Cebu Pacific international flights for as low as PHP 699

Cebu Pacific, the Philippines’ leading airline, is encouraging everyJuan to fly with its special seat sale to all its international destinations.

Beginning 10AM on December 16, 2022, until January 2, 2023, passengers may avail themselves of tickets for as low as PHP 699 one-way base fare (exclusive of fees and surcharges).

Travel period is from December 16, 2022 until May 31, 2023 – allowing travelers to make last-minute holiday trips possible or plan their dream vacations ahead to any of its 19 international destinations.

“We know that many are raring to fly outside the Philippines as more neighboring countries ease their travel restrictions. It is very encouraging to see more people confidently flying again and this is their chance to travel affordably through our seat sales,” said Carmina Romero, Cebu Pacific Corporate Communications Director.

CEB boosted its international footprint as it added more flights to Brunei, Jakarta, Seoul, Taipei, and Hong Kong. It has also resumed its international flights out of Davao, with direct flights to Singapore, and out of Cebu, with direct flights to Seoul, and Singapore.

Whether it is for food-tripping in Vietnam, sightseeing in Japan, Christmas shopping in Bangkok, or simply relaxation in Bali – CEB is making all these travel goals possible through its low fares.

Passengers with existing travel funds may use these to pay for flights and add-ons during CEB’s seat sales. Apart from Travel Fund, other payment options may also be used, such as payment centers, credit/debit cards, and e-wallets.

To date, CEB flies to a total of 34 domestic and 19 international destinations. The airline continues to implement a multi-layered approach to safety while it operates with a 100% fully vaccinated crew, 98% of whom have been boosted – all to ensure everyJuan flies safely and conveniently on Cebu Pacific.

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