CEBU CITY, PHILIPPINES — Philippine's low-cost airline Cebu Pacific on received its fourth Airbus 330neo aircraft. The aircraft used sustainable aviation fuel to fly non-stop from Toulouse, France, to the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) in Manila.

Cebu Pacific is the first low-cost carrier in Southeast Asia to incorporate the use of Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) into its operations when it took delivery of its third A330neo in May this year.

"We are happy to take delivery of another aircraft powered by sustainable aviation fuel. We remain committed to the sustainability journey, and we will continuously push these eco-friendly initiatives to be the greenest airline in Asia," said Alex Reyes, Chief Strategy Officer at Cebu Pacific.

Cebu Pacific will take delivery of one more A320neo aircraft in December. As part of the airline's sustainability efforts, CEB aims to transition to an all-NEO fleet by 2028 and incorporate the use of blended SAF for its entire commercial network by 2030.

The airline aims to operate an all-Airbus neo fleet by 2028.