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CEBU Pacific Air’s (CEB) full transfer of all its local and overseas operations to the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3 (NAIA 3) last Friday jump started international operations at the new terminal.

Built for 13 million international passengers annually, the terminal first opened its main hall last month — with limited local flights of CEB and Philippine Airlines low-budget brand PAL Express and Air Philippines — follo-wing almost six years of delay because of contract controversies and safety.

CEB’s first international flight last Friday was from Macau and its first departure, a Hong Kong-bound flight.

The carrier’s full transfer to NAIA 3 will bring 150 local and international flights, booked with about 19,000 passengers, daily. The move uproots 230 weekly flights to Asian cities from NAIA 1 and roughly 80% of domestic operations at the Manila Domestic Terminal.

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