25 November 2014
Low Cost Carrier Cebu Pacific has announced today that it will fly Honululu thrice a week beginning June of next year using a mono-class all economy A330-300 service.
The airline said that there was delay in their plans expected to be March 2015 due to external factors outside their control.
Cebu Pacific intends to service the route with their sixth and final A330-300 scheduled for delivery on the first quarter of 2015. But regulatory approvals from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) encountered some delays in securing extended range twin-engine operations (ETOPS) certification for its A330 fleet.
Honolulu will be Cebu Pacific’s sixth long-haul destination after Dubai, Kuwait, Sydney, Dammam and Riyadh.