It’s true, Cebu Pacific has $149 flights to the Philippines at the moment

Posted: 15 June 2018 10:23 am

If you're searching for a cheap break, we've just found it.

Filipino budget carrier Cebu Pacific is gearing up for its first flights between Melbourne and Manila in August with a sale on launch fares that's not to be missed.

Starting at $149 each way, flights are direct and include 7 kg of luggage. If you need more you can tack it on at up to 50% off during the booking process.

Flights are available from 14 August 2018 through to 30 March 2019 and with no exclusion dates in the terms and conditions, there's bound to be a few Christmas holiday break dates in there that you can snatch up for cheap.

The good news is that by end October, one of the world's best islands Boracay will be back open so you can hop over during your trip.

The cheapest fares at the moment are on initial flights with 16-28 August pulling up return fares from $250 on Skyscanner.

If you're flying in from Sydney, you can also catch discounted direct fares with the airline from $199 on journeys from 1 September to 31 December 2018. Again, this includes those hot Christmas peak dates.

This sale ends 20 June 2018 unless seats sell out prior. You can compare your options, choose your dates and make your bookings through Flight Finder here.

How good are these fares?

Manila flights on sale with Cebu Pacific:

One-way fare
Travel dates
14 August 2018 - 30 March 2019Compare flights with Flight Finder
1 September - 31 December 2018
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