Do you like going to the movies with your best friend and her boyfriend? Are you always checking out new places to eat with your brother and his wife? Always jetting off to bucket-list destinations with college friends who are now dating? If you answered yes to all these, then you are a chronic (but lovable) third wheel. And this month, you get some cool perks, because Skyjet Airlines is giving a lot of love to third wheels out there through their 1+1=3 Promo.  

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Before you wonder about the questionable math, here's the deal: for every third ticket you book, you get the base fare free as long as you're booking with two passengers paying full fare. Booking period is from February 10 to 14, while travel period is from July 1 to October 24.

All reservations should be made through the SkyJet Ticketing Office in Pasay City or through the hotline (8) 8-SKYJET (8 8-759538). Tickets are non-refundable, non-reroutable, non-commissionable, non-transferrable, and non-endorsable. They're also inclusive of one 10 kg of checked baggage and 5 kg of carry-on baggage.

One-way base fare for paying passengers starts at P5,500 for Basco, P4,000 for Busuanga, and P5,500 for Siargao. This is inclusive of Value Added Tax, but exclusive of fuel surcharge, Aviation Security Fee, and Domestic Passenger Service Charge. Free tickets are still subject to Aviation Security Fee, and Domestic Passenger Service Charge.

For more information, visit Skyjet Airlines' website.

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