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    Like Pacquiao's fight, CebuPac flight went without hitch
    By Alder Almo Updated Monday December 02, 2013 - 3:46pm

    Cebu Pacific's friendly crew made sure our flight to Macau went smoothly.

    Manny Pacquiao beat challenger Brandon Rios with relative ease much like the two-hour flight to Macau, which was a breeze.'s Pacquiao-Rios fight coverage team flew to the city of dreams on Wednesday night during the fight week on board Cebu Pacific. The two-hour flight which departed from Manila and landed in Macau was right on schedule (7:30 - 9:30 pm).

    The flight attendants have a ready smile to welcome you on board. Since it's a budget flight, there was no meal included but there are in-flight snacks that are being sold.  The seats are compact much like in Cebu Pacific's domestic flights but spacious enough to stretch your legs.

    There was nothing fancy with the flight except that it went smoothly. We were knocked out cold after lightly scanning Cebu Pacific's in-house travel magazine. Upon arrival in Macau, we were carried off the plane via shuttle going to the arrival area.

    It was pretty much the same heading back home a week after except that we were wide awake the whole flight. We ordered beer in can for Php100 each and we were able to down a couple before landing in Manila.

    Aside from the in-flight snacks and drinks, they also offer duty-free items to save you energy and effort in rounding up the airport mall.

    The plane left a little late than the scheduled departure time (10:15 pm - 12:15 am) due to runway traffic. But despite of the slight trouble, the flight went smoothly and still managed to arrive in Manila on time.

    We did not encounter problems locating our checked-in luggage in both flights. Save for that slight runway traffic, Cebu Pacific delivered a relatively comfortable and low-cost yet safe flight.


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