Philippines’ leading airline, Cebu Pacific (PSE: CEB), has announced additional flight frequencies from Manila, Cebu, Iloilo, and Davao to key domestic and international destinations, to accommodate passenger demand during the summer peak travel period.
The airline also launched an
exclusive seat sale for its routes between the GCC region and the Philippines. Travelers looking to book flights between May 1 and July 31, 2016, can avail of Cebu Pacific’s competitive ticket prices from today until April 7, 2016.
For as low as AED 399, and KWD 29, travelers from Riyadh, Doha, Dubai and Kuwait can fly non-stop to Manila. They can also book connecting flights to other destinations on Cebu Pacific’s extensive domestic and international network.
Within the first week of April, CEB also aims to meet robust passenger traffic in Visayas and Mindanao with additional three weekly frequencies between Iloilo and Davao, and two weekly frequencies between Davao and Zamboanga. Four weekly frequencies between Zamboanga and Tawi-Tawi will also be added starting May 1.
“We hope to encourage our valued guests to cross more destinations off their travel bucket list, with our additional flights this summer. Passengers can maximize their vacation by taking advantage of our lowest year-round fares and widest flight network in the Philippines,” said Atty. JR Mantaring, CEB Vice President for Corporate Affairs.
Also, passengers heading to Singapore can avail of more travel options as CEB ramps up its flights from both Iloilo and Davao to the Lion City. Last March 30, 2016, the airline added one flight per week from Iloilo to Singapore, and another flight per week from Davao to Singapore last April 2, 2016. CEB’s Iloilo and Davao hubs now operate three weekly flights each to Singapore.
The airline offers flights to a network of over 90 routes on 60 destinations, spanning Guam, Sydney, Dubai, Bali and Seoul. It operates flights from six Philippine hubs: Manila, Cebu, Davao, Iloilo, Clark and Kalibo.
Passengers travelling this summer may avoid long lines at the airport, by checking in via the official Cebu Pacific mobile app.