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Cebu's fleet includes 57 aircraft, the majority of which are Airbus A320s, a model that usually guarantees plenty of leg room and has an excellent reliability record. You can generally pick out the airline's planes from their white, yellow and orange livery, which is a common sight at many Asian international airports. Cebu has rapidly become the Philippines' number one budget airline, and there are plenty of reasons why:
Cebu Pacific have been operating since 1988, when it was founded by Philippine entrepreneur John Gokongwei. The country had few commercial airlines at the time, but with so many islands and cities to link together, there was an urgent need for cut-price air fares between domestic airports. Since then, Cebu Pacific flights have knitted together Philippine cities and linked them to international destinations. It even aims to create trans-Pacific services to airports in the United States, as part of ambitious expansion plans, which also include flights to Europe, Australia and more connections to the Middle East.
If you are looking for budget flights to Philippines, Cebu Pacific should be high on your list of airlines. With regular discounts, easy online booking and add-ons like special services for sports teams, pre-booked meals and a comprehensive duty-free selection from the "Fun Shop", passengers will feel that all of their needs are taken care of when they book Cebu Pacific flights.
The price of flights with Cebu Pacific varies by destination and travel period. The lowest price recorded in the last 15 days in Australia for a flight with Cebu Pacific is $725.
The most popular airlines in Australia are Virgin Australia, AirAsia, Singapore Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, Emirates.
The cheapest destination recorded in the last 15 days departing from Australia with Cebu Pacific is Bacolod.
Flying with Cebu Pacific, the cheapest place to depart from in the last 15 days in Australia is Melbourne.