Friday, January 22, 2010

Cebu Pacific’s brand new A319 flies to Roxas

Cebu Pacific (CEB) will fly its brand new Airbus A319 for the first time on June 9, 2006, between Roxas and Manila.

The new aircraft will service the Roxas-Manila route four times weekly. The flight will operate on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays. The flight departs Manila at 12:25pm arriving Roxas at 1:20pm and leaves Roxas at 1:50pm arriving Manila at 2:45pm.

"Cebu Pacific is committed to the growth of local tourism. As we take delivery of our 7th and 8th brand new Airbus this month and as we start flying the A319 to and from Roxas, we will be increasing our capacity by 36% on the days we operate. This means that we will be able to offer our lowest fares to more and more people," said Candice Iyog, CEB marketing director.

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

"Our year-round 'Go' fares offering will allow our passengers to travel from Manila to Roxas for as low as P568 one-way. With our low fares and brand new aircraft, we are making it possible for more people to fly. This will certainly help boost local tourism in Roxas and the surrounding areas," she added.

Ms. Iyog also emphasized that the best and 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.

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