Cebu Pacific Promo Fare: CEB boosts Luzon destinations with P499 seat sale

Offers Taipei, Ho Chi Minh seats as low as P999

The Philippines’ largest airline, Cebu Pacific (CEB) announces a P499 ‘Go Lite’ seat sale for select Luzon destinations and a P999 ‘Go Lite’ Taipei seat sale from June 22-24, 2010.

Passengers going from Manila to Laoag, Cauayan and Tuguegarao, as well as from Cebu to Clark can avail of the P499 ‘Go Lite’ seats, for travel from July 1-August 31, 2010. Those who wish to travel from Cebu to Ozamiz can avail of P999 ‘Go Lite’ seats for the same travel period.

Meanwhile, those traveling from Manila to Taipei and Ho Chi Minh from August 1 to September 30, 2010 can avail of P999 and P1,499 ‘Go Lite’ seats, respectively. Those with check-in luggage will just add P100 upon booking.

“CEB flies to the most number of destinations to Luzon, and we continue stimulating the market with our trademark low fares. A P499 ‘Go Lite’ seat is comparable to bus fares, without the couple of hours spent more on travel,” said Candice Iyog, CEB VP for Marketing and Distribution.

“Taipei and Ho Chi Minh also have a lot to offer the business and leisure traveler. We encourage guests to book their flights now,” Iyog added.

Compared to other airlines, CEB flies to the most number of Luzon destinations, with flights to Laoag, Tuguegarao, Cauayan, Naga, Virac, Legazpi, San Jose, Coron and Puerto Princesa. CEB also flies from Cebu, Bangkok, Macau, Hong Kong and Singapore to Clark.

“We continue to explore possible new destinations and routes, to maintain our extensive network in the Philippines. In June alone, we opened two new routes in Mindanao, namely Manila-Pagadian and Manila-Surigao,” she said.

For booking and inquiries, visit or, or call reservation hotlines (02) 7020-888 or (032) 230-8888. Those without credit cards can still book online and pay via CEB partner banks.

Based on Civil Aeronautics Board data, CEB overtook Philippine Airline’s passenger numbers in the first quarter of 2010, making it the largest airline in the Philippines. CEB operates the youngest aircraft fleet in the country, and garnered a 91.8% on-time performance in the first quarter of 2010.

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