Cebu Pacific ordered 10 Airbus A321XLRs during the 2019 Paris Air Show, and the aircraft will be configured to fit 240 passengers. They also announced that they will be introducing new routes utilizing the long-range narrow-body jet from Airbus. The A321XLR has a range of 8,700km which can carry up to 240 passengers in a single-class configuration. So now, we predict where Cebu Pacific will possibly fly the aircraft.
Just a little something about the aircraft, A321XLR is the latest iteration of the popular A321, Airbus's largest single-aisle aircraft. The XLR makes use of PW1100G-JM turbofan engines, same as used by the other A321NEOs. What gives the XLR its range is the addition of a permanent rear center fuel tank which hold 3,400 US gal of fuel.
Though nothing has really been announced yet by Cebu Pacific, we now look into where the airline will possibly fly the aircraft. Before, the airline mentioned that they will fly the A321XLR to places in Australia, India, and Russia.
Using the map above which indicates the A321XLR's range capability, we now predict future Cebu Pacific routes utilizing the A21XLR.
Again, these are just our predictions. Better that we wait for official announcements from Cebu Pacific but based on how the airline is planning things out, these are our predictions.