CEBUF - Cebu Air, Inc.

Other OTC - Other OTC Delayed Price. Currency in USD
1.9100
0.0000 (0.00%)
At close: 9:30AM EST
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Previous Close1.9100
Open1.9100
Bid0.0000 x 0
Ask0.0000 x 0
Day's Range1.9100 - 1.9100
52 Week Range1.2800 - 1.9100
Volume45
Avg. Volume9
Market Cap1.1B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.49
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.04 (2.04%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-06-10
1y Target EstN/A
  • Asian airlines slash flights to Hong Kong as unrest escalates
    Reuters

    Asian airlines slash flights to Hong Kong as unrest escalates

    Several Asian airlines have cut flights to Hong Kong for the coming weeks, an industry scheduling publication showed, as anti-government protests in the city grow increasingly violent and disrupt daily life. Routes Online said the latest schedules showed cancellations from PT Garuda Indonesia (Persero) Tbk, India's SpiceJet Ltd, Malaysia's AirAsia Group Bhd, South Korea's JejuAir Co Ltd and Jin Air Co Ltd and the Philippines' PAL Holdings Inc and Cebu Air Inc. The cuts come as Hong Kong police on Monday fired tear gas at protesters trying to escape a besieged university, while others armed with petrol bombs awaited an expected operation to oust them.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-Philippines' Cebu Air signs deal for $4.8 bln Airbus aircraft

    Philippines' Cebu Air Inc has finalised the purchase of 16 long-range Airbus A330 neo jets worth $4.8 billion at list prices, the airline said on Monday. The budget carrier, which operates 74 aircraft, mostly Airbus A320s, under the brand Cebu Pacific, is turning to larger and fuel-efficient jets for expansion, despite limited slots at the main gateway in the Philippine capital. Scheduled to be delivered between 2021 and 2024, the 16 A330neo aircraft will be deployed on routes in the Philippines, Asia, Australia and the Middle East, Cebu Air said in a statement.

  • TheStreet.com

    Flight Back on Cebu Pacific Highlights Asian Airline Success Story

    The Philippines budget carrier Cebu Pacific is adding capacity at the expanding Clark International Airport, now effectively a second airport for Manila.

  • Boeing 737 MAX boosted by IAG plan to order 200 jets
    Reuters

    Boeing 737 MAX boosted by IAG plan to order 200 jets

    Boeing's grounded 737 MAX jet received a boost on Tuesday after British Airways-owner IAG signed a letter of intent to order 200 of the planes and said it was confident that it would return to service in the coming months. Boeing said the deal had a value of more than $24 billion at list prices. IAG said the mix of 737-8 and 737-10 aircraft, to be delivered between 2023 and 2027, would be powered by CFM Leap engines and used across a number of its airlines including British Airways, Vueling and Level.

  • Boost for Boeing as BA owner backs grounded jet with 200-plane order
    Reuters

    Boost for Boeing as BA owner backs grounded jet with 200-plane order

    Boeing won a major vote of confidence at the Paris Airshow on Tuesday as British Airways owner IAG signed a letter of intent to buy 200 of its 737 MAX jets that have been grounded since March after two deadly crashes. News of the deal, worth more than $24 billion at list prices, sent shockwaves round the world's largest air show which had struggled to find its rhythm amid the 737 MAX crisis and concerns about an economic slowdown. Airbus, the current supplier of IAG's British Airways and Vueling brands, was stunned by the announcement which came months after it lost a major BA wide-body aircraft order to its U.S. rival.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-Cebu to buy over two dozen Airbus jets -sources

    Airbus is set to win a deal to sell jets worth around $4.5 billion at list price to Philippines airline Cebu Air after a face-off with rival Boeing, industry sources said. Airbus declined comment. Cebu officials could not be reached for comment.

  • Reuters

    Cebu nears deal to buy around 26 Airbus jets -sources

    Airbus is set to win a deal to sell jets worth around $4.5 billion at list price to Philippines airline Cebu Air after a face-off with rival Boeing, industry sources said. Airbus declined comment. Cebu officials could not be reached for comment.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-Planemakers race for wide-body orders in Asia showdown

    Airbus and Boeing are battling for wide-body aircraft orders worth well over $10 billion as the clock ticks towards next week's Paris Airshow, industry sources said. The contests include a fight for business at Philippines budget airline Cebu Air as Airbus seeks a new foothold for its slow-selling A330neo airliner in the face of competition from Boeing's 787 Dreamliner. The budget carrier is leaning towards breaking its exclusive ties with Airbus by selecting the Boeing 787 for its requirement for up to 16 wide-body jets to be delivered in 2020 and 2021, but negotiations are set to go down to the wire, the sources said.

  • Planemakers race for wide-body orders in Asia showdown
    Reuters

    Planemakers race for wide-body orders in Asia showdown

    The contests include a fight for business at Philippines budget airline Cebu Air as Airbus seeks a new foothold for its slow-selling A330neo airliner in the face of competition from Boeing's 787 Dreamliner. The budget carrier is leaning towards breaking its exclusive ties with Airbus by selecting the Boeing 787 for its requirement for up to 16 wide-body jets to be delivered in 2020 and 2021, but negotiations are set to go down to the wire, the sources said. Airbus is urgently looking for at least two new buyers for the upgraded A330neo model, while wrestling with some glitches and delays in production for the 250-300-seat aircraft.

  • Reuters

    Philippines' Cebu Air close to buying A330neo or B787 aircraft

    Philippines' Cebu Air Inc , the country's largest carrier, is close to buying several Airbus or Boeing aircraft as it expands and upgrades its fleet, its president and CEO said on Thursday. Cebu Air, which operates under the brand Cebu Pacific, is deciding between Airbus 330neo or Boeing 787 aircraft, Lance Gokongwei, president and CEO of Cebu Air, told Reuters. Flightglobal has reported that Cebu Air is considering an order for up to 16 widebody jets.