Cebu Pacific launches seat sale to top Philippine destinations

Cebu Pacific launches seat sale to top Philippine destinations
Until July 28, travelers from Riyadh looking to plan a getaway to tourist destinations across Philippines can benefit from the special one-way promotional fare of SR569.
Updated 19 July 2016

Cebu Pacific launches seat sale to top Philippine destinations

Cebu Pacific launches seat sale to top Philippine destinations

Cebu Pacific has announced the launch of an exclusive seat sale for flights from its Middle East network to top destinations and hidden gems across Philippines.
Until July 28, travelers from Riyadh looking to plan a getaway to tourist destinations across Philippines can benefit from the special one-way promotional fare of SR569.
All promo fares are valid for travel from Aug. 1 to Nov. 30, offering travelers and tourists the luxury of planning a trip ahead and availing of the Philippine major carrier’s competitive price.
The exhilarating nightlife in Cebu, the green landscapes of Kalibo or the crystal clear waters and white sandy beaches of Boracay, Cebu Pacific unlocks memorable experiences through its extensive network across the country.
JR Mantaring, CEB VP for corporate affairs, said: “Cebu Pacific has continually striven to offer Filipino expatriates and local residents across the Middle East region competitive air fares. Our extensive network connects travelers to top tourist destinations in Philippines, and is the ideal low-cost carrier for people looking to truly experience the beauty of the country.”
The quoted fare is inclusive of admin fees as well as airport and country taxes where applicable. Baggage allowance, meals, travel insurance, and other ancillaries may be added to the fare per the passenger’s preference.
Bookings are open online. The latest seat sales can be found on CEB’s official Twitter and Facebook pages.
CEB’s 57-strong fleet comprises seven Airbus A319, thirty-six Airbus A320, six Airbus A330, and eight ATR 72-500 aircraft. Between 2016 and 2021, CEB expects delivery of thirty-two Airbus A321neo and 16 ATR 72-600 aircraft.