Cebu Pacific Air announced on Tuesday that it is set to offer inflight internet access to its long-haul passengers. This new service will be in place by next year and the airline will be the first to budget carrier in Southeast Asia and the first Filipino airline to offer inflight internet. The service will be available to passengers on their Airbus A330 fleet and the service will be installed in the middle of 2013, when the airline is ready to launch its long-haul service.
The airline is also considering installing inflight WiFi on board its short-haul flights. The airline's online service will be provided by OnAir, and once installed, passengers will be able to browse the internet and make phone calls from their mobile device. Candice Iyog, Cebu Pacific vice president for Marketing and Distribution, said that they are happy to provide the service for their customers and now they can engage passengers through innovative web-based services.
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