Passengers must wear face shields throughout the flight.
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Face shields are now required for all passengers of Cebu Pacific flights starting August 15

This is an added, government-directed requirement for those hopping on a plane this month.
ANCX | Aug 05 2020

In line with government directives, all Cebu Pacific passengers will be required to wear face shields during the entire flight starting August 15, 2020. This is on top of the mandatory use of face masks upon entering the airport terminal until arrival at the destination. 

Apart from this, the airline continues to implement enhanced bio-security preventive measures to keep its passengers and personnel safe. These safety measures include daily extensive cleaning and disinfection protocols for all aircraft and facilities, rapid antibody testing for all frontliners, and crew and contactless flight procedures.

As reported two days ago, all Cebu Pacific and Cebgo flights to and from Manila are cancelled until August 18, 2020 due to imposition of Modified Enhanced Community Quarantine (MECQ) over Metro Manila and adjacent provinces, and continued community quarantine over the rest of the country. 

The carrier continues to operate the following domestic flights: 

Route  

Frequency 

Cebu-Clark-Cebu 

Every Tue  

Cebu-Davao-Cebu 

Every Tue  

Local authorities may have specific requirements and regulations, depending on the destination. Guests are strongly urged to check with the concerned LGU first and select destinations that are closest to their residences.  

 

International flights

Cebu Pacific intends to continue operating the following international flights: 

 

 

Frequency 

Est Departure 

5J 18 

Manila-Dubai 

Every Sunday 

6:55pm (Manila time) 

5J 19 

Dubai-Manila 

Every Monday 

3:30am (Dubai time) 

5J 194 

Manila-Seoul (Incheon) 

Every Thursday 

11:55am (Manila time)  

5J 5059 

Tokyo (Narita)-Manila 

Every Wednesday / Saturday 

2:50pm (Japan time)  

5J 817 

Osaka-Manila 

Every Friday 
(Starting Aug 7) 

8:15pm (Japan time) 

5J 807 

Manila-Singapore 

Every Thursday / Saturday 
(Starting Aug 6) 

8:25pm (Manila time) 

5J 808 

Singapore-Manila 

Every Friday/ Sunday 
(Starting Aug 7) 

1:35am (Singapore time) 

Flights between Manila and Taipei, along with all other Cebu Pacific international flights, are also cancelled until further notice.  

Passengers are reminded of the following requirements for international travel: 

Manila-Dubai 

Dubai-Manila 

Manila- Seoul (Incheon) 

Japan (Tokyo / Osaka), Taipei and Singapore -Manila 

BEFORE DEPARTURE:  
 

·         Have a negative result on their PCR test report (validity: 96 hours)   

·         Travel and health insurance coverage valid in the UAE, as required by the Dubai Civil Aviation Authority.  

·         Fill-up a Health Declaration Form 

 

UPON ARRIVAL IN MANILA:  

·         COVID-19 RT-PCR test 

·         Mandatory quarantine procedures in approved facilities while awaiting test results  

·         Pre-register prior to departure from Dubai to expedite airport procedures. To save time, passengers are encouraged to pre-register and fill out the Electronic-Case Investigation Form (E-CIF) online at https://e-cif.redcross.org.ph/ 

BEFORE DEPARTURE: 

 

·         Have a negative result on their PCR test report from a duly recognized testing center (validity: 48 hours)   

 

UPON ARRIVAL IN SEOUL: 

 

·         Mandatory 14-day quarantine at a designated government facility at expense of the traveler (Cost:           

        KRW 1,400,000) 

UPON ARRIVAL IN MANILA:  

·         COVID-19 RT-PCR test 

·         Mandatory quarantine procedures in approved facilities while awaiting test results 

 

Those without any of these requirements may be denied check-in or boarding. 

Travel regulations issued by the governments of the Philippines, the United Arab Emirates and South Korea will be implemented as necessary and applicable. 

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Updated flight schedules may be checked via the Cebu Pacific website.  The carrier encourage passengers to manage their bookings online. Those on cancelled flights may choose to place the full cost of the ticket in a Travel Fund valid for two (2) years; get a full refund; or opt to rebook to any other travel date within three (3) months, free of charge. If travel is after three (3) months, change fees are still waived, but minimal fare difference may apply.  

Before going to the airport, you can check Flight Status on their website. Do not go to the airport unless you have verified and confirmed your flight schedule. For more information and FAQs, click here.