Cebu Pacific Promotes Iloilo with PHP 288 Seat Sale

Cebu Pacific (PSE: CEB), the leading airline in the Philippines, is highlighting its extensive domestic network with a new campaign encouraging travelers to visit Iloilo.

The “Visit Iloilo” campaign, a collaboration with the Iloilo Festival Foundation and the Iloilo Meetings, Incentives, Conferences, and Exhibitions (MICE), aims to boost tourism to the region, known as the “Heart of the Philippines.”

To celebrate and promote this initiative, Cebu Pacific is offering a seat sale with fares starting at PHP 288 one-way base fare, exclusive of fees and surcharges. This sale, which runs until May 23, 2024, applies to select domestic and international destinations for travel between December 1, 2024, and April 30, 2025.

“We thank Cebu Pacific for giving every Juan the opportunity to Visit Iloilo. The regular flights to and from Iloilo significantly enhance the accessibility of both the province and the city, inviting more guests and visitors to experience its wonders. With the invaluable support of Cebu Pacific, we eagerly anticipate welcoming a greater influx of tourists to Iloilo,” said Allan Ryan Tan, President of the Iloilo Festivals Foundation, Inc.

Cebu Pacific offers multiple direct routes to Iloilo from various parts of the country, providing travelers numerous options to explore this vibrant region. The flight frequencies for these routes are as follows:

-Iloilo – Manila – Iloilo: 8x daily

-Iloilo – Cebu – Iloilo: 2x daily

-Iloilo – Davao – Iloilo: Daily

-Iloilo – General Santos – Iloilo: 5x weekly

-Iloilo – Cagayan De Oro – Iloilo: 3x weekly

-Iloilo – Puerto Princesa – Iloilo: 3x weekly

Michelle De Guzman, Cebu Pacific’s Director for Marketing, emphasized the airline’s commitment to supporting Iloilo and its tourism stakeholders.

“Cebu Pacific wholeheartedly supports Iloilo and its tourism stakeholders in this initiative. We remain committed to strengthening accessibility and connectivity to the region, and providing affordable flights, so every Juan can fly to Iloilo,” she said.


The “Visit Iloilo” campaign invites travelers to immerse themselves in the rich culture and history of Iloilo. The local government hopes this initiative will establish a sustainable platform for stakeholders, ultimately positioning Iloilo as a premier destination in the Philippines.

Visitors can enjoy the pristine islands of Gigantes and Guimaras, indulge in a gastronomic tour around the province, or explore the Spanish colonial churches and houses that dot the landscape.

Cebu Pacific currently operates flights to 35 domestic and 24 international destinations across Asia, Australia, and the Middle East.

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