You’ll soon be able to visit the sunny shores of Guam, the airline’s first US destination
Cebu Pacific is proud to announce an exciting new addition to its expanding network. Starting March 15, 2016, travelers will be able to visit Guam – CEB’s first US destination.
CEB is also the first and only low-cost carrier to offer this direct flight, which will run every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday.
Guam has a sizeable Filipino community, so the new service will be beneficial both for CEB and its passengers. Before it was introduced, there were fewer than 6,000 weekly seats available for those who wished to make the journey. Now, you have 1,440 more.
“Having Guam in our network sets us off on another expansion path across the Pacific,” explains CEB President and CEO Lance Gokongwei.
“With the launch of Guam, we offer fares that are up to 83% lower than other airlines. Fares this low can only mean more tourists to both countries, more Filipinos visiting home, and more opportunities for everyone.”
By “lower fares”, customers can expect to pay from PHP7,197 for this route – which CEB says is up to 40% lower than other airlines’ tariffs.
This development only serves to boost CEB’s reach even further. It currently boasts 64 destinations and 98 routes using a fleet of 55 aircraft – one of the most modern in the world – with eight Airbus A319, 33 Airbus A320, six Airbus A330 and eight ATR 72-500. CEB will also be receiving five brand-new Airbus A320, 30 Airbus A321neo and 16 ATR72-600 aircraft between 2016 and 2021.
Manila–Guam will utilise the Airbus A320. The plane leaves at 3.45am from Manila and arrives at 10.15am in Guam; the return leg leaves at 12.30pm from Guam and arrives at 2.55pm in Manila.
For bookings and more information, visit cebupacificair.com or call the reservation hotlines at +63 2 702 0888 and +63 32 230 8888. Follow CEB’s official Twitter (@cebupacificair) and Facebook pages for seat sales as well, or download the official mobile app on the App Store and Google Play.
Also read: Guam city guide
This article originally appeared in the January 2016 issue of Smile magazine.