Roger suggested, “Pare, Zest Air ka na lang, mas mura ‘yun kesa sa Cebu Pacific,” this is ofcourse an answer to my question: Anong airline kaya mas ok papuntang Cagayan De Oro?
“Huh? Zest Air? Bago ‘yun ah. Baka Mag-Cebu Pacific na lang ako kesa sa ‘di pa tested,” I answered.
“Dating Asian Spirit. Sobrang mura ng flights. Baka ‘yun din ang sakyan namin papuntang Boracay next month,” Roger confessed.
“Talaga? Sige ma-check nga ‘yang Zest Air na ‘yan.”
Being the wiki-freak that I am, checked Zest Air on wikipedia learned that the makers of Zest-O holds a major stake on the company, hence the rebranding.
I also found this information at the bottom of the Wikipedia article:
Incidents and Accident
As Zest Airways
On 11 January 2009, Zest Airways Flight 865, a Xian MA60 with 22 passengers three crew abroad, undershoot runway 06 when it landed at Godofredo P. Ramos Airport, swerved sharply to the left when it touched the runway after the initial impact and hit a concrete barrier seriously damaging its nose. The plane’s landing gears and propellers also suffered major damage. Three persons were injured. There were no fatalities.
After forwarding the exact article to Roger, he screamed, “Haha! Para kang gago. Yan kaya sasakyan ko papuntang Boracay.”