CEB brings back PHP 1 seat sale due to demand ; More than 50,000 seats up for grabs

Asia’s third-largest low-cost carrier Cebu Pacific (CEB) brings back its ‘Go Lite’ PHP 1 seat sale to all international and domestic destinations for the promo period of November 21-22, 2009 only, or until more than 50,000 seats have been sold out. Travel period is June 15-September 30, 2010.

The airline’s 32 domestic destinations are up for grabs through this website promo, including Cebu-Siargao, Cebu-Ozamiz, Cebu-Clark, Manila-San Jose, and Manila-Kalibo (Boracay), among many others.

CEB also offers the lowest fare alternative for international flights with the PHP 1 sale, including flights to Taipei, Kota Kinabalu, Pusan (Korea), Osaka and Jakarta.

Passengers with check-in luggage will just add PHP 100 upon booking. The PHP 1 is exclusive of government taxes and administration fees.

“CEB’s PHP 1 seat sale earlier this month sold out in a day, and we have been getting numerous requests for more seats. This is our way of thanking our loyal guests, and we certainly hope to see more people flying in 2010,” said CEB VP for Marketing and Distribution Candice Iyog.

“We also wish to encourage passengers to book their flights early, and what better way to reinforce this message than bring back our trademark ‘piso’ seat sale for next year’s travel,” she added.

She encouraged everyone to act fast and book their promo seats online. This promotion is only available via www.cebupacificair.com or through travel agents using the Amadeus global distribution system.

The Philippines’ leading domestic airline, CEB has a fleet of 21 Airbus A320 and 8 ATR72-500 aircraft, the youngest aircraft fleet in the Philippines and one of the youngest in Asia. It has flown over 36 million passengers since its inception in 1996.

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