MANILA, Philippines (UPDATE) - Several airlines waived rebooking fees again on Wednesday (August 8) for passengers who are unable to make their flights due to the continued rains and floods.
Cebu Pacific announced it was waiving rebooking fees for August 8 and 9 (Thursday). Passengers may rebook their flights for travel within 30 days without any charges or put the value of their booking in a travel fund..
Other airlines have yet to announce if they are allowing passengers on August 9 flights to rebook their flights without penalties as well.
On Wednesday, Philippine Airlines said rebooking charges are waived for passengers to and from Manila who could not make their flight, but rebooking is subject to availability.
Philippines' AirAsia said affected passengers who booked flights departing from Clark International Airport on Wednesday may rebook or move their flights for free until August 21.
Zest Air offered passengers, who failed to make their flights due to the floods, to rebook within 30 days without penalties or a full refund.
Local airlines had also waived rebooking fees on Tuesday, amid non-stop rains and massive floods in Metro Manila and nearby areas.