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Zesty way to fly



CHINESE Embassy Consul General Shen Zhi Cheng; Zest Air
president Alfredo Yao; DOT Assistant Secretary and chief of staff Eugene Kaw; Zest Air chair Donald Dee, Undersecretary Cristino Panlilio, BOI chair; and Mayor John Yap, Municipality of Malay, during the ribbon-cutting ceremony that formally launched Zest Air’s maiden flight to Shanghai, China

Zest Airways is the best way to fly to Shanghai (which is the new Hong Kong for shopping and sight-seeing) at a base airfare of only P1,448. There are four quick steps to getting onboard its new jets.

Log on to www.flyzest.com and choose your date of departure. Zest Airways flies to Shanghai four times a week—Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday. Then, provide passenger details and confirm your flight. The last step is to provide payment via credit card.

It is a late-night flight from NAIA 3, and the return is rather early in the morning, but for the seasoned travelers, this means no airport crowds.


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