Budget carrier Cebu Pacific on Wednesday announced the schedule of its flights for Thursday until Sunday, June 4 to 7, 2020.
In an advisory, the airline said it plan to mount the following CebPac and Cebgo flights on the said period:
- 5J 995: Manila-General Santos (estimated departure from NAIA Terminal 3 at 11:35 a.m.)
- 5J 996: General Santos-Manila (estimated departure from General Santos International Airport at 2:20 p.m.)
- DG 6111: Manila-Naga (estimated departure from NAIA Terminal 3 at 12:10 p.m.)
- DG 6112: Naga-Manila (estimated departure from Naga Airport at 2:00 p.m.)
- 5J 395: Manila-Cagayan de Oro (estimated departure from NAIA Terminal 3 at 1:00 p.m.)
- 5J 396: Cagayan de Oro-Manila (estimated departure from Laguindingan Airport at 3:25 p.m.)
“As this is a developing situation, flight schedules may change, subject to approval from the Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF), the Local Government Units (LGU) and other concerned government agencies,” Cebu Pacific said.
“Additional flight schedules will be announced, as we continue to work with the IATF and the LGUs on resuming domestic routes,” it said.
Passengers on the above-mentioned flights are reminded of the following:
- Per government regulations, leisure travel is not allowed. The flights are intended only for essential travel. Guests may be asked to present requirements to prove the purpose of travel. Please check guidelines of the IATF, or with the LGU of origin and destination.
- Avoid going to the airport without a confirmed flight. We encourage guests to manage their bookings via the Cebu Pacific website.
- Be at the airport at least three hours before flight. Check-in counters close one hour before departure.
- Wearing of face masks is mandatory. Physical distancing will also be observed from check-in to boarding to deplaning
“We have enhanced our safety measures across our operations, on top of implementing preventive measures for the welfare of our passengers and personnel,” the airline said.
“Cebu Pacific adheres to air travel guidelines issued by the International Civil Aviation Organization, as well as local and international health authorities, including the World Health Organization,” it said. — Ted Cordero/RSJ, GMA News