CEB slashes up to 42% off Malaysia fares in seat sale

CEB slashes up to 42% off Malaysia fares in seat sale
Manila-Roxas seats
up for grabs for only P688

High-quality low-cost carrier Cebu Pacific (CEB) slashes 42% off the lowest year-round fare for Kota Kinabalu and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia in a seat sale from March 12-13, 2010, for travel June 1-August 31, 2010.

Guests traveling from Manila to Kota Kinabalu can avail of the ‘Go Lite’ seat sale fare of P1,099, while those headed to Kuala Lumpur can avail of the ‘Go Lite’ seat sale fare of P1,999.

CEB flies every Monday and Friday to Kota Kinabalu, and daily to Kuala Lumpur, both key cities in Malaysia. Kota Kinabalu, a resort city in Sabah, is the gateway to Mount Kinabalu, the tallest mountain in Southeast Asia. Kuala Lumpur, on the other hand, is home to the Petronas Towers and is the capital city of Malaysia.

Meanwhile, passengers can also avail of the ‘Go Lite’ seat sale fare of P688 on CEB’s nine times weekly Manila-Roxas flights.

Those with check-in luggage will just add P100 upon booking.

“CEB’s lowest year-round fare for Kuala Lumpur is P3,499, and we reduced our fares because of the market’s strong demand. We are proud to give Every Juan this opportunity to visit Malaysia at very low fares,” said CEB VP for Marketing and Distribution Candice Iyog.

“Guests can call (02) 7020-888 or (032) 230-8888 or visit for their booking needs. Those without credit cards can still book online and pay via CEB partner banks,” she added.

CEB also offers Fun Tours hotel packages to Kuala Lumpur as low as P4,190 and to Kota Kinabalu as low as P3,404. These are inclusive of four days, three nights hotel accommodation with buffet breakfast. For more information, go to .

The Philippines’ number one domestic carrier, CEB flies to 12 other international destinations, namely Hong Kong, Singapore, Osaka, Incheon, Busan, Guangzhou, Shanghai, Macau, Taipei, Jakarta, Bangkok, and Ho Chi Minh. CEB flies to the most ASEAN destinations from the Philippines, using the youngest fleet of aircraft in the country.

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