Cebu Pacific celebrates Kadayawan Festival via Davao route seat sale

(Press Release)

The Philippines’ leading airline Cebu Pacific goes all out to support the first face-to-face Kadayawan Festival since the pandemic, contributing as a gold sponsor to the event.  To stimulate travel to the region, the budget carrier has an ongoing seat sale exclusive to the Davao region that will run until August 26, 2022. Experience Davao for as low as ₱88 one-way base fare, for travels until January 31, 2023.

Over the weekend, Cebu Pacific brought to Davao a few adventure-travel bloggers and online lifestyle journalists from Manila to experience the rich culture, sights, and sounds of Kadayawan in Davao City, in partnership with several tourism establishments.

“We are happy to finally celebrate Kadayawan face-to-face after a long time. We appreciate the support of Cebu Pacific and other Philippine carriers in enticing both local and foreign tourists to visit Davao and its surrounding areas. Davao has so much to offer, whether it’s cultural heritage, outdoor adventure, island experience, or delicious Filipino food,” said Department of Tourism Davao (DOT 11) Regional Director Tanya Rabat-Tan.

Cebu Pacific’s float concept is based from APO DUWALING, a combination of Davao’s three natural wonders: Mt. Apo, Durian, and Waling-waling.

“We want to give everyJuan convenient and affordable air travel, that is why we encourage families, friends, and even solo backpackers to take advantage of this promo and fly to Davao. Likewise, those from Davao can also book to other destinations in the country, like Bohol, Cebu, Iloilo, and Zamboanga,” said Carmina Romero, Corporate Communications Director of Cebu Pacific.

Davao is one of the pioneer routes of Cebu Pacific, with the maiden Manila-Davao-Manila service in 1996. In 2008, the airline designated the Davao City International Airport as its hub in Mindanao. It remains as one of its largest hubs to date.

Cebu Pacific Moment Makers, Mur and Eve, together with Bb. Pilipinas 2018 Supranational Jehza Huelar, are all smiles as they represent the airline during the Pamulak Parade last August 21.

Starting August 24, Cebu Pacific will increase its flight frequency between Davao and Zamboanga, from five times to seven times weekly.  The airline currently flies eight times daily from Manila to Davao, thrice daily from Davao to Cebu, thrice weekly from Davao to Bohol (every Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday), and daily from Davao to Iloilo.

The airline continues to offer its guaranteed low fares to stimulate travel across its widest domestic network and continues to implement a multi-layered approach to safety.

 

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