Cebu Pacific to resume passenger services on June 2 beginning with 4 flights

Cebu Pacific has announced the resumption of commercial flights on June 2 with a limited number of domestic flights out from the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) terminal 3.

In-line with the Philippine government's general community quarantine regulations, the airline will operate flights from Manila to Cebu, General Santos, Cagayan de Oro, and Naga. All Cebu Pacific international flights remain suspended until June 30.

Leisure travel is not yet allowed

Cebu Pacific also reminds is passengers that leisure travel is still not yet allowed under the guidelines of the GCQ. Passengers must be ready to present required documents should they be needed, so as to check with their local governments in destinations.

Subject to change

Local airlines work closely with government authorities as they restart commercial passenger operations., hence, schedules, frequencies, and destinations are contingent to these government retrictions, policies, health condition at a certain area, and travel demand. 

As such, Cebu Pacific reminds all that everything is subject to change where frequencies and destinations may be added or reduced.

Cebu Pacific suspended all its commercial passenger flights last March in response to the coronavirus pandemic which resulted to the dip in air travel demand and government imposed travel bans.

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