Cheap Flights Airfare: Cebu Pacific Launches New Laoag Service

Cebu Pacific (CEB) is adds another route to its domestic service with its three times weekly flights between Manila and Laoag City starting on June 8, 2006.

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The Manila-Laoag flight departs Manila every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 11:55am arriving 12:45pm and departs Laoag at 1:15pm arriving in Manila at 2:05pm.

Bong Mojica, CEB General Manager, says the Manila-Laoag service plays an important part in the airline's vision of making travel within the country a lot more affordable and convenient for both local and foreign travelers alike. Laoag, the capital of Ilocos Norte, is the province's commercial and industrial hub. The city is known for its pottery, furniture and woven products and is a popular tourist destination in North Luzon.

The Manila-Laoag route will be the first destination that will be regularly serviced by CEB in Northern Luzon. The route will be serviced by the airline's brand-new airbus A319 aircraft with 150-seating capacity.

"CEB will continue to expand its domestic operations and look for new routes in order to support the promotion of domestic tourism. By continuing to offer the lowest fares in all the markets we fly to and by introducing significantly lower fares in markets we enter we hope to achieve our vision of making air travel an option for more and more Filipinos," Mojica said.

The airline will introduce its Manila-Laoag (v.v.) service with a Seat Sale and a one-way fare of only P488, almost 80% less than the current air fare to Laoag. The sale will run from May 10 to 17 only. Travel date for the promo is from June 8 to October 19. After the Seat Sale, regular 'Go' fares to Laoag start at P888 one-way, still more than 60% less than the current airfare.

The 'Go' airfares are available year round -- not promotional - and exclusive of regular surcharges and government tax.

"We are confident that our low fares will once again stimulate traffic to the destination and bring down the fares to Laoag, making air travel much more affordable and ultimately benefiting the public and tourism," Mojica added.

Laoag is CEB's 17th domestic destination. CEB is now operating more than 500 flights a week for its domestic destinations and also flies to Hong Kong and Seoul, South Korea.

CEB pioneered low airfares in the country. It also introduced travelers to on-time service, e-ticketing, and on-line booking.

So if you're looking for discount airfares, be sure to book early!

[ First posted on 05/12/2006 by Manuel Viloria ]

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