Cebu Pacific continues to gradually rebuild its network of international flights. Beginning August 1, it will be flying twice weekly from Tokyo (Narita) to Manila (Wednesday and Saturday). On August 6, the budget airline will be flying two times weekly (Thursday and Saturday) between Manila and Singapore; and every Thursday from Seoul (Incheon) to Manila.
Cebu Pacific kickstarted it’s non-domestic services mid-July when it opened its once a week Manila-Dubai flights.
Meanwhile, adding to the Tokyo, Singapore and Incheon flights, beginning August 7 there will be twice weekly flights (Wednesday and Friday) between Taipei and Manila. One-way flights to Manila from Osaka (Kansai) are also scheduled to begin on August 7.
“We are taking a conservative and agile approach to rebuilding our international network. While demand remains soft, there is latent demand for travel, particularly from stranded individuals and those who are eager to come home to visit their families,” said Candice Iyog, Vice President for Marketing and Customer Experience of Cebu Pacific.
Travel regulations issued by the governments of the Philippines, Japan, South Korea, Singapore and Taiwan will be implemented in these flights as necessary. These include a requirement to secure a negative RT-PCR test prior to departure, mandatory COVID screening or tests and a mandatory 14-day quarantine upon arrival.
“We have taken extra precautions and assure travelers that preventive measures are in place so we can start rebuilding the trust and confidence in air travel,” Iyog added.
Cebu Pacific says it has intensified preventive measures across its operations, in accordance with global safety standards. Aligned with the rest of the aviation industry, travelers can expect layers of bio-security measures that begin at the point of checking-in for a flight online. Contactless flight procedures are implemented using scanners and physical distancing, to minimize physical contact of passengers among each other and with personnel.
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Cebu Pacific says it has also adjusted its policies—allowing for increased flexibility and added peace of mind for passengers given the developing situation for air travel. These options include unlimited rebooking and extension of the Travel Fund validity to two years. For passengers with cancelled flights, or those who want to voluntarily alter travel plans, they may manage their bookings through the “Manage Booking” portal in the Cebu Pacific website (http://bit.ly/CEBmanageflight). For more information, FAQs may be found here: https://bit.ly/CEBfaqs