Cebu Pacific seat sale for as low as P588 is some selected destinations

Cebu Pacific Promo Fare

The month of March is just around the corner, the Philippines’ number one domestic flag carrier Cebu Pacific (CEB) encourages domestic and international travel with a seat sale for as low as P588 this February 15-16, for travel from March 1-31, 2010.

You can avail the GO LITE seat sale fare of P588 for those going from Cebu to Davao, and from Manila to Tuguegarao and Laoag. And those passengers from Manila to Cebu or vice versa may book and buy their tickets for only P788 (Go Lite).

And those who planned to go to Hong Kong for a summer holiday from Manila, Cebu or Clark can avail of greatly reduced promo fares. For Manila-Hong Kong and Cebu-Hong Kong flights, it’s P1,999, while it’s P1,499 for Clark-Hong Kong flights. Those who are headed to Incheon from Manila and Cebu, and to Pusan from Cebu, may avail ‘Go Lite’ seat sale fare of P2,899.

For those with check-in luggage,just add P100.

“We are highlighting selected ATR 72-500 flights, our Cebu flights and the popular destinations of Hong Kong and Incheon (South Korea). We hope that by continuously offering low fares and seat sales, more and more Filipinos and foreign travelers can experience the convenience of air travel,” said Candice Iyog, Cebu Pacific VP for marketing and distribution.

Passengers can go to, call (02) 7020-888 or (032) 230-8888, or visit the nearest travel agents for their booking needs. Those without credit cards can still book online and pay via partner banks and payment centers.

“Cebu Pacific also has Fun Tours packages for vacations or trips to Cebu, Davao, Hong Kong, Incheon and Pusan. Just log on to,” she added.

High-quality low-cost carrier Cebu Pacific offers the lowest-year round fares and operates the youngest aircraft fleet in the Philippines, composed of 21 Airbus A320 and 8 ATR 72-500 aircraft. It flies to 19 domestic destinations direct from Cebu and five direct domestic flights from Davao.

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