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Cebu Pacific Seat Sale

Cebu Pacific Kuala Lumpur Seat Sale
Oh my freakin gosh, [tag]Cebu Pacific[/tag] is having another seat sale: one-way [tag]Kuala Lumpur[/tag] tickets for only Php999!

From their website:

Cebu Pacific’s Kuala Lumpur seat sale for only P999

Cebu Pacific (CEB), the country’s low-fare leader offers a seat sale to Kuala Lumpur, [tag]Malaysia[/tag] for only P999 one-way. Sale period is from November 14-20, 2006 and is good for travel from November 30, 2006 to January 31, 2007.

After the seat sale the lowest year-round ‘Go’ fare to Kuala Lumpur starts at P1499 one-way. CEB’s fare is almost 90% less than the lowest fare from [tag]Manila[/tag] to Kuala Lumpur. The promo and year-round ‘Go’ fares are exclusive of surcharges and government tax.

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Kuala Lumpur via Cebu Pacific

We interrupt our regular programming for this awesome announcement I received in the mail today:

Introducing [tag]Cebu Pacific[/tag]’s newest regional destination. . . KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA!

Fly from MANILA TO KUALA LUMPUR (vice versa) for only 1,499 pesos one-way!

Visit the truly Asian capital and experience the unique fusion of cultural heritage, colorful festivals and endless shopping on our introductory fare.

HURRY, catch the KUALA LUMPUR SEAT SALE from October 11 – 18, 2006 only! Travel period is from November 30, 2006 to January 31, 2007.

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Jetstar: Connecting Asia and Australia

So I was skulking around Jetstar's website again and discovered two things: The introduction of the StarClass for International flights on the A330; and Starting November 23, 2006, they will start flying from Melbourne and Sydney to Bangkok, Phuket (November 24), Vietnam (November 30), Denpasar (December 8) and Osaka (March 25, 2007) This is probably every backpacker/budget traveler's dream come…read more

Singapore via Cebu Pacific! – Updated!

Cebu Pacific’s website and booking facilities now includes Singapore! I tried booking to see how much the fare would cost.

The promo fare (buy from July 20 – 26, travel from Aug 31 – Oct 19) amounts to PHP 6,327.00.

The non-promo fare amounts to Php 8,327.00 roundtrip.

Not bad, eh? It comes out higher than Tiger Airway’s roundtrip fares, but at least you get to fly from (the pitiful) NAIA Terminal 1. The question now is, how will their service fare compared to their competitors’?

One downside to Cebu Pacific’s new route is the time. Though they will be flying to and from Singapore daily, the timing is a bit off:

Departure from Manila is at 8:30pm, arrive in Singapore at 11:55pm
Departure from Singapore is at 12:40am, arrive in Manila at 4:05am

I suppose it’s great if you need to be in Singapore or Manila for a meeting the following day, hahaha. It’d suck if you’re paying for accommodations in Singapore because you’d be paying for a whole night when you’d only be staying for only half of it. I’m so glad I have relatives in Singapore. :D
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Singapore via Cebu Pacific?

It seems so. I found this startling message in one of the forums I frequent:
Introducing Cebu Pacific's newest destination. . . SINGAPORE! Fly from MANILA to SINGAPORE (vice versa) for only 1,499 pesos! HURRY, catch the SINGAPORE SEAT SALE from July 20 - 26, 2006 only! Travel period is from August 31, 2006 to October 19, 2006. Fare is exclusive of applicable fees, taxes and surcharges. Book online now at cebupacificair.com or call 70-20-888 or visit the travel agent nearest you. CLICK HERE: For more details about our Singapore service. Fly Cebu Pacific to SingaFOR only 1,499 pesos.
There's no announcement in their website yet, so I was having doubts whether it's true (though the poster claims he received the announcement via e-mail & sms from Cebu Pacific). In another forum, I found out that it is true.

Calling all travellers!

Tigerairways is having one of their SG$9.98 fare promos again! Christmas has arrived early this year. With fares starting from S$9.98 one way, you'll have more in your pocket to spend on the holiday you really want. Shop till you drop in Bangkok or soak in the views of Hanoi and Darwin. Whatever you want to do during these winter…read more