Cebu Pacific (CEB), the country’s no. 1 domestic airline and low fare leader has reduced its lowest ‘Go’ fares for the Manila-Legaspi route by 47%, Cebu-Hong Kong by 20% and Davao-Hong Kong (via Cebu) by 17% starting Friday, October 20.
The lowest ‘Go’ fare for the Manila-Legaspi route is now at P299, Cebu-Hong Kong at P1,999 and Davao-Hong Kong (via Cebu) at P2,499 for one-way travel. The ‘Go’ fares are offered year-round and are exclusive of government taxes and surcharges. The quickest way to get the lowest ‘Go’ fare is through CEB’s website (www.cebupacificair.com).
Candice Iyog, CEB marketing director, said that the reduction of ‘Go’ fares is aimed to further grow the air travel market for these routes. “CEB is all about offering low fares and great value. We believe that the reduction of our lowest ‘Go’ fare rates for Legaspi, Cebu-Hong Kong and Davao-Hong Kong will further encourage Filipinos to travel to these regions and at the same time entice the Filipino and International community to visit Legaspi, Cebu and Davao. With this effort we hope to further grow the tourism industry even before the Christmas holidays,” Iyog said.
The airline recently announced that it will start flying to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on November 30 and Bangkok, Thailand on December 14.
Now in its 11th year, CEB operates the newest fleet in the Philippines and one of the newest in Asia with its 12 brand new Airbus aircraft. CEB serves 20 domestic and 6 regional destinations and has the highest number of destinations, flights and routes within the archipelago making it the number one domestic airline in the Philippines today.