The Philippines’ leading carrier, Cebu Pacific (CEB) increases its December
flights to chosen destinations, in anticipation of the peak travel season.
CEB adds an additional daily frequency to its Manila-Hong Kong route, giving
passengers an option between five daily flights. CEB’s Manila-Singapore route
also gets a boost with an additional daily flight, making it a four times daily
Manila-Ho Chi Minh and Clark-Bangkok also get a new six times weekly
frequency, while Clark-Hong Kong and Clark-Singapore flights are now daily.
For domestic routes, the airline also added flights for the following routes:
flights from Manila to Roxas, Iloilo, Kalibo, Ozamiz and Virac, and from Cebu to
Iloilo, Surigao and Zamboanga. Those who wish to go to Manila or Cebu can also
take Cebu-Clark flights for more available seats.
“We wanted to widen the availability of seats for our passengers because
there are a lot of people who travel during Christmas break. Our Kalibo
(Boracay) flights, for example, still have available seats from December 26-30,
2009, especially after we increased our Manila-Kalibo frequency to 8-10 flights
per day,” said CEB VP for Marketing and Distribution Candice Iyog.
“We encourage our CEB passengers to arrive at the airport early during peak
travel period. It is also advised to book in advance to take advantage of our
trademark low fares,” she added.
Passengers can call (02)7020-888 or (032)230-8888, visit CEB ticketing
offices and accredited travel agencies or check out the website www.cebupacificair.com for their
booking needs. Those without credit cards can now book online and pay via CEB
partner banks (Megalink, Bancnet, Banco de Oro, Metrobank and Robinsons Savings
CEB, Asia’s third-largest low-cost carrier, flies to 32 domestic and 14
international destinations using one of the youngest aircraft fleets in the
country. It has the most extensive domestic network in the Philippines and
offers the lowest year-round fares.