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You Can Fly to Your Local Dream Destination For as Low as P20

New year, new travels.
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We're well into the new year, and we're pretty sure that you've already marked the long weekends on your calendar for much-needed getaways and all-out trips to your dream destinations. All that's left to do is to book your plane tickets and lock in your next vacation. Philippine Airlines hopes to make your next travel much more affordable by offering one-way domestic tickets for as low as P20 as part of their 2020 New Year Sale.

Photo by COURTESY PHILIPPINE AIRLINES.
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In an online exchange between Philippine Airlines and SPOT.ph, the country's flag carrier confirmed that they're offering one-way economy tickets from Cebu to Kalibo for P20; and roundtrip economy base fare from Zamboanga to Kota Kinabalu for $20. Yes, the play on 20s for the year 2020 is not lost on us.

Tepanee Beach on Malapascua Island, Cebu
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Photo by FLICKR/MOHD FAZLIN.

Discounts to local and international destinations are also up for grabs during the five-day sale. And the best way to score deals is by booking two passengers or more at a time, which means it's time to tag your friends or special someone for your next getaway.

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Sale period is from January 20 to 24, while travel period is from July 1 to December 10.

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This story originally appeared on Spot.ph. Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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