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Cebu Pacific Air enters into alliance with UAE Exchange

Now, flying from the United Arab Emirates to the Philippines is not only more affordable than ever but also, more convenient. The Philippines largest airline, Cebu Pacific Air (PSE: CEB) recently announced that it has entered into a partnership with UAE Exchange,

the leading global remittance, Foreign Exchange and payment solutions brand.

(L-R) Varghese Mathew (Country Head-UAE, UAE Exchange) with Blessie L. Cruz (Director for Advertising & Promotions, Cebu Pacific Air).

(L-R) Genesis Lontoc (Marketing Head - South-East Asia, Cebu Pacific Air), Kaushal Doshi (Regional Marketing Head-Middle East, UAE Exchange), Semuna Shrestha (Marketing Manager, Cebu Pacific GSA Dubai), Easwar LA (Sales Manager, Cebu Pacific GSA Dubai), Mathai Vaidian (Country Head, Qatar-UAE Exchange), Varghese Mathew (Country Head-UAE, UAE Exchange), Blessie L. Cruz (Director for Advertising & Promotions, Cebu Pacific Air), Joel Aquino (Sales Manager, Cebu Pacific Air), Ingrid D. Salud (International Market Specialist, Cebu Pacific Air) and Sreenath Menon (Relationship Manager- Partnerships, UAE Exchange).

Travellers from the UAE can now book a seat through the CEB website, and upon reaching the payment page, they may choose to pay via UAE Exchange. After taking note of a 14-digit number and the total amount, they can then head to the nearest UAE Exchange branch on the same day and pay with cash. A confirmed CEB itinerary will be sent via email the next day.

The alliance provides a swift, hassle-free payment option for tourists, business professionals and Filipino expatriates traveling to the Philippines. The CEB-UAE Exchange tie-up makes the convenience of online booking available to travellers without a credit card.

Atty. JR Mantaring, CEB Vice President for Corporate Affairs, said: “With our frequent online seat sales and multiple branches of UAE Exchange across the United Arab Emirates, this partnership can only make CEB’s trademark low fares more accessible for everyone.”

Varghese Mathew, Country Head, UAE Exchange-UAE said: “This alliance will prove to be another milestone for us and mark our foray into the travel sector. With the loyal following of Cebu Pacific across the globe, we are confident that this alliance will appeal to international business and leisure visitors, the expatriate community, as well as businessmen and professionals residing in the UAE.”

CEB is the only low-cost carrier that flies directly from Dubai, where a large number of Filipino expatriates reside, to Manila. Passengers who travel to Manila on CEB will also benefit from the airline’s comprehensive domestic network, which makes the carrier the most convenient option when flying into the Philippines or catching connecting flights.

Passengers can also add other CEB products such as seat selection, travel insurance, meals, and baggage allowance to their bookings, through the Manage Booking section in the website, and pay using the UAE Exchange payment centre option.

For bookings and inquiries, travellers can visit www.cebupacificair.com. Passengers may also call Al Rais Travel at +971-4-3545777 for Dubai or Abu Dhabi Travel Bureau at + 971-2-610-5211 for Abu Dhabi & Al Ain.

The latest news and seat sale offers can also be found on CEB’s official Twitter (@cebupacificair) and Facebook (Cebu Pacific Air) pages, as well as UAE Exchange’s Facebook (UAE Exchange) and Twitter (@uaeexchange) pages.