Cebu’s int’l flights from T2

Charo Lag­a­mon, Cebu Pa­cific Air’s Di­rec­tor, Cor­po­rate Com­mu­ni­ca­tions, talks about the shift in the air­line’s in­ter­na­tional flights to Mac­tan-Cebu In­ter­na­tional Air­port’s new ter­mi­nal.

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What was the rea­son be­hind the shift to Ter­mi­nal 2? All the in­ter­na­tional flights have been moved to the new ter­mi­nal, in keep­ing with the growth plans of the Mac­tan-Cebu In­ter­na­tional Air­port (MCIA). As the largest air­line part­ner of the MCIA, Cebu Pa­cific pro­vides great sup­port to the growth of Cebu as an in­ter­na­tional hub, es­pe­cially be­cause of its un­par­al­leled do­mes­tic net­work to and from the best tourist des­ti­na­tions within the coun­try. How many pas­sen­gers does it serve cur­rently? The new ter­mi­nal is look­ing to serve 4.5 mil­lion pas­sen­gers per year, in­creas­ing the air­port’s ca­pac­ity to serve at least 12.5 mil­lion pas­sen­gers per year. In 2017, Mac­tan-Cebu In­ter­na­tional Air­port served 10 mil­lion pas­sen­gers. What are the ser­vices of­fered at the ter­mi­nal? Aside from a show­case of Filipino cre­ativ­ity and hos­pi­tal­ity through its ar­chi­tec­tural de­signs, pas­sen­gers can catch a glimpse of the Ce­buano cul­ture through the ter­mi­nal’s de­sign. T2 has a va­ri­ety of food, bev­er­age and re­tail op­tions as well as lounge ameni­ties in­clud­ing The Spa. How many vis­i­tors does this air­port re­ceive from all over the world? The MCIA is the sec­ond largest air­port in the Philip­pines. In 2017, MCIA served 10 mil­lion pas­sen­gers. With the open­ing of T2, it is ex­pected to serve a min­i­mum of 12.5 mil­lion pas­sen­gers in a year.

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