Cebu Pacific Airlines: Latest Fare Promos

16 02 2010

Cebu Pacific Airlines Philippines: Latest Promos, Fares, Flights


CEB offers 3-day seat sale for July, August travel

27 05 2009

Domestic fares from P588 all-in; International fares from P1,388

Cebu Pacific (CEB) will launch a 3-day seat sale on May 27 to 29, 2009 with fares as low as P588 for domestic and P1,388 for international flights valid for travel from July 1 to August 31, 2009. CEB is allocating more than 200,000 seats for this seat sale.

A one-way ‘Go Lite’ fare of P1,388 is applied for Clark to Singapore, Hong Kong, Macau, and Bangkok; Manila to Bangkok, Guangzhou, Ho Chi Min, Hong Kong, Kota Kinabalu, Kuala Lumpur, Macau, Shanghai, Singapore, and Taipei; Cebu to Hong Kong and Singapore.

CEB is offering a P2,288 one-way ‘Go Lite’ fare for its Manila to Incheon (Seoul) and Cebu to Incheon, Busan, and Jakarta services.

“We are optimistic that this seat sale will stimulate domestic and international travel during these traditionally lean months. CEB remains the pioneer in creative pricing strategies as it continues to offer the best travel deals for all travelers to and from the Philippines,” said Candice Iyog, CEB VP for marketing and distribution.

For domestic flights, CEB’s one-way ‘Go Lite’ fare only charges P1,388 all-in for its Manila to General Santos, Davao, Cotabato, Zamboanga, Butuan, Cagayan de Oro, and Dipolog; Cebu to Clark and Davao to Iloilo. All other local destinations carry a one-way fare of P588 all-in.

Domestic fares are all-inclusive; international fares are exclusive of government taxes. Promo fares are non-refundable.

‘Go Lite’ fares are for passengers traveling with no check-in baggage.  Passengers with check-in bags just have to add P200 to the fare.

CEB, the leading domestic carrier, flies to 14 cities in Asia and 32 domestic destinations with direct flights from Clark, Cebu, Davao, and Manila. It currently has the youngest fleet in the country, comprised of 21 Airbus A320s 8 ATR aircraft.

Cebu Pacific needs 250 female flight attendants

23 05 2009

Despite the ongoing economic downturn, low-fare leader Cebu Pacific (CEB), the Philippines’ largest carrier to ASEAN, is in urgent need of 250 female flight attendants to augment its current workforce.

“Our continued domestic and international expansion and rapidly growing passenger base require us to hire and train more cabin attendants. They have to exemplify Cebu Pacific’s fun, reliable, and high-quality service,” CEB vice president for marketing and distribution Candice Iyog said.

Interested female applicants between 18 and 25 years old with good eyesight, a pleasing personality and at least a height of 5’3” and weight proportional to height may apply at the CEB Training and Development Center located at Domestic Road, Pasay City.

Applicants must at least have completed second year college, should be fluent in English and Filipino and willing to be based in Manila, Clark (Pampanga), Cebu and Davao.

CEB requires applicants to submit their resume with a 2×2 ID photo and credentials; and to undergo a series of interview, training, and practical tests.

Screening of applicants is scheduled from 9:00am to 4:00pm on May 20 and 27 for Manila, May 21 in Tuscany Room of Hotel Veniz in Baguio City, and June 3, 10, 17 & 24, 2009 in Manila. CEB applicants must be in business attire, with full make-up, and hair neatly tied.

Iyog concluded, “We encourage young graduates to apply in CEB. We are a young, fun, and service-oriented firm committed to providing high-quality service Filipino travelers across Asia and the Philippines.”

CEB, the country’s leading domestic airline, has a fleet of 10 A319 and 11 A320 Airbus aircraft and eight turbo-prop ATR 72 aircraft. It expects to take delivery of two more ATR aircraft this year allowing it to open more inter-island routes.

CEB slashes fares for domestic routes by as much as 35%

31 05 2009

Low-fare leader Cebu Pacific (CEB), the country’s largest domestic carrier, will reduce fares for select domestic routes by as much as 35% starting August 11, 2008.

The lowest one-way ‘all-inclusive’ fares from Manila to Mindanao is cut from P2,488 to P1,988. One-way fare for flights from Manila to Puerto Princessa and Tagbilaran is also reduced from P1,988 to P1,488.

Moreover, the airline reduced one-way fare from Manila to Boracay by 35% and other Visayas destinations have been reduced to P1,288 ‘all-in’.

Candice Iyog, CEB vice president for marketing and product, said, ”We are providing the public very low fares that will allow them to continue flying despite the economic downturn. We feel that we can further stimulate trade and domestic tourism by providing very affordable travel options to our wide passenger base.”

This is the airline’s second permanent fare reduction initiative after it launched all inclusive pricing for its domestic services on June 2008.

Iyog added, “This is a clear manifestation of our commitment to bring air travel closer to as many Filipinos. With fares very much comparable to other modes of transport, passengers who used to take bus and ferry rides can now look into flying as a viable option.”

She further explained, “Now that our operations have stabilized and moved to the new CEB terminal at T3, we are happy that we will be able to offer our passengers a better airport experience too.”

Now in its 13th year, CEB has the youngest aircraft fleet in the Philippines, comprised of 10 A319s, eight A320s, and two ATR72-500 aircraft.

Statement on CEB’s normal operations in terminal 3

31 05 2009

Cebu Pacific announced today that its operations have normalized in NAIA Terminal 3.

The weather has cleared and all of our Airbus and ATR aircraft are fully deployed to serve our passengers on all of our scheduled domestic and international flights.

Candice Iyog, CEB VP for marketing and product, said, “We apologize for the inconvenience we may have caused from the start up at Terminal 3 and thank our passengers for their patience and understanding.

We are also meeting with the airport officials daily to put into place additional facilities such as flight information displays.”

Cebu Pacific marks NAIA-3 transfer with system-wide seat sale

31 05 2009

Cebu Pacific (CEB), the country’s largest domestic carrier, will mark the August 1 transfer of its entire operations to NAIA-3 with a system-wide seat sale starting on July 30 to August 5, 2008 or until allocated seats are sold out.

CEB offers as low as P888 one-way fares for its international routes, exclusive of government taxes and surcharges.

Fares for domestic routes on the other hand, are all-inclusive, starting at P699 for routes from Manila to Luzon, P999 for routes from Manila to the Visayas and P1,499 for routes from Manila to Mindanao.  Intra-Visayas and Mindanao routes start at an all-in fare of P699 one-way.

The system-wide seat sale is non-refundable and is good for travel from September 1 to December 17, 2008.

Candice Iyog, CEB vice president for marketing and product, said, “Cebu Pacific will be the first airline to move its entire operations to NAIA-3.  Now, we can provide our passengers with a world class airport facility.  And, to make their travel experience doubly pleasurable, we are offering them really low promo fares for all our international and domestic routes.”

CEB operates 33 routes through its 24 domestic destinations and currently operates 848 domestic flights per week. The airline also operates 18 international routes to 15 cities in Asia, offering 230 international flights per week.

Now in its 13th year, CEB has the youngest aircraft fleet in the Philippines comprised of 10 A319, eight A320, and two ATR72-500 aircraft.

Cebu Pacific moves entire domestic and international operations to NAIA-3 on August 1

31 05 2009

Cebu Pacific (CEB), the country’s largest domestic airline, will use the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3 (NAIA-3) for both domestic and international flights starting on August 1, 2008.

CEB started its domestic ATR operations at NAIA-3 last July 22.

Lance Gokongwei, CEB President and CEO, said, “NAIA-3’s opening is a welcome development for us especially since we have outgrown both the domestic passenger terminal and NAIA-1.  As the country’s fastest growing airline, we are very excited to be offering our passengers a much improved airport facility.”

CEB expects to carry seven million passengers this year compared to almost 5.5 million passengers last year. In 1996, when CEB first started its operations, the total number of people flying within the country stood at 4.67 million, in 2007, this has more than doubled and now  stands over 10.4 million passengers.

NAIA-3 exceeds the amenities provided by the Domestic Terminal such as:

  • A spacious check-in area, with 28 state-of-the-art counters allocated to Cebu Pacific as compared to 22 counters at the cramped check-in section of the Domestic Terminal;
  • Nine boarding gates, from four;

CEB operates 33 routes through its 24 domestic destinations and currently operates 848 domestic flights per week. The airline also operates 19 international routes to 16 cities in Asia, offering 230 international flights per week.

“Now that we will be flying both domestic and international services under one roof, we will be able to see some operational efficiencies and offer our passengers an even better product.”  Gokongwei emphasized.

Now in its 13th year, CEB has the youngest aircraft fleet in the Philippines, comprised of 10 A319s, eight A320s, and two ATR72-500 aircraft.

CEB adds frequencies; starts Cebu-General Santos for as low as P999 all-in

31 05 2009

Low-fare leader Cebu Pacific is adding frequencies to its services from Manila to Bacolod, Tacloban, Cotabato, and Dipolog.

The airline will also expand its route network from Cebu with the launch of its direct Cebu-General Santos (GenSan) service starting August 15, 2008.

CEB introduces the additional frequencies and announces its Cebu-GenSan operations with a seat sale which will run from July 24 to 29, 2008. This is valid for travel from August 15 to November 30, 2008.

One-way fares to Bacolod, Tacloban and Cebu-GenSan is at P999 ‘all-in’ while fares to Cotabato and Dipolog is at P1,499 ‘all-in’.

Candice Iyog, CEB spokesman said, “We will continue to expand our operations and offer the lowest ‘all-inclusive’ fares especially to new CEB routes that have not been previously exposed to our low fares.”

The three-times weekly Cebu-GenSan service will operate every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. The flight departs from Cebu at 10:30am and arrives in GenSan at 11:30am. It leaves GenSan at 12:00nn and arrives back in Cebu at 1:10pm.

CEB’s Manila-Bacolod service will grow from 21 to 24 flights weekly while its Manila-Tacloban service will increase from 21 to 25 flights weekly. The carrier will also increase its operations to Cotabato from five-times weekly to daily while Manila-Dipolog will grow from four times to five times weekly.

Iyog added, “We encourage the public to book their flights via or call its reservations hotline (02) 7020888 or (032) 2308888 or contact their travel agent. Fares are so low and are even comparable to other modes of transport such as ferries and buses.”

Now in its 13th year, CEB has the youngest aircraft fleet in the Philippines. It has a fleet of ten A319s, eight A320s, and two ATR72-500 aircraft.

CEB moves partial domestic operation to NAIA Terminal 3 today

31 05 2009

Cebu Pacific (CEB), the low-fare airline business of the Gokongwei group, transfers part of its domestic operations to NAIA Terminal 3 today.

CEB will initially operate flights from Manila to Boracay (Caticlan), Laoag, Naga, San Jose (Mindoro), and Tuguegarao out of Terminal 3.

Other domestic flights will remain at the Manila Domestic Airport Terminal while all international flights will continue to operate at the NAIA Terminal 1.

Candice Iyog, CEB VP for marketing and product, said, “The new terminal will be able to accommodate our growing passenger base and more importantly, offer a better passenger experience.  We hope to the rest of our domestic operations to Terminal 3 after a few days.”

CEB is the single largest domestic airline in the country today and is the leading airline from the Philippines to the ASEAN region.

Iyog added, “Once we have completed the transfer of our domestic operations into Terminal 3, we intend to move our international operations as well. This will allow us to operate efficiently and give passengers availing of our domestic to international connections a hassle-free experience.”

CEB has the youngest aircraft fleet in the Philippines. It operates ten A319, eight A320, and two ATR 72-500.