CEB Cancels Sandakan

 23 October 2017

Low cost carrier Cebu Pacific Air (CEB) has cancelled the 4x weekly services from Zamboanga-Sandakan-Zamboanga route citing poor sales to the proposed upcoming route slated to commence on October 29 despite one way promotional sales pegged at 1,119.00.

The airline said it was postponing the flight indefinitely without notice as to when it commence soon as it announced fare refunds for the said services.

“We apologize to all our partners, agents, suppliers, our stakeholders, and most importantly to all our guests who booked flights between Zamboanga and Sandakan for any inconvenience this postponement has caused. We had to make the difficult decision to postpone the launch of our Zamboanga-Sandakan service to give more time to work on operational details,” said Alexander Lao, president and CEO of Cebgo.

CEB was supposed to fly four times weekly to Sandakan every Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays on ATR72-500 aircraft which begins Sunday.

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