Cebu Pacific Air, the Philippine-based airline known for offering budget price packages, will be suspending its service to and from Guam.
The last round-trip flights between Manila and Guam will be on December 7, 2019.
The entry of Cebu Pacific into the market gave the traveling public more choices and a more affordable alternative to fly between these two destinations.
However, the company announced that the Guam route is no longer viable. There are two other carriers servicing the Guam to Manila route.
With limited slots in Manila, Cebu Pacific will reallocate these slots and re-deploy the aircraft to routes where these can serve higher passenger demand.
Passengers affected by the suspension of the services to Guam are being notified, with options provided to minimize these changes, which include rebooking passengers on earlier travel dates with CEB; a full refund; or placing the full value of the ticket in a travel fund for future use.