Friday, January 22, 2010

Cebu Pacific’s brand new A319 flies to Puerto Princesa

Cebu Pacific (CEB) flies its brand new Airbus A319 for the first time today, June 8, 2006, between Manila and Puerto Princesa, Palawan.

Candice Iyog, CEB marketing director said, "Cebu Pacific is committed to the growth of local tourism. As we utilize the A319's, our aircraft capacity effectively increases by 36%. This means we will be able to carry more travelers to visit and enjoy the Philippines' last frontier."

The 150-seater Airbus A319 aircraft is known for its low maintenance and fuel cost efficiency. These operational savings allows CEB to continue offering its trademark value fares to its customers.

"Our 'Go' fares offering will allow our passengers to travel from Manila to Puerto Princesa for as low as P568 one-way. We know that Puerto Princesa is one of the country's top summer destinations, but with the airline's low fares and brand new aircraft, we hope to make Puerto Princesa a popular destination all year round," she added.

Ms. Iyog also emphasized that the easiest way to grab the lowest 'Go' fare is through their website 'Go' fares are available year round -- not promotional – and exclusive of regular surcharges and government tax.

CEB's expansion program is well underway as it awaits the delivery of six more brand new Airbus aircraft to complete its re-fleeting program by early 2007. Today, the airline also started flying to their newest destination, Laoag, Ilocos Norte.

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