The Philippines’ largest airline, Cebu Pacific Air, has launched an exclusive seat sale for its routes between the Middle East and the Philippines. The seat sale runs for two days starting today (May 30), for travel between January 1 and March 31, 2017.
For as low as QR349 (all-in, one-way fare), travellers from Doha can fly non-stop to Manila to experience sunny days by the crystal clear waters and a choice of a perfect getaway between three destinations. Passengers can also book connecting flights to other destinations on Cebu Pacific’s (CEB) extensive Philippine network with competitive fares.
The top three places in the Philippines to enjoy clear waters, colourful surf boards, and good vibes are La Union province, Siargao Island, and Baler, a provincial capital. Even better, every destination has the perfect surfing classes for beginners ready to ride the waves between October and May, which is the best time to surf in the country.
CEB vice president for Corporate Affairs, JR Mantaring, said: “People want to experience new destinations that will forever be memorable. The seat sale to the Philippines is a great way for travelers to benefit from low fares ensuring that they experience the best that the country has to offer.”
CEB offers flights to a network of more than 90 routes on 64 destinations, spanning Asia, Australia, the Middle East, and the US. For bookings and inquiries, guests can visit www.cebupacificair.com. For bookings and inquiries, guests may call Regency Travel and Tours at +974- 44861-521 or +974-444-75436.
The latest seat sales can be found on CEB’s official Facebook and Twitter pages. Guests may also download the Cebu Pacific official mobile app on the App Store and Google Play.
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