Cebu Pacific Air
Category: Hotels & Travel
In March 1996, Cebu Pacific entered the market with a promise to give "low fare, great value" to every Juan who wanted to fly. After offering low fares to domestic destinations, CEB launched its international operations on November 2001 and now flies to Bangkok, Busan, Guangzhou, Ho Chi Minh, Hong Kong, Jakarta, Kota Kinabalu, Kuala Lumpur, Macau, Osaka, Seoul, Shanghai, Singapore and Taipei. In short, destinations, where one can go shopping and sightseeing!
To get every Juan to more places everyday, CEB operates a fleet of 33 Airbus (10 A319 and 23 A320) and 8 ATR 72-500 aircraft, the youngest fleet in the Philippines. With the completion of the re-fleeting program, our capacity has doubled.
CEB offers the lowest year round Lite Fares for its destinations. CEB remains to be the pioneer in creative pricing strategies as it manages to offer the lowest fare in every route it operates.
Cebu Pacific is not just the leader in low fares but also in innovation and creativity! CEB is the first local airline to introduce e-ticketing, prepaid excess baggage and seat selection in the Philippines. Guests have also learned to anticipate a uniquely upbeat flying experience with CEB, as this is the only domestic carrier that offers fun in the skies with its games on board popularly known as Fun Flights, together with its entertaining inflight magazine ? Smile.
CEB also partnered with various destination hotels, car rental service, travel insurance and entertainment ticketing service, to provide its guests a more convenient travel experience. On time performance, schedule reliability and a smooth, comfortable flight are just some of the things that the air-traveling public has come to expect from Cebu Pacific.
I would recommend this airline only for domestic flights in the Philippines but not for international flights.
I was booking for a trip home which means XM-MNL then another flight to my hometown. I even avoided the peak season during the Chinese New Year holiday so the rates will not be too high but to my surprise the rates reached up to 4,0000rmb. I was so surprised because i even tried to book it 2 months before. When I checked the rate from the other airline (PAL), their rate was 1,000rmb cheaper and it includes the food already and service is waaaayyy much better. Even if I stay overnight in Manila still my expenses to stay overnight there will not cause me 1000rmb.
You get what you pay for. Endless delays, luggage restrictions, and smarmy customer service reps... That being said, it gets you where you're going for cheap.
You get what you pay for. Don't expect free meals or drinks. For a two and a half hour travel to Manila and if you are a budget traveller, Cebu Pacific is fine. Just make sure that your travel dates will not change, otherwise, you might end up paying high extra costs for rebooking, fare differences, etc.
The Xiamen - Manila flights almost always have lower prices than Philippine Airlines or China Southern. The Cebu Pacific site is the first I always check for ticket prices when planning a trip to the Philippines. I'd say they provide standard services but for a 2-3 hour flight it's perfect! I hope they can keep the low prices for a long time.
poor service, average looking stewardess, bad attitude