CebuPac knocks down costly flights to Macau

Traveling overseas has never been this cheap, thanks to the pioneer of budget-friendly fares -- Cebu Pacific.

Last month, Cebu Pacific flew the sports team of Philstar.com to Macau and back to Manila via flight 5J362 for their coverage the Manny Pacquiao-Chris Algieri fight.

In spite of low airfares, Cebu Pacific guarantees its guests a comfortable and safe journey while thousands of feet above ground.

Since it was a budget flight, no meals were included but Cebu Pacific offers a wide range of in-flight food items and beverages, including their best-selling chicken adobo and favorite local beers for a very reasonable price.

For guests who forgot to buy their pasalubong, the carrier also has duty-free items like cosmetics, skin care, perfumes, jewelry, chocolates, gift items and fun items for children. To purchase items, just call the very accommodating and assistive cabin attendants.

The flight back-and-forth was safe and sound, a unanimous decision victory for every passenger just like Pacquiao defended his WBO welterweight title.

The Gokongwei-owned airline has two daily trips to Macau via a 180-passenger-capacity Airbus 320 and assures an on-time flight.

So for your next trip, make Cebu Pacific your number one choice of airline.

***

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

Bohol: Before and after

I consider myself among the lucky ones who have seen Bohol's magnificent churches before they were ruined by the earthquake.

Autumn in Paris is just as sweet

Some leaves have fallen and those that remain on the trees have turned pale yellow. The Seine's water level has risen. Christmas is in the chilly air and in the shop windows. While there are fewer tourists, it is amazing that there are still so many things going on in this exciting city.

Dubai, gateway to the world

When I told people that I was going to Abu Dhabi and Dubai in the UAE, someone thought it apt to immediately warn me about ISIS and that I should dress conservatively lest I incur Muslim wrath.

The Perks of Traveling Alone

Before I embarked on a 16-day trip to the United Kingdom, I received quite a few remarks about my traveling alone. That elicited a raised eyebrow and retort from me that went, "What? You've never traveled alone? You have no idea what you are missing?"

comments powered by Disqus