Zest Air Manila-Cebu soon to be linked to Davao, Puerto Princesa

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Thursday, November 29, 2012


ZEST Air, one of the country's leading budget airlines, is offering direct flights from its Cebu hub going to Davao and Puerto Princesa in Palawan starting December 20.

Zest Air is also currently offering five flights daily from Cebu to Manila (and vice-versa).

So what are you waiting for? Now is your chance to visit Puerto Princesa in Palawan and explore its Underground River, the 7th wonder of nature.

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While at it, you can also go to Davao to savor its exotic Durian fruit or simply lie down in one of the province's white sand beaches.

To book a flight, just follow these four easy steps being offered via Zest Air's ne w and improved website (www.flyzest.com).

First, select desired flight; second, enter passenger details; third, confirm flight details and services. For the fourth and final step, pay the required air fare (using any major credit card) and you'd soon be ready to fly. It's that easy with Zest Air's new online booking system.

Those who don't have Internet access may also call Zest Air's reservations hotline at (+632) 855-3333. To know more about Zest Air and to get the best deals, you can also check out www.flyzest.com.

You can also click "Like" on Zest Air's Official Facebook Fanpage at www.facebook.com/ZestAir or follow Zest Air at twitter.com/FlyZest.

The move forms part of the company's effort to further expand its service offerings.

Just recently, Zest Air also started offering flights from Manila to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, as well as new international flights from Clark to Incheon in Korea.

The two new routes have since hiked Zest Air's total international destinations to 14.

Zest Air currently offers international flights from Manila to Shanghai and vice-versa; to Incheon, Korea direct from Manila; to Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia from Clark and Manila as well as to Incheon and Busan in Korea from either Kalibo or Cebu.

It also offers flights to Jinjiang, China; to Beijing, China; and to Taipei, Taiwan coming from Kalibo or Cebu.

More international flights are also set to be offered this year.

Zest Air currently has an all Airbus fleet of 10 A/C, and is eyeing to expand its fleet with the acquisition of two more A320 aircraft by the end of this year.

It now also flies to over 18 domestic and international destinations such as Boracay via Kalibo, Busuanga, Davao, Cebu, Legazpi, Iloilo, Manila, Marinduque, Masbate, Puerto Princesa, Tablas, Tagbilaran, and Tacloban.

Published in the Sun.Star Davao newspaper on November 30, 2012.

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