New Seat sale as low as P688 on Pagadian, Tuguegarao, Laoag and selected Cebu hub flights
The number one domestic flag carrier in the Philippines, Cebu Pacific (CEB) adds a new destination to its extensive network with its Cebu-Pagadian route starting April 27, 2010. Pagadian is the capital city of Zamboanga del Sur.
CEB will also begin flying from Manila to Pagadian starting June 9, 2010.
Because of this soon-to-be addition to CEB’s existing 32 domestic destinations, the airline offers a cheap airfare special ‘Go Lite’ seat sale as low as P688 from February 24-25, 2010 only.
The P688 ‘Go Lite’ airline ticket seat sale fare is available for Cebu-Pagadian flights, for travel April 27 to July 31, 2010. Manila-Pagadian flights are also up for grabs for only P1,088, for travel June 9 to July 31, 2010.
Meanwhile, those going from Manila to Tuguegarao and Laoag, and from Cebu to Ozamiz, Dipolog, Surigao, Butuan and Clark can also avail of the ‘Go Lite’ P688 seat sale, for travel April 1 to July 31, 2010.
Those with check-in luggage will just add P100 upon booking.
“We are excited with the April launch of our Pagadian route, and we hope we can stimulate the tourism and economy in the area. Pagadian is the gateway to Zamboanga del Sur, the largest province of Western Mindanao. It will serve as an alternative point of entry to Ozamiz and Cotabato, where CEB currently flies, and Iligan,” said CEB VP for Marketing and Distribution Candice Iyog.
“Travelers can now head to Pagadian, the ‘Little Hong Kong of the South’, with Cebu Pacific’s trademark low fares, as they are very comparable to fares for buses and ferries,” she added.
Passengers can call (02) 7020-888 or (032) 230-8888 or check out www.cebupacificair.com for their inquiries and booking needs. Those without credit cards can still book online and pay via CEB partner banks.
High-quality low-cost carrier CEB will soon fly to 33 domestic destinations, with the inclusion of Pagadian this April. Aside from Pagadian, CEB flies to the following Mindanao destinations direct from Manila and Cebu: Surigao, Siargao, Butuan, Cagayan de Oro, Dipolog, Ozamiz, Zamboanga, Cotabato, General Santos and Davao.