Can't Wait to Fly Off Again? You Can Still Score Airfare Discounts at This Week’s Seat Sales
You have five airlines to choose from!
(SPOT.ph) Over the weekend, budget travelers and weekend warriors trooped to the SMX Convention Center for the 6th Travel Madness Expo. The place was packed with people lining up to get the best airfare deals and discounted hotel vouchers. But if you weren't able to go, you're in luck because a handful of airlines recently announced seat-sale promos that you can score without having to leave your couch. Good luck, credit card!
Chinabank Mastercard users can avail of 15% off on airfare to any Skyjet destination. The country's boutique leisure airline has regular direct flights to Batanes, Siargao, Boracay, and Busuanga. Promo runs until August 31 for a travel period until December 31.
For more information, visit SkyJet Airlines' website.
This budget airlines' latest deals start at P599 for flights from Cebu to Cotabato or Ormoc. Flights from Manila to Hong Kong, Guangzhou, or Xiamen start at P1,299. Sale period for local flights runs until July 13, while promo for international destinations runs until July 17. Travel period is from August 1 to October 31.
For more information, visit Cebu Pacific’s website.
Air Asia announced a 20% off deal on all seats to its various destinations, both local and international. Booking period is until July 16 while travel period is from July 17 to November 23. The discount is applicable to base fare only.
For more information, visit Air Asia's website.
You can fly from Manila to over 20 international destinations starting at U.S. $600 or P30,000++ (roundtrip) through Ethiopian Airlines, Africa’s largest airline. You can even avail of two roundtrip business class tickets for just U.S. $2,500. Sale period is until July 15. Travel is valid until December 31.
For more information, visit Ethiopian Airlines' website.
Fly to Seoul for as low as U.S. $15 or P760++ (one way) by booking through the JejuAir mobile app. Sale runs until July 14 with travel period from December 1, 2017 to March 24, 2018.
For more information, visit JejuAir's website.