CEBU PACIFIC maintains zero fuel surcharges, cuts fares by 50%
Offers 120,000 seats in international seat sale
The Philippines’ largest national flag carrier, Cebu Pacific (PSE:CEB) announced that it will maintain zero fuel surcharges, and proceeded to lower its fares by offering a 50% off seat sale to any international destination from January 29-31, 2011 or until seats last.
For travel from April 1-May 31, 2011, CEB offers 50% off its lowest fares to any of its 16 international destinations.
This destinations are Kota Kinabalu, Taipei, Singapore, Guangzhou, Shanghai, Beijing, Macau, Hong Kong, Ho Chi Minh, Brunei, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Seoul, Jakarta, Busan and Osaka.
“We aim to stimulate even more travel with the 120,000 seats we are putting up for this 50% off seat sale. The airline remains committed to offering the public the most affordable fares, coupled with a 100% brand-new aircraft fleet,” said CEB VP for Marketing and Distribution Candice Iyog.
CEBU Pacific remains the only Philippine carrier to offer fares without fuel surcharges. It first removed fuel surcharges in 2009.
She added,” By maintaining zero fuel surcharges, passengers can easily compare airfare with other airlines. We hope this continues to support the growth of tourism, trade and international travel.”
For CEB booking and inquiries, guests can visit www.cebupacificair.com or http://funtours.cebupacificair.com or call (02) 7020-888 or (032) 230-8888. The latest seat sales can also be found on cebupacificair on Twitter and Facebook Fan Page.
“Guests without credit cards can also book online and pay through CEBU PACIFIC partner banks and payment centers. Travelers can also select seats in advance and avail of CEB’s web check-in service for their travel convenience,” Iyog said.
Low-fare pioneer, CEBU PACIFIC ended 2010 with the youngest and only 100% brand-new aircraft fleet in the Philippines, composed of 10 Airbus A319, 14 Airbus A320 and 8 ATR-72 500 aircraft. It operates to 33 domestic and 16 international destinations from Manila, Cebu, Clark and Davao. -Cebu Pacific