Cebu Pacific enjoyed a considerable increase in
passengers flying to Korea and Japan in the first half of 2010
when compared to the same period in 2009.
“The number of our passengers to Korea grew by
10%, while our passengers to Japan grew by 56%, based on
year-on-year growth figures from January-June 2009 and 2010. We
will continue to offer CEB’s trademark low fares to encourage even
more to visit the Philippines and other international
destinations,” said CEB VP for Marketing and Distribution Candice
Because of this, the airline is offering a Korea
and Japan seat sale from 12-14 August, or until seats sell out,
for travel from 1 October to 30 November 2010.
Manila-Osaka seats are on sale for the ‘Go’ fare
of P3,999, while Manila-Seoul (Incheon), Cebu-Seoul and Cebu-Busan
seats are up for grabs for the ‘Go Lite’ seat sale fare of P2,899.
Those with check-in luggage need to add P100 to the ‘Go Lite’ fares
when making their booking.
CEB flies from Manila and Cebu to Seoul (Incheon)
daily, and from Cebu to Busan twice weekly. Meanwhile, the airline
flies from Manila to Osaka thrice weekly. It plans to make its
Manila-Seoul (Incheon) flights twice daily in January 2011, after
the expected delivery of new Airbus A320 aircraft in
the last quarter of 2010.
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