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>PRESS RELEASES / September 3, 2008

Cebu Pacific starts Clark Hub on November 8

Offers ZERO fare from Clark to HK, Singapore, Macau, and Bangkok

Cebu Pacific (CEB), the country’s leading airline to the ASEAN, will start operating international flights out of the Diosdado Macapagal International Airport (DMIA) in Clark, Pampanga starting November 8, 2008.

CEB president and CEO Lance Y. Gokongwei said, “Clark is the gateway for central and northern Luzon and CEB’s fourth operational hub. With aircraft based in Clark, Manila, Cebu and Davao, we can now offer the convenience of flying at affordable fares to every Juan across the Philippine archipelago.”

“Airline service will play a pivotal role in economic growth in Clark and CEB is committed to being a catalyst for this growth. Trade and tourism, among other things, generally prosper with increased accessibility,” Gokongwei said.

CEB will base an Airbus A319 aircraft in Clark and will operate daily flights from Clark to Hong Kong and Singapore; four times weekly to Macau; and three times weekly to Bangkok. CEB will also operate its Cebu-Clark flights daily starting October 1, 2008 using its ATR 72-500 aircraft.

The new international services are introduced with a zero fare. The seat sale will run from September 4 to 10, 2008 and is valid for travel from November 8 to December 17, 2008. Passengers will only pay for the applicable taxes and surcharges, which are nonrefundable.  More than 10,000 seats have been allocated for the Clark hub seat sale.

CEB is the only Filipino carrier operating international flights out of Clark and is the only airline offering a direct Clark-Hong Kong and Clark-Bangkok service.

After the seat sale, the lowest year round ‘Go’ fare for Clark flights start at P499 to Macau, P999 to Singapore, P1,499 to Hong Kong and P1,999 to Bangkok, 

Passengers may book their flights via, or call 70-20-888, or visit their nearest travel agent.

Now in its 13th year, CEB has the youngest aircraft fleet in the Philippines, comprised of 10 A319s, eight A320s, and two ATR72-500 aircraft.