Asia’s third-largest low cost carrier Cebu Pacific (CEB) extends its 30 kilo free Cebu Pacific baggage allowance promotion for all international flights to/from Clark’s Diosdado Macapagal International Airport (DMIA).
This promo is for Clark passengers traveling to and from Hong Kong, Macau, Singapore and Bangkok.
CEB flies six times weekly from Clark to Hong Kong, four times weekly to Macau, and daily to Singapore (starting December 12) with the lowest year-round ‘Go Lite’ fare of P1,899 for the three destinations including the Cebu Pacific baggage allowance.
The airline will also add an additional frequency to its Clark-Bangkok service starting December 12 (making it thrice weekly), with the lowest possible ‘Go Lite’ year-round fare of P2,899.
We are extending this successful Cebu Pacific baggage allowance promo to give more chances for guests to take advantage of this special Clark offer,” said CEB VP for Marketing and Distribution Candice Iyog.
“A lot of our passengers expressed delight over the 30 kilo free Cebu Pacific baggage allowance promo because it allows them to bring more pasalubongs and luggage to their destinations, especially during the holidays.
“We hope there will be more passengers taking advantage of Clark being an alternative airport to Manila, since it is just one hour from the National Capital Region and nearer guests in Northern Luzon,” he added.
Asia’s third largest low-cost carrier, CEB was the first domestic carrier to make Clark one of its operational hubs last November 2008. It continues to be the largest airline flying from Clark, with the most number of destinations and most number of flights. CEB also continues to be the only airline servicing the Clark-Cebu route.
Cebu Pacific Launches New Travel Options
Now offers name change, travel fund to passengers
Starting December 1, 2009, leading domestic airline Cebu Pacific (CEB) will offer new products for the additional convenience of its guests in addition to the Cebu Pacific baggage allowance.
The name change option allows passengers to transfer their tickets to another passenger for a fee.
Meanwhile, the travel fund allows passengers to use the value of changed flights within 90 days from the date the fund is created, or to transfer the booking to another passenger. The fund eliminates the waiting time for refunds. Passengers can immediately use the stored amount for their next booking.
Under the new rules, passengers can change their ticket more than one day before departure date. This includes modifying flight, route, date of travel and name, or canceling flights.
Involuntary flight disruptions (such as cancellations or delays by CEB) of three hours or more allows passengers to refund or store booking in the Travel Fund for future travel without penalties within 30 days.
In cases of situations beyond the airline’s control (like weather), tickets are not refundable but passengers may rebook flights without penalties as long as travel is completed within 30 days. Passengers may also store booking in the Travel Fund, but with a penalty since these disruptions are beyond CEB’s control.
“The new policy and Travel Fund benefit passengers by allowing them the use of travel credits anytime within its validity period,” CEB vice president for marketing and distribution Candice Iyog said.
“Our low fares and improved on-time performance (OTP) led to a steady increase in passengers and their concern for convenience is an important consideration for CEB. The new business policy provides greater flexibility to passengers while retaining the advantage of very low fares including the Cebu Pacific baggage allowance,” CEB vice president for marketing and distribution Candice she added.
CEB has the most number of inter-island routes and flight connections from its hubs in Clark, Manila, Cebu and Davao.
Cebu Pacific promo fares for other domestic routes are available at www.cebupacificair.com or through the reservations hotlines (02)702-0888 Manila and (032)230-8888 Cebu and pay through CEB ticketing offices, online, or via ATM or over the counter in partner banks.
Partner banks include Robinsons Savings Bank, Banco de Oro and Metrobank (for over the counter payments), and Bancnet and Megalink members (for ATM payments).