Sale Dates: 22nd – 28th April
Travel: Until 9th May 2016 – 28th Feb 2017
Click on any of the images to go to the Etihad Airways website.
Etihad Airways is having a major sale — up to 40% off! — on its flights worldwide, including flights from the Philippines. Here’s a sample of the promo fares available:
Flights from the Philippines
From the Philippines, the best (cheapest) destination seems to be Venice…
Bacolod City – Venice — from $ 828
Cagayan De Oro City – Venice — from $ 857
Cebu – Venice — from $ 866
Davao City – Venice — from $ 869
Iloilo City – Venice — from $ 828
Kalibo – Venice — from $ 828
Laoag City – Venice — from $ 828
Manila – Venice — from $ 719
…while the best place to depart from is (naturally) Manila.
Manila – Berlin — from $ 719
Manila – Manchester — from $ 812
Manila – Dublin — from $ 868
Manila – Amsterdam — from $ 874
Manila – Milan — from $ 887
Manila – Geneva — from $ 898
Manila – Abu Dhabi — from $ 914
Manila – Dubai — from $ 914
Manila – Edinburgh — from $ 916
Manila – Rome — from $ 926
Manila – Athens — from $ 940
Manila – Vienna — from $ 951
Manila – Frankfurt — from $ 957
Manila – Paris — from $ 967
Manila – Munich — from $ 979
Manila – New York NY — from $ 1078
Manila – London — from $ 1093
Manila – Madrid — from $ 1096
Manila – Chicago IL — from $ 1118
Fares for departures from Cebu:
Cebu – Venice — from $ 866
Cebu – Amsterdam — from $ 1016
Cebu – Edinburgh — from $ 1059
Cebu – Paris — from $ 1107
Cebu – Dusseldorf — from $ 1130
- Do you ever feel the need to cut down on traveling?
- Have people annoyed you by criticizing the amount of traveling you’re doing?
- Have you ever felt guilty about traveling (or thinking about traveling) so much?
- Have you ever woken up and needed to think/plan/dream about traveling just to get through the day (an eye-opener, so to speak)?
If you answered yes to any 2 of the 4 questions above: yep, you’ve got it bad.
If your results from the CAGE Questionnaire for Travel Addiction are equivocal, you will need further workup. Try the Promo Fare Response criteria. If you see a seat sale, do you:
- Break into a cold sweat?
- Experience palpitations?
- Go: “Okay, okay, okay, wait, wait, wait, where should I go, where should I go, where should I go, let me see, let me see, let me see…”?
- Stop everything you’re doing so you can start exploring travel destinations / travel dates?
- Defer sleep to patiently wait for the traffic-overburdened airline website to process your request?
- Scream “Nooooooooo” when the website says someone beat you to the punch on that “1 seat left” flight?
- Book a flight without knowing whether you can afford another vacation?
At least 3 out of 7? Yeah, it’s confirmed: you’ve got it bad.
And in other news:
Look, I got Cebu-Tokyo-Cebu tickets for PHP 1,212.92 (USD 28)!! Yay!!!
Cebu Pac, I hate you, but I love you
(Oh, I am so in trouble.)
“CAGEd” was created by LSS for travel site Small-Town Girls, Midnight Trains. All rights reserved.
(Update 10/31: Skyscanner PH sent me a nice note explaining what happened. See comments below.)
Today, October 29, will go down in history as the day Skyscanner gave me a mini-heart attack.
I mean, who wouldn’t get a heart attack from these prices?
Nepal for PHP 333? Australia for PHP 380? South Africa for PHP 456? Shut up and take my money.
Germany for PHP 843? Belgium for PHP 1,408? I DIE.
Italy for PHP 1,415?!?!?! *faint*
Sadly, the Thai Airways website didn’t seem to know what Skyscanner was talking about. I don’t know if it was a bug in their system, or a bug in Thai Airways’, or if there was some magic way of getting those fares (“Accio unbelievable fares”?), but…I wasn’t able to. No matter how much I tried to “game” Thai Airways’ website.
Hope can be so cruel sometimes. I so wanted to use my Schengen visa again, before it expires.
Don’t laugh. I am seriously heartbroken.
Okay, maybe a little laugh.
“Skyscanner why u so cruel?” was created by LSS for travel site Small-Town Girls, Midnight Trains. All rights reserved.