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Cebu Pacific (CEB), the country’s single largest airline to the ASEAN region offers P1 seats for its Manila-Legaspi service. The promotional seat sale run from April 26, 2008 to June 30, 2008; and is good for travel for the same period.
Fare is non-refundable and exclusive of surcharges and government taxes.
Candice Iyog, CEB spokesperson said, “We are positive that many will take advantage of this limited offer. We want the public to realize that it is now very affordable to travel by air. We encourage passengers who take bus rides to experience the convenience of flying. “
CEB is currently the biggest airline operating three daily flights to Legaspi.
With the promotional fare, the all-inclusive one-way ticket to Legaspi would cost P1,180 while an almost eleven-hour bus ride will cost nearly P800.
“We encourage the public to act fast and book for their trips early. Booking online is so easy and much more convenient. Passengers can visit www.cebupacificair.com to see the fare options in their desired travel dates,” Iyog concluded.
Now in its 13th year, CEB has the youngest fleet in the country. The airline flew 5.5 million passengers in 2007. CEB flies to 14, soon to be 16 international destinations, with the addition of Kaohsiung and Kota Kinabalu in the coming months. CEB also operates flights to 21 domestic destinations.
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Categories : Cotabato, Dipolog, Legaspi, Manila, Roxas
Cebu Pacific (CEB), the country’s leading domestic airline, will expand its domestic operations from its Manila hub, with additional flights, frequencies and capacity to seven major cities.
Starting April 3, 2008, CEB will increase its
- Manila-Legaspi flights, from 10 times weekly to twice daily; effectively increasing capacity by 54%.
- Manila-Dumaguete flights from 11 times weekly to twice daily.
- Manila-Roxas and Manila-Cotabato flights from 4 to 5 times weekly.
- Manila-Dipolog service from 3 to 4 times weekly.
CEB will also use its 179-seater A320 for its mid-day Tacloban and daily Butuan services, instead of the 150-seater A319 aircraft. This aircraft upgrade translates to an increased capacity of 6% for Tacloban and 19% for Butuan.
Candice Iyog, CEB VP for marketing and product, said, “Our rapid domestic expansion is part of our continued efforts to bring air travel closer to more Filipinos through our trademark low fares and increased accessibility. With more flights and frequencies to these destinations, we hope to be able to further stimulate domestic tourism and trade.”
Now in its 12th year, CEB has the youngest fleet of aircraft in the Philippines. CEB flies to 12, soon to be 14 international destinations, with the addition of Ho Chi Minh and Hanoi in April. CEB also operates flights to 21 domestic destinations with the addition of Boracay (Caticlan) beginning February 29, 2008.