Cebu Pacific pushes for Cebu-Korea travel with seat sale promo as low as P2,899. Cebu Pacific also offers Manila-Seoul, Manila-Osaka seat sale fares
Low fare leader Cebu Pacific (CEB) promotes its flights to South Korea and Japan with a seat sale from October 12-13, 2010 or until seats last, for travel from December 1-31, 2010.
Guests traveling from Manila and Cebu to Seoul (Incheon), and Cebu to Pusan can avail of P2,899 ‘Go Lite’ seats. Seoul is the largest city in South Korea, while Pusan, the 2nd largest city, is known for being the venue of the country’s international film festival.
Meanwhile, Cebu Pacific is also offering the seat sale ‘Go’ fare of P3,999 from Manila to Osaka. This former capital of Japan and third most populated city is a train ride away from the cultural attractions of Kyoto, and a bus or train ride away from the busy capital of Tokyo.
After the seat sale, the lowest year-round ‘Go Lite’ fare from Manila and Cebu to Seoul (Incheon), and from Cebu to Pusan is P3,999. The airline flies daily to Seoul from Manila and Cebu, and four times weekly to Pusan from Cebu. It is set to increase its Manila-Seoul flights to twice daily starting February 2011.
Likewise, after the sale, the lowest year-round ‘Go’ fare from Manila to Osaka is P5,999. Cebu Pacific flies to Osaka thrice weekly.
“We offer the lowest fares between Cebu and South Korea, especially with this seat sale. Cebu Pacific hopes this will continue to encourage travelers to visit the Philippines and other parts of the country,” said Cebu Pacific VP for Marketing and Distribution Candice Iyog.
“From South Korea or Japan, guests can also continue to other Southeast Asian countries such as Singapore, Jakarta, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur and Kota Kinabalu,” she added.
For booking and inquiries, guests can visit www.cebupacificair.com or http://funtours.cebupacificair.com or call (02) 7020-888 or (032) 230-8888. Those without credit cards can still book online and pay via payment centers such as LBC and Cebu Pacific partner banks.
Cebu Pacific operates the youngest aircraft fleet in the country, and will take delivery of three brand new A320 aircraft in the last quarter of 2010.