Cebu Pacific celebrates Australian Route Birthdays

Cebu Pacific solidifies Australia presence

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Cebu Pacific celebrates Australian Route Birthdays with $129 fares to the Philippines

Cebu Pacific, the Philippines’ largest airline, has announced its 48-hour birthday bonanza seat sale, where Aussies can grab a flight to the Philippines from as low as $129*.

In Australia, Cebu Pacific is celebrating its first anniversary for its Melbourne to Manila route, and fifth birthday for its Sydney to Manila route. And what better way to celebrate than to allow travellers to secure a fare at 51% less than a standard one-way ticket!**

Don’t miss out, grab your mates, girlfriend, boyfriend, wife or husband, lock down your annual leave, and book your flight to the Philippines from Sydney or Melbourne to Manila by booking between August 13th – 15th August, before seats sell out!

Cebu Pacific is passionate about making it accessible and affordable to fly to more fun in the Philippines and explore the wonders of the destination.

From landing in Manila, fly easily onwards to many island destinations, thanks to Cebu Pacific having the most extensive network across the country.  Choose from culture and beaches in Cebu, out of this world dive sites in Coron or surf at Siargao, just voted the world’s best island by Condé Nast Traveller.

If you’ve been there and done that with all the regular holiday hotspots, then it’s time you joined Cebu Pacific’s birthday celebrations.

Book your flights between August 13th – August 15th for travel between September 15th – January 31st by visiting

*One-way airfares from Melbourne to Manila from $129, and Sydney to Manila $139.

**  Year round lowest fares from $270 Sydney and Melbourne to Manila.

Source = Cebu Pacific
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