Apr 20
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Cebu Pacific launches payment centers for online bookings

Author: The Daily Tribune
Column: Life

Have you ever wanted to experience the convenience of booking tickets and paying online from the comfort of your home or office, but cannot simply because you don’t have a credit card? If that’s the case, then the Cebu Pacific’s (CEB) payment centers are your answer.

This latest CEB offering means you can now book a flight to any of the airline’s 32 domestic and 14 international destinations with just a click of the mouse and a little trip to any of CEB’s many payment centers.

The process is simple: First, book your preferred flight schedules to your chosen destinations online via www.cebupacificair.com.

When you reach the payment page, choose from any of the possible payment centers, which include Robinsons Bank, Banco de Oro, Metrobank and other Bancnet and Megalink members. You can also book by calling CEB’s reservation hotlines at (02) 7020-888 or (032) 230-888.

Next, the Web site or the call center agent will give you a 14-digit reference number and the total amount to be paid. You can then pay this at the payment center nearest you on the same day of your booking, present your 14-digit reference number, and get the transaction number issued by the payment center.

Your confirmed itinerary will then be sent to your e-mail address or mobile phone number the next day.

"Payment centers are very convenient and accessible since some of them are 24/7. Our passengers can now pay via ATM or through phone or Internet banking. Even without a bank account, they can also pay cash for their booking over the counter at Robinsons Bank, Metrobank or Banco de Oro," said CEB vice president for marketing and distribution Candice Iyog.

"The complete list of partner banks and payment centers are available on our Web site. Now that it’s a lot easier to book and pay for flights, we hope more passengers will be encouraged to travel more often, especially with our trademark low fares," she added.

CEB’s other products and services can also be paid for through the payment centers: Prepaid excess baggage, preferred seat selection, sports equipment luggage option, Go Lite fares, fun tours and TravelSure insurance. All these choices and more are featured in the airline’s Web site.

With all these options, the most number of domestic destinations and routes and the youngest fleet in the Philippines, CEB has certainly gone the extra mile to fulfill every Juan’s travel needs.

Shopping in the sky

Quality low-cost carrier Cebu Pacific (CEB) heightens its international passengers’ on board experience by adding shopping to the list of things to do. Aside from participating in the airline’s well-known Fun Flights, they can now do their duty free shopping in style and in the comfort of their seats.

Luxury brands become affordable on board CEB’s international flights from Manila, with world-class brand products ranging from P300 to P4,950.

For example, Godiva’s exquisite chocolates are delicious pasalubongs to loved ones or a delectable treat to oneself. Other examples of great souvenirs are CEB’s Hello Kitty Graffiti watch and Swarovski pendants and necklaces.

Ladies can also acquire Estee Lauder’s mantra that the most beautiful face in the world is theirs. CEB’s international passengers can avail of products ranging from Pure Colour Crystal Lip Jewels Trio to the Pure White Linen Light Breeze eau de parfum.

The L’Oreal Group, being the world’s largest cosmetics and beauty company, is of course represented in CEB’s on board duty free offerings. To name a few, this includes Lancome’s miniature eau de parfum, L’Oreal Paris makeup and Ralph Lauren The Polo fragrance collection.

Well-known brands in makeup such as Revlon, Maybelline, Elizabeth Arden and Clinique; and in perfume such as Bvlgari, Hugo Boss, Kenzo, DKNY, Tommy Hilfiger and Emporio Armani are also represented for CEB’s fun shopping experience in the sky.

On board duty free is available in all of CEB’s international flights from and to Manila, namely, Bangkok, Guangzhou, Hong Kong, Jakarta, Kota Kinabalu, Kuala Lumpur, Macau, Ho Chi Minh, Incheon (Seoul), Osaka, Shanghai, Singapore and Taipei.

Source: The Daily Tribune