Cebu Pacific will push through with its plans to meet the European Union in January next year for the formal presentation for its removal from the EU blacklist. The low-cost carrier is eyeing flights to Europe. “No [Cebu Pacific will not formally submit its presentation to EU this November], that is being postponed to January [next year]now, because of the present situation right now. Yes, not only in Tacloban but also the whole country,” said Capt. John Andrews, deputy director general of Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP). Cebu Pacific needs the recommendation of CAAP to be removed from the EU blacklist.