Monday, June 27, 2011

Cebu Pacific offers P488 ticket sale to top RP tourist destinations

ZAMBOANGA CITY, Philippines (Mindanao Examiner / June 27, 2011) – Cebu Pacific (CEB) on Monday said it would offer a seat sale to top tourist destinations in the Philippines from June 28 to 29 or until seats last, for travel from August 1 to September 30 this year.

It said passengers can buy P488 seats from Manila to Naga. Naga is the nearest gateway to Caramoan Islands, and Camarines Sur province now famous for its water sports complex.

And P688 seats are also available from Manila and Cebu to Caticlan in Boracay, and Puerto Princesa City.

CEB flies to Caticlan up to 12 times daily from Manila and twice a day from Cebu, and four times daily to Puerto Princesa from Manila and Cebu. It said P688 seats are also available from Manila to Kalibo, Dumaguete, Busuanga in Coron, Laoag, Tagbilaran in Bohol, and from Cebu to Siargao.

“CEB offers the most number of flights to the Philippines’ most popular tourist destinations, making it more accessible to local and foreign visitors. It will continue to provide more domestic flight options in support of the country’s tourism agenda, especially this October, with the arrival of our new aircraft,” CEB Vice President for Marketing and Distribution, Candice Iyog, said in a statement sent to the regional newspaper Mindanao Examiner.

The airline earlier announced it will increase its flights from Manila to Dumaguete up to 3 times daily, Manila to Boracay up to 91 times weekly, and Cebu to Dumaugete – three times to seven times every week starting on October 7.

It said effective October 14, it will also increase its flights from Manila to Busuanga or Coron up to three times daily and Manila to Boracay up to 14 times a day, and Manila to Naga up to four times daily.

“We have always been committed to promoting our destinations and supporting nationwide events. For example, CEB will add flights to Naga and make it a 5x daily service on November 16 and 20, 2011 in time for the Philippine Ad Congress 2011,” Iyog said. (Mindanao Examiner)

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