Pasay–(PHStocks)–The Philippines’ largest national flag carrier, Cebu Pacific Air (PSE: CEB) congratulates the Korea Tourism Organization (KTO) on the launch of its first satellite office in Manila with a 50% off seat sale to South Korea, from 4-7 June 2012 or until seats last.
For travel from 1 August to 30 November 2012, passengers can buy seats at 50% off from Manila to Busan or Incheon (Seoul), or from Cebu to Busan or Incheon (Seoul). CEB operates up to 29 flights weekly between the Philippines and South Korea.
“We welcome KTO to the Philippines with this 50% off seat sale to Seoul and Busan. Their presence in the Philippines can help positively drum up demand for travel to South Korea,” said CEB VP for Marketing and Distribution Candice Iyog.
CEB also holds a 50% off seat sale from Manila to Osaka for the same travel period.
Meanwhile, for travel from 1 July to 31 October 2012, passengers can also buy PhP688 seats from Cebu or Kalibo to Hong Kong, and from Clark to Macau.
For travel from August 1 to October 31, 2012, passengers can buy P688 seats from Clark to Bangkok or Hong Kong, and PhP1,488 seats from Clark or Cebu to Singapore.
International Lite Fares are inclusive of 7 kilos hand-carry baggage allowance but exclusive of check-in baggage, government taxes, fees and fuel surcharges ranging from $15-$50.
Domestic seats are also up for grabs, for travel from 1 August to 31 October 2012. This includes PhP1,188 all-in fares from Manila to Dumaguete or Kalibo, and from Cebu to Siargao or Puerto Princesa.
PhP1,488 all-in fares are also available from Manila to Busuanga, Caticlan, Puerto Princesa or Tagbilaran; and from Cebu to Caticlan.
These all-in domestic fares are inclusive of fuel surcharge, administrative fee, aviation security fee, 12% VAT and 7 kilos hand carry baggage allowance. Flight changes are permitted with PhP800 rebooking fee and PhP900 cancellation fee.
“This domestic seat sale to the Philippines’ top tourist destinations offers the best travel savings for those who wish to travel during the three-day weekends in August or catch events such as the Silliman Founder’s Day in Dumaguete or surfing tournaments in Siargao. Of course, beach-lovers travel to Boracay, Palawan or Bohol year-round for rest and relaxation,” Iyog added.