Cebu Pacific Celebrates ‘Ber Season’ with Offers on International & Domestic Routes

A Cebu Pacific Airbus approaching to land in a blue sky.
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LONDON – Philippines low-cost carrier Cebu Pacific (CEB) will welcome the festive ‘Ber Season’ with a range of special low cost domestic and international flights.

For the region, the ‘Ber months’ – that is September through to December – hold special cultural value as the mark the period of celebration and festivities. People will typically want to engage in travel for vacations or to visit family and loved ones across the Ber Season.

From 10:00AM on September 9, until September 13, 2022, CEB says it is “gifting everyJuan with a SUPER early seat sale to allow them to plot ahead next year’s summer vacation plans.”

With a travel period from March 31 to August 1, 2023, travellers are bound to find value-for-money deals with domestic flights up for grabs for as low as PHP 79 one-way base fare, while international seats are available for as low as PHP 199 one-way base fare.

Cebu Pacific statement


Candice Iyog, Vice President for Marketing and Customer Experience at Cebu Pacific, says: “We are encouraged to see more people confidently flying nowadays, not only within the Philippines but internationally as well.”

“It has always been our core mission to stimulate travel so we are excited to offer yet another special seat sale as we enter the –ber months,”

“Whether passengers are in the mood to revisit their favorite beach destinations for that much-needed rest and relaxation in Boracay, Bohol, Siargao, Palawan, and Cebu.”

“Or fly abroad to explore the unique culture and cuisine in Ho Chi Minh and Hanoi in Vietnam; or Bali and Jakarta in Indonesia; or Kuala Lumpur and Kota Kinabalu in Malaysia; or Bangkok in Thailand; or Seoul in South Korea – this sale will allow you to turn your travel dreams into reality.”

A steady return to service


The latest round of offerings from the carrier comes as Cebu Pacific progressively pushes forward out of the pandemic slump.

Cebu Pacific announced in July that their services were steadily returned to pre-pandemic levels. As of July, the airline was enjoying a return to 88% of the pre-pandemic activity levels.

The easing of travel restrictions between Australia and the Philippines saw the resumption of Sydney flights in the same month.

Tens of thousands of Australians visit the Philippines each year prior to Covid-19 and the launch of the new route further boosted the ailing tourism sector of the Philippines, as Australians took to the sky in large numbers following the long restriction period.

A Ber Season boost


The current Ber Season should provide a further boost to the airline, with the connection to the United States seeing a strong demand for air travel.

To date, CEB flies to a total of 34 domestic and 19 international destinations. It continues to implement a multi-layered approach to safety, while it operates with a 100% fully vaccinated crew, 95% of whom have been boosted – all to ensure every Juan flies safely and conveniently on Cebu Pacific.

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