Cebu Pacific Wins as One of the Best Low-Cost & Safest Airlines in the World

January 11, 2024

Cebu Pacific Wins as One of the Best Low-Cost & Safest Airlines in the World

Cebu Pacific, the top airline in the Philippines, has received recognition from international organizations for its excellence in being a low-cost airline, maintaining sustainable operations, and ensuring safety.

CEB has been named the top low-cost airline brand in the Philippines for 2023 by US-based publication, the World Economic Magazine. The magazine also acknowledged CEB as the most sustainable low-cost airline in the country.

CEB was recognized for its exceptional performance and commitment to ongoing development, along with eight other Philippine companies and various global organizations.

CEB was acknowledged by as one of the safest low-cost airlines worldwide for 2024. is a popular website that evaluates airlines based on their safety and product ratings. They analyze an airline's incident history, audit results from the International Civil Aviation Organization, and the age of their fleet, among other criteria.

CEB was previously given a flawless 7-star rating by for its comprehensive safety measures during the pandemic.

CEB CEO Michael Szucs expressed his gratitude for being recognized as one of the leading low-cost carriers globally, particularly for their excellent safety records and efficient safety management systems.

The speaker acknowledges that Cebu Pacific has become highly reputable in the industry and is known for providing safe, affordable, and accessible flights. They are motivated by these achievements to maintain a high level of performance.

Over time, CEB has effectively introduced a cost-effective business strategy to target customers on a budget, making air travel more affordable and available to a broader audience.

CEB is known for its cost-efficient operations and environmentally friendly initiatives. In a significant milestone, Cebu Pacific conducted its inaugural passenger flight using sustainable aviation fuel (SAF), becoming the first low-cost carrier in Southeast Asia and the first Philippine airline to adopt SAF in its commercial operations.

CEB was recognized by the Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation (CAPA) as the Airline / Airline Group of the Year in terms of sustainability efforts and performance in the regional aviation sector.

Cebu Pacific plans to have a fleet consisting entirely of NEO aircraft by 2028 and intends to incorporate the use of blended SAF across its entire commercial network by 2030.

CEB offers flights to 35 domestic destinations and 25 international destinations in Asia, Australia, and the Middle East. For additional details, please visit their website at

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