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Cebu Pacific to Launch Manila - Doha Flights

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Cebu Pacific is to launch twice weekly direct flights between Manila and Doha, Qatar, on 4 June 2015.

Cebu Pacific will be the only Philippine carrier flying between these two cities.

Introductory Manila-Doha fares start at PHP888, for sale until 22 March 2015 or until seats last. The seat sale fare, which is the cost of approximately five movie tickets, can be used for travel from 4 June to 31 December 2015.

After the seat sale, Cebu Pacifics lowest year-round fares between Manila and Doha start at PHP9,488.

The non-stop service will depart Manila every Monday and Thursday, at 21:35 to arrive in Doha at 02:45 the next day. The return flight will depart Doha every Tuesday and Friday, at 04:15 to arrive in Manila at 18:35.

This new route will utilize Cebu Pacifics brand-new Airbus A330-300 aircraft, with a configuration of 436 all-economy class seats.

 Hot meals, seats with extra legroom and Wi-Fi onboard, among others, are options that can be added to the fare.

We are excited to offer Cebu Pacifics trademark low fares to travelers in Doha, especially since we are the only low-cost carrier operating this route. With our expanding network, Qatar becomes more accessible from the Philippines, and the Filipino community can reunite with their families more often, said Cebu Pacific General Manager for Long-Haul Division, Alex Reyes.

Qatar has the third-largest Filipino community in the Middle East. The route will serve over 260,000 Filipinos in Qatar, based on Philippine Overseas Employment Administration 2009 stock estimates.

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