Cebu Air Incorporated, operating as Cebu Pacific, is a Philippine low-cost airline. It is based on the grounds of Ninoy Aquino International Airport, Pasay City, Metro Manila, Philippines. Cebu Pacific Air entered the aviation industry in March 1996. Since then, it has been a top choice for low-cost domestic cheap flights and also international cheap flights to cities in Asia, Australia, USA and the Middle East.
The airline caters to the needs of both the local people of Philippines and foreigners.
It has established routes to many destinations since the year of its establishment. The Cebu Pacific has also recently inaugurated its Singapore-Davao service that is set to change the game of aviation in the Philippines.
The Singapore-Davao A319 service is offered three days a week on Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday. The flight departs from Singapore at 11:59 pm and arrives at the Davao International Airport at 3:15 am the next day. So the flight time is almost 4 hours and 15 minutes and can vary a little due to weather conditions. The flight to Singapore departs from Davao at 08:00 pm and arrives at the Singapore Budget Terminal at 11:15 pm. The Davao-Singapore flight service is also scheduled to operate every Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday.
Ms. Candice Iyog is the Vice President of Marketing and Product of Cebu Pacific since 2008. She has expressed that Cebu Pacific is very excited to be operating a direct service from Singapore to Davao because they know that this new offering will attract many Singaporeans and foreign travelers, alike, to visit the beautiful island of Mindanao with its wonderful adventure and leisure attractions. She also added that their trademark low fares will encourage a number of Filipinos in the Southern part of Philippines to travel to Singapore, which is Asia’s one of the most vibrant and developed cities.
Cebu Pacific is the only Filipino airline operating a direct Singapore-Davao service in the country. It operates from Singapore to Cebu four days every week on –Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday, as well. The once-daily flight from Singapore to Manila of the airline will soon become a twice-daily service.
Cebu Pacific offers a Singaporean 69 dollar one-way year-round fare from Singapore to Davao, Cebu, and Manila. This is 68% lower than the current fares of other airlines for these routes according to statistics. The fare does not include Government taxes and applicable additional charges.
Cebu Pacific currently flies to thirty-six domestic destinations including Bacolod, Butuan, Cebu, Davao, Calbayog, Clark etc. It travels to twenty-six international destinations in fifteen countries across Asia and also Oceania. All in all, it can be said that the Cebu Pacific has the most extensive routes in the Philippines and is a top choice for all Filipinos and also foreigners. Flights can be booked from their website or from flight agents.