Cebu Pacific (CEB) has opened its reservation system to
corporate clients, allowing them primary access to its lowest fares and
promotional seat sales, and saving as much as 30 percent.
The booking facility enables corporate clients to directly book their flights
and change travel itinerary details on their own.
CEB hopes to more than double the number of its corporate and institutional
accounts to more than 500 accounts in 2009.
“We expect our revenues to increase by more than double from these
accounts,” said Candice Iyog, CEB VP for marketing and distribution.
“Given the current economic environment, we see more businesses opting for
value-oriented services in order to stay competitive. This is why CEB continues
to offer the lowest fares in every destination it operates. We are committed to
stimulating air travel because we know this is good for every Juan.” Iyog
CEB will also extend a credit line of up to P1 million to companies that will
sign up with the program. Companies will also have direct access to the
airline’s route network consisting of 15 cities in Asia and 31 domestic
destinations with direct flights from Clark, Cebu, Davao, and Manila.
The airline currently has the youngest fleet in the country, comprised of 21
Airbus A320s and 7ATR aircraft.