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Visit Cebu from Singapore with Fares Up to 50% Off on AirAsia

From : AirAsia Group

Visit Cebu from Singapore with Fares Up to 50% Off on AirAsia
  • 10 Dec 2017
  • Up to 50% Off
Visit Cebu from Singapore with Fares Up to 50% Off on AirAsia

With up to 50% off, hustle up your #LazyBum for adventures in Cebu!
Book your fares by 10 December 2017!

Travel Notes
- Advanced booking required. 
- Fares are not available during embargo period.

Fly from Changi Airport (Terminal 4), Singapore to:
International destination Discount Booking Period
Cebu Up to 50% Off By 10 Dec 2017

Terms and Conditions:

• A non-refundable processing fee is applicable for payments via credit, debit or charge card • Fare includes airport taxes (except for selected airports where airport tax is collected at the point of departure) • Seats are limited and may not be available on all flights • Valid for new purchases only • All fares are quoted for single journey (one-way) only • All taxes must be paid at the time of purchase unless otherwise stated • Foreign fares are subjected to currency exchange rates • Offer is subject to availability and AirAsia’s Terms and Conditions of Carriage • No refunds are permitted after payment has been made • Guests travelling need to provide all necessary travel documents (eg valid passport, visa where applicable etc) at the time of departure • AirAsia reserves the right to deny guests from boarding without proper documentation • Full payment shall be made upon booking • Changes to flights and dates are permitted subject to change fees • Changes to name are not permitted • Only available for online bookings at

Check out AirAsia for more details about this offer and to book your seats now!

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