Cebu Pacific rolls out biggest sale

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LEADING low-cost carrier, Cebu Pacific (CEB), will be putting on sale some one million seats and deals as it rolls out the Super Seat Fest this March.

"It is the biggest ever sale that we are mounting in the past 23 years," Cebu Pacific Corporate Communications director Charo Logarta-Lagamon said Thursday, February 21, during a press briefing at the Marco Polo Hotel Davao.

With March being the airline's anniversary month, Lagamon said the Super Seat Fest will not only offer seat sales but also other products and services of the airline.

She said there will be a different kind of sale that will be posted almost everyday on the airline's website and social media accounts.

The airline will have seat sales to over 60 destinations within its network. It will also be offering group deals for friends and families who wish to spend a vacation together.

Other deals the airline will offer include up to P100 off in inflight meals; up to 40 percent off in prepaid bag allowances; and up to 42 percent off in CEB Getaways hotel deals.

"Almost everyday there is something different for the entire month of March," Lagamon said.

Meanwhile, as it is set to receive new aircraft this year, the airline is bullish on its expansion in its operation as it targets to fly 200 million passengers by 2020.

Recently the airline received its first Airbus 321neo (New Engine Option). It is set to recieve 12 brand new aircraft this year which includes six A321neo; five A320neo; and an ATR 72-600.

The CEB and subsidiary Cebgo fly to 36 domestic and 26 international destinations, with over 107 routes spanning Asia, Australia, the Middle East, and United States of America.


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