Carmina Romero, CEB corporate communications director, announces the JUNEdependence sale at a press conference in Bacolod City on Thursday.*
Cebu Pacific (CEB) on Thursday, June 9, launched its special JUNEdependence sale that will enable travelers to avail of its P12 one-way base fare to any of its destinations in the Philippines.
The JUNEdependence sale will enable travelers to book P12 one-way base fare tickets from Friday to Sunday, June 10 to 12, with a travel period from February 1 to May 31, 2023, Carmina Romero, CEB corporate communications director, said at a press conference in Bacolod City.
CEB’s newest sale encourages every Juan to keep looking ahead and enjoy the freedom of travel as it gives super low rates to all Philippine destinations in its network – both iconic and off-the-beaten path destinations, she said.
Passengers may choose to go on vacation at famous leisure destinations such as Cebu, Bohol, Siargao, Boracay, and Davao, or reunite with their loved ones in General Santos, Ozamiz, Surigao, Zamboanga, and Calbayog, a statement from the airline said.
“This sale gives passengers many things to look forward to as they book with very low fares now, and travel at a later time. This also gives them plenty of room to plan their itinerary way in advance to make sure they make the most out of their trip in 2023,” it added.
Romero said the airline is not increasing its fare rates despite the increase in fuel cost. CEB continues to offer its guaranteed low fares to stimulate travel across its widest domestic network, she said.
The CEBSuperSeatFest also includes super low rates to some international destinations as the airline ramps up its network outside the Philippines. Promo fares to Seoul, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, and Japan, among others, are also up for grabs during this three-day sale, she added.
Those who wish to avail of the sale can book seats now via www.cebupacificair.com , Romero said.
She said as of April 2022 CEB had restored its 100 percent pre-pandemic capacity, with 350 flights a day.
It now has six flights from Bacolod to Manila and one to Cebu daily, she said.
It is also ramping up its flights from Manila to Singapore and Sydney on July 1 and from Cebu to Seoul on July 3, Romero added.
CEB continues to implement a multi-layered approach to safety, while it operates with a 100 percent fully vaccinated crew, 95 percent of whom have been boosted, she said.
Passengers are required to wear masks while onboard the aircraft as a safety precaution, she also said.
However, the CEB jet fleet also has hospital-grade HEPA filters that sanitize the air every two minutes, Romero assured.*