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Singapore Tourism Board Renews Partnershsip with Cebu Pacific

Cebu Pacific, Singapore Tourism Board Renew Partnership to Fly Each Juan to Singapore

The Philippines is a key marketplace for Singapore.
by | March 14, 2023

Cebu Pacific (PSE: CEB), the Philippines’ main airline, has strengthened its partnership with the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) to assist vacationers reimagine the Lion Metropolis and go to Singapore.


CEB and STB partnership continues

CEB and STB beforehand signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) in April 2022 to mark the reopening of Singapore’s borders. With the successes of the previous yr, each events right this moment renewed the MOU to accentuate their collaboration to advertise journey to Singapore, which is without doubt one of the top-of-mind locations for guests from the Philippines. Key initiatives on this 2023 MOU will embody joint advertising and promotions, and joint enterprise improvement within the areas of fly-cruise and conferences and incentive company teams.

Juliana Kua and Candice Iyog formally signal the MOU between the Singapore Tourism Board and Cebu Pacific.

“We’re delighted to resume our partnership with Cebu Pacific, which contributed tremendously to Singapore’s sturdy tourism numbers for 2022,” stated Ms. Juliana Kua, Assistant Chief Govt for Worldwide Group, Singapore Tourism Board (STB). “The Philippines is a key marketplace for Singapore, and the engaging promotions from Cebu Pacific might be complemented by STB’s ‘SingapoRewards’ program, which affords a free expertise for each eligible vacationer to Singapore.

SingapoRewards is a brand new program that can present worldwide guests with a possibility to attempt one in every of almost 40 new or “off-the-beaten-path” experiences in Singapore without cost, throughout the entire of 2023.

CEB gives sturdy connectivity to Singapore because it at present flies from Manila, Cebu, Davao, and beginning in April, from Clark, Pampanga.

Cebu Pacific and Singapore Tourism Board executives pose for a photograph following the MOU signing.

“We worth this partnership with the Singapore Tourism Board. With restoration in place and our progress plans set in movement, our foremost aim now’s to fly each Juan to thrilling locations akin to Singapore and luxuriate in all of the choices on this stunning vacation spot that we missed doing through the pandemic,” stated Candice Iyog, Chief Advertising and marketing and Buyer Expertise Officer of Cebu Pacific.


Extra flights to Singapore

CEB at present flies thrice every day between Manila and Singapore, offering passengers quick access to the Lion Metropolis, to expertise its well-known culinary scene, see its scenic spots, have interaction in thrill-seeking actions, or buy groceries.

Passengers from the Visayas may additionally conveniently attain Singapore by way of Cebu Pacific’s every day flights from Mactan Cebu Worldwide Airport.

CEB will even improve its Singapore flights from Davao as much as 4x weekly beginning on March 26, 2023.


CEB to launch Clark to Singapore flights

Vacationers from Northern Luzon will even have a brand new gateway as CEB begins its every day Clark – Singapore flight on April 28, 2023.

To spur travels to Singapore, CEB vacationers can e-book their flights for as little as PHP499 one-way base fare, unique of surcharges and costs on March 13 till March 15, 2023. The journey interval is from June 1 to November 30, 2023.

Passengers with current Journey Funds might use these to pay for flights and different add-ons. Aside from the Journey Fund, different fee choices akin to fee facilities, credit score or debit playing cards, and e-wallets may additionally be used.

CEB now flies to 34 home and 25 worldwide locations, spanning throughout Asia, Australia, and the Center East.

Redemptions and bookings will be made on the VisitSingapore app or SingapoRewards microsite at


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