Cebu Pacific will mount a second daily service to Singapore starting June 6, 2008 in response to the growing demand for flights to serve this route.
Using CEB’s 179-seater A320 aircraft, the second Manila-Singapore service will depart from Manila at 06:25am and arrive in Singapore at 09:50am. The return flight leaves Singapore at 10:35am and arrives in Manila at 02:00pm.
Candice Iyog, CEB VP for marketing and product, said, ‘Our high loads for this route has driven us to add another frequency and at the same time provide a convenient schedule for both business and leisure travelers.’
Iyog added, ‘We are also very happy to serve the growing market for Filipino workers in Singapore who can now come home to the Philippines more frequently because of CEB’s trademark low fares.’
One-way fare to Singapore starts at P1,999 one way, exclusive of taxes and surcharges.
CEB will have the most number of direct flights to Singapore from the Philippines than any other Filipino carrier with 14 flights weekly from Manila and five flights weekly from Cebu.
CEB also announced that it will fly direct to Singapore from Davao three-times weekly beginning May 8, 2008.
Iyog explained that the best way to get CEB’s lowest ‘Go’ fares to any destination is through its website, cebupacificair.com., though this is available through CEB ticket offices and accredited travel agents.
Now in its 12th year, CEB has the youngest fleet of aircraft in the Philippines. CEB flies to 12 international and soon to be 21 domestic destinations with the addition of Boracay (Caticlan) beginning February 29, 2008.