Cebu Pacific (PSE: CEB), the leading airline in the Philippines, has strengthened its partnership with the Singapore Tourist Board (STB) to encourage travellers to visit Singapore and reimagine the Lion City.
In April 2022, CEB and STB signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to commemorate the reopening of Singapore’s borders. Given the last year’s results, both sides have renewed their MOU to deepen their partnership in promoting travel to Singapore, one of the Philippines’ most popular tourist destinations. Principal projects in this 2023 MOU will include combined marketing and promotions and joint business development in the areas of fly-cruise and corporate meetings and incentives.
According to Ms Juliana Kua, Assistant Chief Executive for International Group, Singapore Tourism Board they are delighted with the renewal of their partnership with Cebu Pacific since its contributed greatly to SG strong tourism numbers last year.
She stated, “Philippines is a key market for Singapore, and the attractive promotions from Cebu Pacific will be complemented by STB’s ‘SingapoRewards’ programme, which offers a free experience for every eligible tourist to Singapore.“
SingapoRewards is a new programme allowing international tourists to try one of roughly 40 new or “off-the-beaten-path” experiences in Singapore for free through 2023.
Currently, CEB travels from Manila, Cebu, and Davao to Singapore, and beginning in April, it will also fly from Clark, Pampanga. Starting May 2023, Manila – Singapore 5J 803/804 will utilize an Airbus A330neo (Cebu-inspired cabin) with a regular fares are up to 80% lower compared to other airlines
“We value this partnership with the Singapore Tourism Board” shared by Candice Iyog, Chief Marketing and Customer Experience Officer of Cebu Pacific.
According to her, since the economy has recovered and expansion plans have been established, the company’s main goal now is to fly every Juan to an exciting destination such as Singapore so that they can enjoy all the activities they missed during the pandemic.
Fly Easy & Affordably to Singapore with CEB
Currently, CEB operates three daily flights between Manila and Singapore, offering travellers convenient access to the Lion City to engage in its renowned culinary scene, visit its picturesque places, engage in adrenaline-inducing activities, or go shopping.
Cebu Pacific’s regular flights from Mactan Cebu International Airport allow passengers from the Visayas to reach Singapore quickly and easily.
CEB will also boost its Davao – Singapore flights to four times per week beginning on March 26 2023.
Northern Luzon travellers will also have a new gateway when CEB launches a daily Clark-Singapore flights on April 28, 2023.
Exclusive Singapore Seat Sale
CEB travellers can book flights for as little as PHP499 one-way to encourage travel to Singapore, excluding surcharges and fees, from March 13 through March 15, 2023. The travel period is between June 1 and November 30 2023.
Existing Travel Money can be used to pay for flights and other add-ons. Other payment alternatives outside the Travel Fund include payment centres, credit or debit cards, and electronic wallets.
CEB now travels to 34 domestic and 25 international locations in Asia, Australia, and the Middle East.
Redemptions and reservations can be made through the VisitSingapore app or the SingapoRewards microsite at https://singaporewards.visitsingapore.com/.