Friday, January 22, 2010

Cebu Pacific Adds more flights to Hong Kong

Cebu Pacific Adds more flights to Hong Kong

Cebu Pacific (CEB) will add another frequency to its Manila-Hong Kong route, increasing its flights from 14 to 17 times weekly, starting April 3, 2006.

The additional service is scheduled to operate on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. The Manila- Hong Kong flight departs at 7:25 p.m. while the Hong Kong – Manila flight leaves at 10:10 p.m. 'Go' fares for Hong Kong start at P1,999 one way and are available year-round.

"The additional service is brought about by market growth and the constant increase in CEB passenger loads since the introduction of the Hong Kong 'Go' fares in January 2006," said Cebu Pacific General Manager, Danilo Mojica II.

He emphasized that the re-launch of their website ( with real time booking had a major impact on their market growth. "With the new website, we are more accessible and always available," he said.

"We are happy to give this opportunity to a lot of our kababayans in Hong Kong. Now they can visit their families in the Philippines more often, or bring their families to Hong Kong. Aside from this, we see that the Filipinos are starting to appreciate the concept of booking early, paying less and enjoying its benefit," Mojica added.

The airline opened its first regional office in Kowloon, Hong Kong last October 2005 to facilitate ticket sales and function as a customer service desk for the large OFW market in Hong Kong. CEB's Hong Kong office also handles the airline's promotion and marketing efforts in HK, China, Macao, Taiwan and Japan.

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