Cebu Pacific slashes prices on Aussie routes for its latest sale

A Cebu Pacific Airbus A330-941 plane, registration RP-C3902, powering down the main north-south runway of Sydney Kingsford-Smith Airport as flight 5J39 to Manila.  In the background are fuel storage tanks.  A yellow buoy marks the airport exclusion zone. This image was taken from Botany Bay, Kyeemagh on a sunny afternoon on 18 November 2023.
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    Cebu Pacific (CEB) has launched its 3.3 seat sale this March in honour of its 28th anniversary.

    From 3-7 March, CEB passengers can book flights to Manila for as low as $189 from Melbourne and $199 from Sydney for a one-way all-in fare.

    The travel period will run from August 1, 2024, to September 30, 2024, allowing guests to book their flights in advance and discover the different natural gems that the Philippines has to offer.

    What’s more, CEB is also offering up to 28 per cent off on its GO Easy and GO Flexi bundles for the whole month to further offer the best value to travellers planning to go on budget trips.

    From Manila, international passengers can fly to 29 other local destinations.

    CEB flew its maiden flight on March 8, 1996, from Manila to Cebu. Since then, over 200 million passengers have been serviced by the airline. CEB is offering its 3.3 seat sale as a way to thank its passengers for their unwavering support to the airline for the past 28 years.

    With CEB’s inter-island connectivity, guests no longer need to transfer to another airport terminal to explore the airline’s wide domestic network.

    Passengers may use their existing Travel Funds to book flights and avail themselves of add-ons. CEB also offers multiple payment options, including payment centres, credit or debit cards, and e-wallets.

    CEB currently flies to 35 domestic and 24 international destinations spread across Asia, Australia, and the Middle East.

    Featured Image: A Cebu Pacific Airbus A330 at Sydney Kingsford-Smith Airport – iStock/SCM Jeans

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