#SummerDeals: Fly to Puerto Princesa for Only ₱5 This May!

Let’s hit the beach, Sugboanons!

This May, Air Asia is offering budget-friendly one-way fares for as low as ₱5 as part of their 5.5 Seat Sale.

Starting today until May 5, 2024, you can secure low-fare tickets going to different travel destinations in the Philippines and abroad! All you have to do is go to the airline’s official website or to their accredited travel partners to buy your tickets.

Where Can Your ₱5 Bring You?

Here are the list of places that you can book a flight to for your next summer vacation, departing from Cebu:

Caticlan

One of the entry points to Boracay is Caticlan, Aklan. From the clear waters of Sanga-an River to the breathtaking Pantaleon Peak, it is no wonder that Caticlan is slowly rising as one of the top tourist attractions in Aklan. And with the affordable 5-peso one-way base fare, it will be a guarantee that your trip will not only be memorable but also affordable; leaving you more room to spend on the tasty delicacies of the island.

Puerto Princesa

Limestone caves and underwater rivers are some of the mesmerizing offers of Puerto Princesa. You can spot and swim with dolphins, turtles, and stingrays, while also enjoying the island’s vibrant corals.

Davao

Ever wanted to visit Mt. Apo? Then you’re in luck as the 5.5 Sale also includes Davao as one of the destinations for their 5-peso fares departing from Cebu! You can also go to the Durian Dome and the Davao River that seamlessly cuts through the urbanized city of the south.

Aside from the first-three places, there are also other destinations that you can book to avail the promotion such as Roxas City, Tacloban, and CDO for local travels while Taipei, Hong Kong, and Kota Kinabalu for your international trips.

So, Sugbuanons, what are you waiting for? Book your flights now!

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Lenie Lañojan
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