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Article:Cebu Pacific
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[[File:Ceb.png|thumb|left|200px|Ceb, Cebu Pacific's Mascot]]
 
[[File:Ceb.png|thumb|left|200px|Ceb, Cebu Pacific's Mascot]]
   
The airline was established on August 26, 1988, and started operations on March 8, 1996. Republic Act No. 7151, which grants franchise to Cebu Air, Inc. was approved on August 30, 1991. Cebu Air, Inc. was subsequently acquired by JG Summit Holdings (owned by [[John Gokongwei]]). Domestic services commenced following market deregulation by the Philippine government. It temporarily ceased operations in February 1998 after being grounded by the government due to an [[Cebu Pacific Flight 387|accident]], but resumed services later the next month following re-certification of its aircraft.<ref name="FI"/> It initially started with 24 domestic flights daily among [[Metro Manila]], [[Metro Cebu]] and [[Metro Davao]]. By the end of 2001, its operations had grown to about 80 daily flights to 18 domestic destinations.
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PUTANG INA! The airline was established on August 26, 1988, and started operations on March 8, 1996. Republic Act No. 7151, which grants franchise to Cebu Air, Inc. was approved on August 30, 1991. Cebu Air, Inc. was subsequently acquired by JG Summit Holdings (owned by [[John Gokongwei]]). Domestic services commenced following market deregulation by the Philippine government. It temporarily ceased operations in February 1998 after being grounded by the government due to an [[Cebu Pacific Flight 387|accident]], but resumed services later the next month following re-certification of its aircraft.<ref name="FI"/> It initially started with 24 domestic flights daily among [[Metro Manila]], [[Metro Cebu]] and [[Metro Davao]]. By the end of 2001, its operations had grown to about 80 daily flights to 18 domestic destinations.
   
 
In the 2000s, Cebu Pacific was granted rights to operate international flights to the region, including [[Malaysia]], [[Indonesia]], [[Singapore]], [[Thailand]], [[South Korea]], [[Hong Kong]], and [[Guam]]. International flights were launched on November 22, 2001, with a twice-daily service to Hong Kong.<ref>[http://www.cebupacificair.com/aboutus/press/2001/2001-11-22.html ''Cebu Pacific Flies to Hongkong'']</ref> On March 1, 2002, it commenced thrice-weekly flights to [[Seoul]].<ref>[http://www.cebupacificair.com/aboutus/press/2002/2002-03-02.htm '' Cebu Pacific takes off for Seoul'']</ref> Other regional flights were introduced and suspended later; however, including flights to Singapore (from November 6, 2002, to January 2003) and from Manila via [[Subic Bay International Airport|Subic]] to Seoul (from December 2002) due in part to the effects of the [[SARS]] epidemic.<ref>{{Cite journal
 
In the 2000s, Cebu Pacific was granted rights to operate international flights to the region, including [[Malaysia]], [[Indonesia]], [[Singapore]], [[Thailand]], [[South Korea]], [[Hong Kong]], and [[Guam]]. International flights were launched on November 22, 2001, with a twice-daily service to Hong Kong.<ref>[http://www.cebupacificair.com/aboutus/press/2001/2001-11-22.html ''Cebu Pacific Flies to Hongkong'']</ref> On March 1, 2002, it commenced thrice-weekly flights to [[Seoul]].<ref>[http://www.cebupacificair.com/aboutus/press/2002/2002-03-02.htm '' Cebu Pacific takes off for Seoul'']</ref> Other regional flights were introduced and suspended later; however, including flights to Singapore (from November 6, 2002, to January 2003) and from Manila via [[Subic Bay International Airport|Subic]] to Seoul (from December 2002) due in part to the effects of the [[SARS]] epidemic.<ref>{{Cite journal
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