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Two good news for [tag]Boracay[/tag] bound passengers next year!
First, [tag]South East Asian Airlines[/tag] is doing a Cebu Pacific, and offering a seat sale on their 11th anniversary.
Patrick Tan, vice president for commercial affairs, said, “To celebrate our 11th birthday, we will slash fares from P2,070 to about P540.”
The amounts do not include regular surcharges and tax.
The seat sale runs from Dec. 15 to Dec. 26. The travel period is from Jan. 1 to March 31, 2007.
If you’re travelling international via a low cost carrier from [tag]Manila[/tag], you’ll be paying 3 fees at the airport: the Php 1,620 travel tax (though I think this is only for residents/citizens), Php550 airport tax, and the new Php200 [tag]security tax[/tag].
The security fee, recently approved by the MIAA Board, will be used for the “total upgrading” of security equipment at the NAIA terminals, added Oscar Paras, MIAA senior assistant general manager, in an interview with Inquirer. This would include the purchase of new surveillance cameras and state-of-the-art X-ray machines, among others.