OPENING. Ticket1 chief executive Jonathan Wee (left), vice-presidential candidate Dr. Willie (right), and Isko Moreno’s senatorial bettor Dr. Carl Balita cut the ribbon during the opening of the new branch of Ticket1 at Parkmall in Mandaue City. (Photo by Honey I. Cotejo)
ONE of the largest travel agency chains in the country, Ticket1, has opened a new branch at Parkmall in Mandaue City.
This is the ninth branch of the agency in Cebu, after CityMall Bacalso, CityMall Danao, Gaisano Capital South, Gaisano Country Mall, Gaisano Grand Fiesta Mall in Talisay City, Pacific Mall Mandaue, Gaisano Mactan Island Mall in Lapu-Lapu City and Super Metro Lapu- City of Lapu.
“We hope to provide Filipinos with cheaper travel fares and also allow them to travel safely,” said Jonathan Wee, managing director of Ticket1.
Wee also told Sunstar Cebu that they aim to establish more branches in the country to help more Filipinos with their travel needs, especially during this time when travel restrictions in the country have been eased.
Ticket1 is the only travel chain operating in the Philippines. It all started in Zamboanga in 2012. Since then, the company has received several awards, including Asia’s Outstanding Travel Agency of the Year for 2022.
Ticket1’s Parkmall branch opened on Saturday, April 9, 2022.
The travel agency chain offers affordable flight rates to all local and international airlines. It also offers other services such as hotel reservations, tour packages, boat and ferry ticketing, passport appointment assistance, and even visa processing.
“The name Ticket1 means meeting all travel needs in one group. So for all your travel needs, just go to Ticket1,” Wee said.
Ticket1 currently has 40 retail branches nationwide.
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