Zest Air Online Booking Easier

MANILA, Philippines - With the more focused commitment to customer satisfaction being undertaken by its new management, Zest Air, one of the country's leading budget airlines, has committed to make it even easier for travelers to select and book flights through its new online portal, flyzest.com.

Now, booking a flight through Zest Air is made easy as 1-2-3-4. Just visit www.flyzest.com and follow these four easy steps: One, select the desired flight; two, enter passenger details; and three, confirm flight details and services. After which, all a passenger needs to do is pay the required air fare (using any major credit card) and they'd be ready to fly.

Zest Air currently has an all Airbus fleet of 10 A/C at present, and is eyeing to expand its fleet with the acquisition of two more A320 aircraft by the fourth quarter of this year. It now flies to over 18 domestic and international destinations such as Boracay via Kalibo, Busuanga, Davao, Cebu, Legazpi, Iloilo, Manila, Marinduque, Masbate, Puerto Princesa, Tablas, Tagbilaran, and Tacloban. Zest Air's international destinations are Incheon, Korea direct from Manila; Incheon and Busan, Korea from Kalibo/Cebu; as well as Jinjiang, China; Beijing, China; and Taipei, Taiwan from Kalibo/Cebu. More international flights are also set to be offered this year such as Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and Macau.

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