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Nov. 10, 18 | 6:56 pm

UAE-based residents including Overseas Filipinos (OFs) are expected to enjoy and benefit from Cebu Pacific’s (CEB) announcement of a two-day ‘Crazy Seat Sale’ from November 11 to November 12, 2018, which will be available across all markets and covering all of its destinations. The flash seat sale from the Philippines’ largest carrier will commence at 8:00 PM UAE time of November 10, 2018 (12:00 midnight of November 11, 2018, Philippine time)—running for two days or until seats last with prices for Dubai-Manila flights starting as low as AED11.11. The travel period for the sale is from February 1 to May 31, 2019.

Booking for the ‘Crazy Seat Sale’ can be made via www.cebupacificair.com or passengers can contact the reservation hotlines at +971 4 354-5777 (Dubai) or +971 2 610-5211/+971 2 633-8700 (Abu Dhabi).

The ‘Crazy Seat Sale’ promotion is part of CEB’s continuing commitment towards better serving the UAE-based OFs, and further boosts its “Make First Moments Happen” campaign. It is a way to enable the Filipino community, wherever they are in the world, to continue to “make moments happen” for them and their loved ones by enabling these modern-day heroes to fly safely and more often at affordable rates to CEB’s wide network.

The promotion follows the airline’s celebrations commemorating its fifth year of operations in the UAE, having flown over 1 million passengers across the Dubai-Manila route. To date, Cebu Pacific is the only low-cost carrier (LCC) flying directly between the Philippines and the UAE.

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