Philippine carrier Cebu Pacific Air has revised peak-hour flight times and dropped a small number of services from its schedule at Ninoy Aquino International Airport as part of a broader initiative to relieve congestion at the capital city’s airport. “It’s really been about moving flights by a few minutes into different 15 min. windows. We haven’t actually had to de-schedule [that much],” Cebu Pacific CEO advisor, Garry Kingshott, tells Aviation Week. However, he concedes “seven or eight ...
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