Cebu Pacific commits to keep flight services more affordable and convenient

Cebu Pacific Chief Commercial Officer Xander Lao, VP for Marketing and Customer Experience Candice Iyog, and Chief Financial Officer Mark Cezar.

Despite the added operating costs brought about by the ongoing pandemic and the continuously sky-rocketing fuel prices, Cebu Pacific remains committed to offering the lowest fares across its flight network. The country’s No. 1 airline also promises to continue making air traveling much easier and safer in the new normal.

“We want to make sure passengers will never worry about traveling getting expensive,” said Cebu Pacific VP for Marketing and Customer Experience Candice Iyog. “Cebu Pacific has been known for our fare deals. We will continue such promos.”


Special 7.7 seat sale

Thus, Cebu Pacific has an ongoing special 7.7 sale lasting from July 7 to 11, offering flights for as low as ₱188 (one-base fare) for domestic routes on sale. Travel period from September 1, 2022 to January 31, 2023.

This promo is simultaneous with a special international seat sale with the same travel period to key offshore destinations for as low as ₱499 (one-way base fare). The promo includes flights to Singapore, South Korea, Hong Kong, Ho Chi Minh, Hanoi, Taipei, Bangkok, and others.

“We are pleased to see more people confidently flying again, not just within the Philippines but even abroad,” said Cebu Pacific Chief Commercial Officer Xander Lao. “This positive development has not only allowed us to carry more passengers but also boosted our cargo service.”

Restoring pre-pandemic capacity

At the same time, Cebu Pacific is near completion in restoring its pre-pandemic systemwide capacity as it continues to resume flying to domestic and international routes. The carrier now floes 340 flights on average—covering 34 domestic and 18 international destinations, equivalent to about 64,000 seats daily.

Cebu Pacific has fully restored its pre-pandemic domestic capacity in April 2022. It has already surpassed its December 2018 level for domestic capacity as it marks 109% restoration in July 2022.

The airline has achieved a 7-star safety rating from for its Covid-19 compliance. It continues to roll out a multi-layered approach to safety while operating with a 100% fully vaccinated crew, 95% of whom have been boosted—all to ensure everyJuan flies safely and conveniently on Cebu Pacific.

“Cebu Pacific will continue to make everything digital as possible for safety and convenience. From the time of booking to checking in, getting insurance, and adding of bags, we make sure things can be done online. We are also working on making it easier on the ground so that when a passenger gets to the airport, he or she can print their own backpack or luggage, for faster processing,” Iyog added.