2GO update: Cebu-Ormoc Supercat route

Supercat reminder as of Dec. 16, 2016!
Check your Supercat schedule
[caption id="attachment_5249" align="aligncenter" width="400"] Supercat Cebu contact numbers: +63 32 233-7000 (landline), +63 925 582-4232 (mobile)[/caption]
And book your trip online via the Supercat website.
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In Cebu, one can also book your tickets via two 2GO Travel and Supercat counters at the Pier 1, Port of Cebu. That's near Plaza Independencia and Fort San Pedro.

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Armed groups with trucks ‘lead’ looting: Tacloban traders

[caption id="attachment_3744" align="alignleft" width="1135"] Tacloban and Cebu businessmen face Cebu media and some bloggers at Lakwatsa in Mandaeu City -- (from left) Mario Panganiban, Jean Marechaux, Andrew Ng, Joe Ng, Philip Tan, Consul Antonio Chiu, Regan King, and Junie Luna.[/caption]

Media reports of desperate survivors pushed to loot supermarkets and warehouses by hunger are largely inaccurate.

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AirAsia Zest begins campaign to aid typhoon Yolanda victims

Tune Hotels joins hands to extend relief aid
Manila – AirAsia Zest, in collaboration with Tune Hotels, today officially starts, To Philippines With Love, a donation and relief drive aimed at helping typhoon devastated communities in central Philippines.
To Philippines With Love, involves free airlift of goods and transport for accredited rescue, humanitarian and medical workers.

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Globe volunteers conduct relief operations in Bohol

[caption id="attachment_3599" align="aligncenter" width="672"] A Globe employee-volunteer hands over water and food pack to one of the earthquake victims in Loboc, Bohol.[/caption]

Red Cross donations via GCash urged; cell sites converted into free charging centers

Leading telecommunications company Globe Telecom employee-volunteers conduct relief operations in the municipalities of Loboc, Maribojoc, and Loon in Bohol, benefitting some 200 families in each area.

The three municipalities are among the areas hardest hit by the earthquake which struck Central Visayas in the morning of October 15, 2013.

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AirAsia Zest airlifts relief goods to areas hit by 7.2-strong quake

AIRASIA Zest has flown in aboard its PQ-7489 flight the first batch of relief goods from Manila on October 24, 2013 at the Mactan Cebu International Airport as part of its relief operations for earthquake victims in Central Visayas.
With the relief operation called “Bangon Cebu ug Bohol,” the AirAsia Zest offers free airlift services of relief goods and volunteer personnel from Luzon to Cebu and Bohol.

[caption id="attachment_3579" align="alignright" width="436"] (From left) Mactan-Cebu International Airport Authority (MCIAA) board member and Cebu businessman Ricky Dakay and Manager Nigel Paul Villarete welcomee AirAsia Zest COO Joy Caneba and CEO Maan

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