With new low-cost airline partners, Cebu Pacific is now offering cross-airline sales connecting customers to the Maldives, Athens, and Berlin thanks to being part of the Value Alliance.
According to Cebu Pacific, the first three cities are not currently served by the airline, though the next tickets will utilise connections to flights on Value Alliance airline Scoot.
Connections would be made with travellers from the Philippines boarding a Cebu Pacific flight to Singapore, where they will be able to connect to their destinations on flights operated by Scoot.
In a joint statement, Cebu Pacific has stated that should a flight be cancelled or disrupted, passengers can get re-accommodations or book a hotel on the Value Alliance website.
"This will not only give our customers access to the best deals, but will also allow them to enjoy the ease of booking paired with seamless connectivity," said Value Alliance chairman and Cebu Pacific chief executive adviser Mike Szucs.
The Value Alliance was established in 2016 by Cebu Pacific, Jeju Air, Nok Air, NokScoot, Scoot, Tigerair Australia and Vanilla Air. With a combined fleet of 180 aircraft and 50 million passengers per year, it is the fourth largest airline alliance in the world. It is also the largest alliance of low-cost carriers.
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