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  1. Using input seen on this forum, I tried finding international airlines with partners in the PI that would consolidate flights onto a single ticket, which would hopefully provides the benefits of: (a) making the airline(s) responsible for flight connections; (b) ensuring that the same baggage allowance applies throughout the entire trip; and that (c) bags are automatically carried from one airline to the next, without my having to get involved. On one hand, some have warned me away from doing business with Cheap-o airlines and the like, telling me that in the event of an issue, none of the relevant parties takes responsibility for fixing problems (delays, missed connections, etc). I thought perhaps that Cathay Pacific would allow me to book the entire trip on their site, even if part of the trip required another airline, but that's not the case. I'm posting to ask how to arrange a trip into, and then inside the PI with airlines that have relevant agreeements/partnerships in place (Internline codeshare etc) so that the trip is on a single ticket. If I can't arrange that, I may arrange the connecting flight on the following day to preclude the possibility of a flight delay on the int'l flight causing me to miss the connection.
  2. I'm a single US citizen flying to Cebu for a long stay. I may not have any reason to return to the US for 6-9 months. I will get the necessary visa modifications during my stay. So my two part question is: 1. It's my understanding that as a foreigner you need to enter the country with a round-trip ticket, correct? 2. If YES to the above, should I just buy a "cheap ticket," say to HK or wherever, just to fulfill the R/T requirement? Thanks for your comments. jdt
  3. Purported ₱499 local and ₱1499 international flights from Cebu Pacific for above dates. Here's the ad I saw on fb Here's the Cebu pacific promo page They're an airline. I don't trust them; I don't endorse them. I'm just passing this on in case it's of benefit to anyone. YMMV. Other disclaimers may be added retrospectively.
  4. NPPA/NPPA - 07 May 2011: A Cebu Pacific aircraft is seen from the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3 in Pasay City, south of Manila. (Voltaire Domingo/NPPA Images) Budget airline Cebu Air Inc. (Cebu Pacific) and Tiger Airways Philippines have cancelled 149 chartered flights to and from mainland China starting this month after the Chinese government issued an advisory warning against travel to the Philippines. Jorenz Tañada, vice president for corporate affairs of Cebu Pacific, said the cancellation of flights as requested by China-based companies from September to December would affect 24,138 passengers and forgo P284 million in potential tourism revenues. “We estimate impact on tourism revenue would be P284 million, assuming tourists were to stay four days in the Philippines and spend an average of $66 per day,” he said. However, Tañada clarified that the Gokongwei-led airline would continue to operate scheduled commercial flights from Manila to Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Xiamen. “We regret that there is an existing travel advisory issued by the People’s Republic of China to the Philippines and hope that it will be lifted at the soonest possible time,” he added. The Chinese government issued an advisory last Sept. 12 warning its citizens not to travel to the Philippines after a Chinese teenager who worked in a family-run store was kidnapped. The advisory was also issued amid plots that criminal groups are planning to attack the Chinese embassy and companies, as well as airports and shopping malls. “Given that the safety situation in the Philippines is deteriorating, the consular service of the foreign ministry is asking Chinese nationals not to travel to the Philippines for the time being,” the advisory stated. Tension between Manila and Beijing has been mounting the past few years due to territory disputes in the West Philippine Sea and South China Sea. On Tuesday, low-cost carrier AirAsia Zest announced the indefinite suspension of Kalibo- Beijing and Kalibo-Shanghai routes starting Sept. 18 due to the travel warning issued by the Chinese government. “We have temporarily suspended our services for Kalibo (Boracay) to Shanghai and Beijing at the request of the company that charters our flights and in relation to the travel warning issued by the Chinese government,” the airline said. The airline jointly owned by Philippines AirAsia and Zest Airways of Alfredo Yao, however, clarified that flights between Manila and China would not be affected. Philippines AirAsia is a unit of low-cost carrier giant AirAsia Berhad of Malaysia that was named by the Center for Asia Pacific Aviation (CAPA) as the most profitable airline in Southeast Asia. In its latest aviation analysis titled “Southeast Asian airlines: 80% were unprofitable in H1 but conditions are starting to improve,” CAPA said Malaysia AirAsia booked a net profit of $122 million in the first half of the year, followed by Cebu Pacific with $69 million and Philippine Airlines with $13 million. On the other hand, Malaysia Airlines, which was hit by a series of accidents including the mysterious disappearance of MH370 and the shooting down of Flight MH17 in Ukrainian airspace, booked a net loss of $41 million. The report said only five of the 17 publicly listed airlines in the region booked a net profit amounting to $372 million in the first half of the year. Source: https://ph.news.yahoo.com/budget-carriers-cancel-149-flights-000000153.html
  5. Seems Scoot have some cheap flights Singapore to Sydney and return. Then reasonably easy to get a direct flight to Cebu and avoid the need to go via Manila ( QAntas and Jetstar) anyone used this airline ? can anyone recomend alternatives to avoid the need to fly into Manila Al
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