CebuPac aids Philstar.com's Donaire coverage in Macau
By AJ Bolando Updated Wednesday June 04, 2014 - 3:16pm

What was expected to be a down-the-wire match between Nonito Donaire and Simipiwe Vetyeka ended unexpectedly after four rounds and later won by the "Filipino Flash" at the Cotai Arena of The Venetian in Macau last May 31.

Like the abrupt fight, Philstar.com's coverage team's flight from Macau to Manila, Cebu Pacific flight 5J 363, arrived 25 minutes ahead of schedule and landed smoothly. The journey offered an assurance of safety, which is in stark contrast to Donaire's cut in the left eye that rendered the boxer unable to continue.

Before leaving Manila, the team composed of writers and a photographer already reserved their seats online via Cebu Pacific's web check-in service, where passengers can do it with just few clicks, thereby saving precious time.

The whole Cebu Pacific crew, from ground personnel up to the flight attendants, welcomed guests with a warm smile and accommodating service.

Traveling more than a thousand kilometers from Manila to Macau (vice-versa) has never been more affordable with the Gokongwei-owned airline, which has two daily trips via a 180-passenger-capacity Airbus 320.

Known for being a budget-carrier flight, the airline makes improve passengers' travel experience with wide range of in-flight food items and beverages, including their best-selling chicken adobo and favorite local beers.

Traveling is more fun when you can save money with Cebu Pacific's budget-friendly service, where everyone is a winner.


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Cebu Pacific flies to Macau from Manila daily and from Clark four times weekly, for as low as PHP1,699. For bookings, go to www.cebupacificair.com

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