Cebu Pacific Reports Q1 2022 Results

Within the first quarter of 2022, Cebu Pacific flew 16,521 flights and a pair of.05 million passengers, will increase of 128% and 272% on Q1 2021 respectively.

Cargo operations throughout the quarter additionally sustained development, rising 36% to 34.2 million kgs from final 12 months.

Revenues of P6.71 billion within the first quarter, 148% greater than the identical interval final 12 months, had been pushed by passenger operations which grew 256% to P3.16 billion from P887 million in the identical interval final 12 months.

Ancillary and cargo revenues, elevated 239% and 40% year-on-year, respectively.

Working bills grew 26% year-on-year primarily resulting from greater gas bills ensuing from the rise in jet gas costs. Nonetheless, working loss narrowed 22% to P5.34 billion within the first quarter from P6.82 billion in the identical quarter final 12 months.

Cebu Pacific additionally incurred P2.52 billion in non-core losses, primarily resulting from foreign exchange translation of greenback denominated loans and unrealized mark to market losses from the by-product worth of its convertible bonds. Consequently, the corporate recorded a internet lack of P7.61 billion, 4% greater than P7.30 billion within the first quarter of final 12 months.

The airline generated internet money flows from operations of P1.55 billion, largely pushed by a rise in unearned transportation income resulting from greater bookings. On the finish of March 2022, Cebu Pacific’s money and money equivalents had been P18.42 billion.

For the rest of 2022, Cebu Pacific is optimistic about a greater enterprise outlook pushed by home restoration and re-openings of worldwide locations, however stays cautious of the dangers offered by growing jet gas costs and rates of interest, in addition to the depreciation of the Philippine Peso vs US Greenback.

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