CEB, Singapore Tourism Board strengthen tie up to encourage Pinoys to visit Lion City

People wearing protective face masks walk along the Orchard Road shopping area in Singapore. (AP Photo/Annabelle Liang)

The Philippines’ leading airline, Cebu Pacific (CEB), is proud to renew its partnership with the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) to inspire Filipinos to travel again and enjoy fresh experiences in the Lion City.

Singapore recently reopened its borders for all fully vaccinated Filipinos, making it easier for tourists to enjoy a convenient, quarantine-free vacation. Since April 1, 2022, vaccinated travellers to Singapore enjoy a simplified travel process, requiring only proof of vaccination, a pre-departure Covid-19 test, and an online SG Arrival Card.

“STB is excited to collaborate with CEB and would like to thank them for this opportunity to bring more visitors from Philippines to Singapore. Through this partnership, Filipino travellers can look forward to attractive promotions and campaigns to warmly welcome them back to Singapore,” said Juliana Kua, Assistant Chief Executive, International Group, Singapore Tourism Board.

CEB currently flies daily between Manila and Singapore, providing passengers with a lot of options to experience Singapore’s various offerings – whether to explore its famous culinary scene, engage in thrill-seeking activities, or go shopping. Juans from the Visayas and Mindanao may also conveniently connect via Manila – with flights between Cebu and Manila running up to 18 time daily, and Davao and Manila up to 8 times daily.

“We are very happy to firm up our collaboration with the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) following the easing of travel restrictions in and out the Philippines. We believe this partnership is very timely as it’ll surely contribute to the recovery of both the industry, as well as our respective countries,” said Candice Iyog, Vice President for Marketing and Customer Experience at Cebu Pacific.

Through this partnership, every Juan can expect enticing content on what to do in Singapore, matched with year-round seat sales and great deals suited for both first-time and repeat travelers.

CEB has achieved a 7-star safety rating from for its Covid-19 compliance. It continues to implement a multi-layered approach to safety as it endeavors to restore the public’s trust and confidence in air travel.  30


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