Cebu Pacific Air, the Philippines' largest airline, is offering a special 50% discount on fares to Manila until January 19 or until seats last. This is for travel between February 1 and May 31.
Passengers looking to travel from Dubai, Doha, Kuwait and Riyadh can take advantage of this exclusive 50% off seat sale and the airline’s non-stop services to Manila.
From Manila, passengers can easily utilise the airline’s comprehensive domestic network that marks the carrier as the most convenient choice when traveling to the Philippines.
“This 50% off seat sale to Manila is a great opportunity for Filipino expats and tourists to fly to the Philippines,” said Alex Reyes, the airline’s general manager for Long-Haul Division.
“It’s just in time for the tropical summer season in the country, so visitors can plan diving trips or fun outdoor adventures like sky cycling or flying trapeze,” he added.
Cebu Pacific’s domestic network includes multiple daily flights to Puerto Princesa (Palawan), gateway to the Tubbataha Reef National Park, a Unesco World Heritage Site and one of the most diverse dive sites in the world.
“As we continue to expand our operations in the Middle East, we are proud to keep offering the fastest flights and the lowest fares home, so more travelers can make the most of their trips,” Reyes said.
The airline recently announced that its Middle East routes were among its fastest growing routes in 2015. It serves four Middle Eastern cities with 16 weekly non-stop flights to Manila.Last updated:
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