Philippines Independence Day: Cebu Pacific Offers AED 1 Tickets For UAE Expats

    Summer holidays in the UAE are just around the corner and this is your chance to plan your vacation without breaking your bank. The biggest expense while planning a holiday and flights and hotel booking, right? Well, but it looks like there’s a golden solution for this too.

    Philippines is celebrating their 121st Independence Day today and the region’s budget airline, Cebu Pacific has a mega discount on flight tickets. Cebu Pacific is offering tickets for AED 1 to various domestic and international destinations. The offer is valid from 11 June until 14 June, for travel between 1 August 2019 and 31 March, 2020.

    What’s It?

    On the occasion of their 121st Independence Day, Philippines budget airline Cebu Pacific is offering tickets for AED 1. Yes, you read that right! The airline has a mega offer and is offering tickets at AED 1 to various domestic and international destinations. The offer is valid for tickets booked from 11 -14 June for travel between 1 August 2019 to March 31, 2020.

    Excited by the offer, we tried checking out their website. While we filled in our travel details, the website failed to show the flight options and instead re-directed us. We’re assuming this is because of the heavy traffic due to the inquiries and bookings.

    What Else?

    Recently, at the 2019 travellers choice awards conducted by famous travel portal TripAdvisor, Emirates was awarded the best first-class suite in the world.

    With soft leather seating of a Mercedes-Benz S-Class, Emirates is also the first airline in the industry to introduce virtual windows in its first class. So no matter where you sit, you can open your window and enjoy the outed view with the help HD projections. 

    Apart from the best first class award, Emirates have won serval more awards. It also won the Best Regional Business Class Middle East. It is also known to have one of the best inflight entertainment system ICE which lets you choose from up to 4,000 channels of movies, TV shows, music and games, on demand and in multiple languages.

    Vaishnavi Venkataraman
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