Seair offers lowest fares to Boracay
SOUTHEAST Asian Airlines (Seair), the country’s premiere leisure airline, is offering the lowest fares to Boracay this season.
From June 15 until October 15, travelers can fly to one of the world’s top tourist destinations for as low as P350 all-in, the airline said in a statement.
This promo can be availed of exclusively online. Passengers need only log on to www.flyseair.com between June 15 and June 30, to avail of this exciting promo.
Boracay has one of the best tropical beaches in the world. The three-kilometer stretch of powdery white sand and crystal clear water never fails to delight many travelers to this island paradise. Apart from the spectacular beachfront, Boracay is host to a multitude and diverse selection of bars, restaurants, and hotels that cater to all kinds of tourists.
The Boracay experience is further enhanced with Seair offering special service advantages to its Caticlan-bound passengers.
Travelers will enjoy compli-mentary transfers from the Caticlan airport to Boracay beach and vice versa, the shortest queues and airport check-in procedures, fastest baggage claims, and exclusive boarding pass privileges in partner establishments in Boracay and Manila.
Seair offers the fastest flights to Boracay at just 35 minutes.
Meanwhile, Seair recently opened its new Manila-El Nido route. Passengers can now fly directly to the famed diving destination every Sunday and Wednesday.
Seair also flies five times weekly to Basco, Batanes during from June to August. Due to its proximity to Taiwan, Batanes has four seasons: fall is from September to November, winter from December to February, spring from March to May and summer from June to August.
SEAIR is the nation’s second-oldest airline and has flown almost three million passengers to local destinations including Boracay, Batanes, Puerto Princesa, Tablas (Romblon), Clark, Zamboanga, Jolo and Tawi-tawi.
SEAIR also offers flights from Boracay and Puerto Princesa to Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia. Seair will soon fly to Masbate, Bicol.