The Philippines’ Cebu Pacific (CEB) is marking its 25th anniversary with its first-ever month-long PHP 25 seat sale, a 3-day Piso Fare fest, among many other offerings.
The popular low-cost Filipino carrier started offering its PHP 25 seat sale on March 1, 2021, to last until March 31, for CEB flights to any Philippine destination up to December 31.
Apart from the PHP 25 month-long seat sale, CEB is also offering 25% off for flight add-ons and of course, its trademark piso sale: Cebu Pacific also starts its 3-day Super Seat Fest PHP 1 fare from March 3 to 5 for all domestic destinations.
CEB operates the widest domestic network in the Philippines, offering safe, affordable, and seamless flights to and from key cities in the Visayas and Mindanao. It also supports the local tourism industry with its regular flights to famous leisure spots such as Boracay, Bohol, Coron, Siargao, and Puerto Princesa.
“On our 25th year, we remain humbled to be part of our passengers’ stories and life journeys. We are in full support of the simplification of travel requirements, and expect to welcome more guests onto our flights in the coming months,” said Candice Iyog, CEB VP for marketing and customer experience.
CEB took to the skies for the first time on March 08, 1996, flying from Manila to its hometown Cebu. Since then, it has been committed to fly where Filipinos are – from its first international flight to Hong Kong in 2001, to its first low-cost long-haul flight to Dubai in 2013.
The airline also received its first ATR 72-500 in 2008, which paved way for it to boost inter-island connection and expand its domestic network. Because of its wide network and promo fares, especially its piso sales pioneered in 2004, CEB has consistently made flying accessible for everyjuan.
CEB has also taken part in numerous passenger moments — such as when a passenger from Dubai gave birth en route to Manila in 2016, to the surprise of its 150 millionth passenger upon arrival in Cagayan de Oro in October 2017. Its passengers have also enriched the lives of children in marginalized communities all over the Philippines as the total donations for UNICEF’s Change for Good program reached USD 1 million in 2019
“Throughout our 25 years, we have celebrated countless wonderful moments with our guests. We look forward to #MoreSmilesAhead, as everyJuan flies again,” Iyog added.
Cebu Pacific has been implementing its Juan Effect: sustainable travel on-air and on-site in Siargao to protect the area.
The airline has also collaborated with Filipino celebrity Anne Curtis and UNICEF for a nutrition initiative.
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