Someone at the Philippine Daily Inquirer seems to think that not Every Juan should fly. A recent post by the Inquirer that was supposed to promote an ongoing seat fare sale by the budget airline used a photo of a damaged Cebu Pacific plane, sending mixed messages to possible passengers.
Cebu Pacific on Thursday announced their Facebook page a two-day sale with fares were being offered as low as P299. Passengers, if they can get passed the fear instilled in them by Inquirer’s photo editor, can begin availing of discounted tickets by Saturday, January 12.
The two-day sale covers multiple routes, such as from Cagayan de Oro to Iloilo or Tagbilaran, Bohol (as low as P299), Cebu to Clark (as low as P399), Clark to Davao (also as low as P399), or Clark to Boracay (fares as low as P799).
The travel dates for the sale are from March 1 to June 30 this year.
While everyone else is surfing the Cebu Pacific site and app for the perfect dates to avail of the promo, perhaps Inquirer should look onwards and reflect on how they made such a silly, colossal mistake.
Inquirer, it’s 2019. Don’t just click ‘Post’ immediately. Take some time to review. Be better.