Cebgo, formerly known as SEAir, South East Asian Airlines and Tigerair Philippines, is a low-cost airline headquartered in Manila, Philippines. It is a subsidiary of JG Summit, the parent company of Cebu Pacific which operates the airline.
Cebgo operates flights from Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 4 and Clark International Airport. It flies to all the popular destinations in the Philippines: Bacolod, Butuan, Cagayan de Oro, Clark, Cebu, Davao, General Santos, Iloilo, Kalibo, Legazpi, Manila, Roxas, Puerto Princesa, Tacloban and Tagbilaran.
CebGo flies to over 29 destinations. CebGo is a domestic carrier only and does not have any international flights; only flights for domestic Philippines destinations. From its main base in Manila 9 flights depart every week. Many people who look for CebGo tickets look for flights to Cebu and Siargao.
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Each passenger can bring into the cabbin one standard bag with a maximum weight of 7 kg.
Please be aware that in the price of CebGo tickets is not included any checked baggage. If you want to check-in a bag, you have to pay a fee. This differs per flight, please check the website of CebGo before placing your booking.
Rebooking and flight changes are allowed, but the request to rebook has to be made more than 24 hours before scheduled time of departure, you have to pay a rebooking fee and the fare difference.
Refunds will not be given only in special circumstances and will be done by creation of a Travel Fund in your name at Cebu Pacific.
Unlike its sister airline Cebu Pacific, which exclusively uses Terminal 3, CebGo uses Terminal 4 (Manila Domestic Terminal) for all CebGo departures and arrivals.
The airline was established as SEAir Inc, in 1995 and started operations in the same year. On 29 September 2006, a deal was announced in which Singapore-based Tigerair would enter a commercial and operational tie-up with SEAIR from February 2007, involving the leasing of two planes in Tigerair colours to SEAIR, who will operate the Tigerair' planes with SEAIR's pilots and crew, but will be marketed and sold via Tigerair website. In 2013 SEAir became Tigerair Philippines after the Singapore-based low-cost carrier Tigerair acquired a 40% ownership share but the next year Cebu Pacific acquired the airline and renamed it again, to CebGo.