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>PRESS RELEASES / July 29, 2008

Cebu Pacific marks NAIA-3 transfer with system-wide seat sale

Cebu Pacific (CEB), the country’s largest domestic carrier, will mark the August 1 transfer of its entire operations to NAIA-3 with a system-wide seat sale starting on July 30 to August 5, 2008 or until allocated seats are sold out.

CEB offers as low as P888 one-way fares for its international routes, exclusive of government taxes and surcharges.

Fares for domestic routes on the other hand, are all-inclusive, starting at P699 for routes from Manila to Luzon, P999 for routes from Manila to the Visayas and P1,499 for routes from Manila to Mindanao. Intra-Visayas and Mindanao routes start at an all-in fare of P699 one-way.

The system-wide seat sale is non-refundable and is good for travel from September 1 to December 17, 2008.

Candice Iyog, CEB vice president for marketing and product, said, “Cebu Pacific will be the first airline to move its entire operations to NAIA-3. Now, we can provide our passengers with a world class airport facility. And, to make their travel experience doubly pleasurable, we are offering them really low promo fares for all our international and domestic routes.”

CEB operates 33 routes through its 24 domestic destinations and currently operates 848 domestic flights per week. The airline also operates 18 international routes to 15 cities in Asia, offering 230 international flights per week.

Now in its 13th year, CEB has the youngest aircraft fleet in the Philippines comprised of 10 A319, eight A320, and two ATR72-500 aircraft.