Manila, Philippines – Barely two months after it launched electronic ticketing on its Manila – Cebu route, Cebu Pacific Air (CEB) has now made E-Ticket available to travelers flying to and from Manila and Iloilo.
“By December 11, this globally-tested facility will also be available to Davao passengers,” said CEB GM Danilo “Bong” Mojica. “By the first quarter of 2004, our entire domestic network will make use of E-Ticket.”
According to Mojica, E-Ticket’s “ticket anytime, anywhere” concept will definitely make traveling easier for people. “Customers have more choices in booking and paying for their flight. They can go to a ticket office or transact and pay by phone, fax, email, or a phone banking facility.”
Added convenience is provided by Equitable-PCIBank, which has recently tied-up with CEB for E-Ticket.
“Equitable-PCI’s clients can easily book and pay for their flights, wherever they are,” said Mojica. “Passengers can choose to pay for their E-Ticket through Equitable PCI’s Fastphone, which is a phone banking facility, Fasteller, its ATM, or Fastnet, which is through the internet.”
The airline will issue them, in place of the usual ticket, a transaction receipt through fax, email or the internet, or in person. A lost receipt can easily be replaced by CEB, unlike the present ticket.