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>PRESS RELEASES / July 30, 2009

CEB increases frequencies to Luzon, Visayas routes

To extend its trademark low fares to more Juans, Cebu Pacific (CEB) will soon increase its frequencies to Catarman, Calbayog, Tuguegarao, Naga and Kalibo.

Starting August 16, 2009, CEB’s flights to Catarman and Calbayog (currently four times and three times weekly, respectively) will become daily flights. The lowest Go Lite fare for both destinations is P888.

Meanwhile, passengers can also choose between morning and afternoon flights with the additional frequency for Tuguegarao, also starting August 16, 2009. From daily flights, it will now fly 11 times weekly. Passengers can avail of the lowest Go Lite fare of P688.

CEB will also increase its Naga twice daily flights to thrice daily flights starting August 16, 2009. The lowest Go Lite fare is P588.

To cap it off, the Kalibo service will soon become seven times daily, up from 46 times weekly, starting August 1, 2009. Passengers can avail of the lowest Go Lite fare of P588.

“We hope the additional flights will provide even more convenience to our growing passenger base in Samar, Cagayan Valley, Bicol and Aklan. Passengers from neighboring areas can now have easier and faster access to Manila and our extensive Cebu Pacific network,” said Candice Iyog, VP for Marketing and Product.

“This is in line with our ever-present commitment to boost the economy and tourism in the destinations we fly to,” she added.

Passengers can book their flights through or the reservations hotlines (02)70-20-888 and (032)230-88-88.

Gokongwei-owned CEB has flown over 36 million passengers since its inception in 1996. It now flies to 32 domestic destinations and 14 Asian cities from four hubs, utilizing the youngest aircraft fleet in the Philippines.