Asia’s third-largest low-cost carrier Cebu Pacific (CEB) aims to increase its
traffic to Japan and Korea with a seat sale as low as P2,499. The seat sale
period is from November 6-8, 2009, for travel this January 15 to March 15,
Passengers going on Manila-Incheon, Cebu-Incheon and Cebu-Busan flights can
avail of the P2,499 ‘Go Lite’ seat sale fare, which is 35% lower than the lowest
year-round fare of P3,899. Those with check-in luggage will just add P100 upon
CEB flies daily from Manila and Cebu to Incheon, and twice weekly from Cebu
Meanwhile, Manila-Osaka passengers can avail of 52% discount off the lowest
year-round fare of P5,499, with the seat sale fare of P2,599. CEB flies every
Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday to Osaka.
The seat sale fares of P2,499 and P2,599 for Korea and Japan respectively are
meant to promote the airline’s frequencies and routes to East Asia, especially
since it is the only local airline flying to all three major East Asian
countries: South Korea, Japan and China.
“CEB offers the lowest fare alternative to Korea and Japan. This is why we
really encourage business and leisure travelers to take advantage of our seat
sales to travel to these key cities, especially from January to March next
year,” said CEB VP for marketing and distribution Candice Iyog.
“We will continue offering these low fares because we see a need for
value-oriented services in today’s economic state. Our commitment to stimulating
the economy and tourism in the destinations we fly to remains the same,” she
For inquiries or flight bookings, passengers can call CEB’s reservations
hotlines (02)7020-888 or (032)230-8888 or check www.cebupacificair.com . Those without
credit cards can also book online and pay via CEB partner banks.
low-cost carrier CEB is the Philippine’s leading airline, with the country’s
youngest aircraft fleet, composed of 21 Airbus A320 and 8 ATR72-500 aircraft. It
flies to 11 other international destinations, namely: Kota Kinabalu, Kuala
Lumpur, Taipei, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Macau, Singapore, Ho Chi Minh, Jakarta,
Guangzhou, and Shanghai.