korea and Chinese markets for its short-haul equipment and the Middle East and Oceania for its A330-300s.
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