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CEB offers domestic and international seat sale as low as P999

For January-March 2010 travel

The Philippines’ leading carrier, Cebu Pacific (CEB) entices passengers to travel with a system-wide seat sale for as low as P999. Seat sale period is from December 5-6, 2009, for travel from January 1 to March 31, 2010.

All of CEB’s 32 domestic destinations are up for grabs at the ‘Go Lite’ seat sale fare of P999. This includes direct flights from Cebu to Butuan and Surigao, as well as flights from Manila to Kalibo (Boracay), Naga, San Jose (Mindoro) and Laoag. CEB also flies direct from Davao to Zamboanga, Iloilo and Cagayan de Oro.

Passengers can also avail of P999 ‘Go Lite’ seats from Manila to Taipei and Kota Kinabalu, and from Clark to Hong Kong, Macau, Singapore and Bangkok.

Flights from Manila to Bangkok, Ho Chi Minh, Macau and Guangzhou, and flights to Hong Kong and Singapore from Manila and Cebu are also available for only P1,499.

Meanwhile, for the ‘Go Lite’ fare of P1,999, passengers can fly to Incheon from Manila or Cebu, and to Pusan from Cebu. They can also opt to travel from Manila to Shanghai, Kuala Lumpur or Jakarta. Those with check-in luggage will just add P100 upon booking.

Lastly, Manila-Osaka seats are available at the ‘Go’ fare of P1,999.

“We have the most extensive network in the Philippines, bringing people to their destinations faster and with more convenience. Seat sales like this offering CEB’s trademark low fare alternative give every Juan’s 2010 domestic and international travel an additional boost,” said CEB VP for Marketing and Distribution Candice Iyog.

“CEB encourages passengers to book early and call (02)7020-888 or (032)230-8888 or visit for their travel needs. Those still planning to book this December can also check the seat availability on the extra flights we mounted especially for the holiday season,” she added.

Asia’s third-largest low-cost carrier, CEB has the most number of flights, routes and destinations in the country. It uses a fleet of 21 Airbus A320 and 8 ATR72-500 aircraft, which is one of the youngest in Asia.