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>PRESS RELEASES / September 10, 2008

Cebu Pacific offers Cebu hub and Manila-Busuanga seat sale

One-way ‘all-inclusive’ fares at P488 and P788

Cebu Pacific (CEB), the Philippine’s leading domestic airline is offering a promotional sale for all of domestic services from its Cebu hub and its daily Manila-Busuanga flights after it announced last week that it will base two ATR aircraft in Cebu.

The seat sale will run from September 11 to 15, 2008 and is valid for travel from October 1 to December 17, 2008.

One-way ‘Go Lite’ all-inclusive fares for Manila-Busuanga and services from Cebu to Bacolod, Butuan, Cagayan de Oro, Dipolog, Iloilo, Ozamis, Surigao, Tacloban start at P488; and passengers with bags will just add P200.

Moreover, ‘Go Lite’ one-way ‘all-in’ fares for flights from Cebu to Manila, Boracay (Caticlan), Davao, Clark, GenSan, Puerto Princesa, Zamboanga start at P788; and guests with check-in items will add P200 upon booking.

Candice Iyog, CEB vice president for marketing and distribution, said, “We are confident that this promotion will stimulate business and leisure travel to various islands in Visayas and Mindanao especially now that we are basing two brand new ATR 72 aircraft in Cebu”

She added, “This will also provide many first time flyers the opportunity to see the other cities in the Philippines since our fares are comparable and competitive with the fares for buses and ferries.”

She concluded, “We encourage the public to act fast and make their bookings for the upcoming school break and last quarter of 2008.”

CEB is the biggest airline operating in Cebu. It services 15 domestic routes, offering 290 domestic flights weekly in Cebu. It also operates 38 flights weekly to four international destinations.

Passengers may book their flights via www.cebupacificair.com, or call its call center at (032) 230-8888, (02) 70-20-888 or visit its sales offices and accredited travel agencies.

Now in its 13th year, CEB has the youngest aircraft fleet in the Philippines. It will have 10 A319s, nine A320s, and six ATR72-500 aircraft by the end of 2008.