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Cebu Pacific Group cancels domestic flights from NAIA

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Aviation Updates Philippines – On Monday, Cebu Pacific Air and Cebgo announced it will cancel all domestic flights to and from Metro Manila due to the reintroduction of the Modified Enhanced Community Quarantine (MECQ) in NCR.

In an advisory, Cebu Pacific said all its commercial domestic flights from Manila are cancelled from August 4 to 18, in line with government guidelines. Under the MECQ, no commercial domestic flights are allowed.

However, the low-cost airline said it will continue to operate Clark-Cebu-Clark and Cebu-Davao-Cebu flights every Tuesday. Cebu Pacific also intends to operate limited international flights to and from Asian destinations.

Available Cebu Pacific domestic and international flights from August 4 to 18, 2020:
  • Clark-Cebu-Clark (every Tuesday)
  • Cebu-Davao-Cebu (every Tuesday)
  • Manila-Dubai (every Sunday)
  • Dubai-Manila (every Monday)
  • Manila-Incheon (every Thursday)
  • Tokyo (Narita)-Manila (every Wednesday and Saturday)
  • Osaka-Manila (every Friday)
  • Manila-Singapore (every Thursday and Saturday)
  • Singapore-Manila (every Friday and Sunday)

Cebu Pacific has also cancelled flights from Manila to Taipei, among all other international flights.

The airline will continue to mount all-cargo and sweeper flights to ensure transport of essential goods across the country, and to bring home stranded individuals, respectively.

Affected passengers may opt to rebook their flight to any travel date within three months from the original date of flight, place the full cost of the ticket into a Travel Fund valid for two years, and request a Full Refund.

Due to the fluidity of the situation, flights may change over time. Cebu Pacific continue to update and inform its passengers for any necessary changes or updates before their flights.

Photo from HoshiSpotter by Patrick Dariagan

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