Included in Cebu Pacific's limited operations are flights to Naga, Cagayan de Oro, Cebu, and General Santos.
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Cebu Pacific will reopen some routes in and out of Manila starting June 2

While leisure travel is still not permitted, the airline will have limited domestic flights for the coming week, which will all depart or arrive out of NAIA Terminal 3. 
ANCX | May 31 2020

Cebu Pacific and Cebgo will resume passenger flights on June 2, 2020, with a limited number of domestic flights. We will continue to work with the Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF), as well as other national and local government authorities, on the rules and requirements to resume commercial passenger flights between areas under General Community Quarantine (GCQ).    

Here is the flight schedule for June 2 to 4, 2020:  

Route   

Flight   

Estimated Departure   

Effective Date  

Manila-General Santos  

5J 995   

11:35am  

June 2-4, 2020  

General Santos-Manila  

5J 996  

2:20pm  

June 2-4, 2020  

Manila-Naga    

DG 6111  

12:10pm  

June 3-4, 2020  

Naga-Manila    

DG 6112  

2:00pm  

June 3-4, 2020  

Manila-Cagayan de Oro  

5J 395  

1:00pm  

June 3-4, 2020  

Cagayan de Oro-Manila  

5J 396  

3:25pm  

June 3-4, 2020  

 Manila-Cebu  

5J 553  

1:05pm  

June 3-4, 2020  

 Cebu-Manila  

5J 554  

3:35pm  

June 3-4, 2020  

In Manila, all flights will depart and arrive from Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3.  

All International flights will remain suspended in the entire month of June.  Cebu Pacific will provide updates on flight schedules from June 5 onward, and will gradually build-up its domestic network, depending on market demand, quarantine restrictions, and government regulations.  

Leisure travel is not allowed, as per government guidelines. Guests must check guidelines from the IATF, and with the local governments of their origin and destination for the required documents.  

Those whose flights are cancelled have options, including rebooking and full refunds.

Contactless flights  

In the meantime, CEB had been rolling out its guidelines for safe contactless flights, so guests will know what to expect before their trips.  Some of the guidelines included are the wearing of masks, online check-in, being at the airport three hours before flight, counter closure one hour before the flight, maximum one hand-carry per person, contactless boarding procedures, and physical distancing.   

The airline has also increased its safety measures, which includes extensive daily disinfection of aircraft, cleaning of airport passenger surfaces such as shuttle buses and bag drop counters, frontliners’ use of personal protective equipment, and rapid testing for cabin crew and pilots. You can learn more by visiting CebuPacificAirCorporate.com.

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Flexible options

The airline will continue to offer options for passengers affected by flight cancellations from June 1 to 30, 2020.  These ticketholders may rebook their flight for travel within three months of the original flight date; place the full cost of the ticket in a Travel Fund that will be valid for one year; or avail of a full refund. They may use the Manage Booking portal in the Cebu Pacific website to select any of these options. For more information, FAQs may be found here.

This is a developing situation and restart operations may change as quarantine conditions evolve across the aviation network. Cebu Pacific may reduce or add flights depending on passenger demand and travel restrictions. For more information, you can check CebuPacificAir, or visit the airline’s Facebook page.