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CEB cancels some local flights due to COVID

Cebu Pacific Air (CEB) has cancelled a number of local flights from Jan. 8 to 10 after the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) capped the number of arrivals at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) amid rising COVID-19 cases.

The Gokongwei-owned airline said in its advisory on Friday, Jan. 7 that it has cancelled 11 local flights for Jan. 8 and 9, and 10 flights for Jan. 10.

As the situation remains fluid, the airline stated it can cancel additional flights in the coming days.

CEB also continues to review its manpower levels with employees currently on quarantine.

The airline is working non-stop to minimize impact on customers and crew, while practicing health protocols.

Passengers affected by the cancellations have been informed through the contact details provided in their booking.

They can rebook for travel within 60 days at no additional cost, following CEB’s permanent removal of change fees. Fare differences are waived. Passengers can opt to store the amount in a virtual CEB wallet valid for two years and use this to either book a new flight or pay for add-ons such as baggage allowance and seat selection. They can refund their tickets although the process may take up to two months from the date of request.

CEB is offering flexible options for all domestic flights until Jan. 31.

Passengers who wish to voluntarily postpone their travel plans may cancel up to two hours before their scheduled time of departure and select their preferred option through the Manage Booking portal (http://bit.ly/CEBmanageflight) on the Cebu Pacific website.

For Jan. 8, 2022 , CEB cancelled the following flights:

· 5J 337/338 Manila – Kalibo – Manila

· DG 6193/6194 Manila – Legazpi – Manila

· 5J 659/660 Manila – Tacloban – Manila

· 5J 899/900 Manila – Boracay (Caticlan) – Manila

· 5J 449/450 Manila – Iloilo – Manila

· 5J 793/794 Manila – Butuan – Manila

· 5J 379/380 Manila – Cagayan de Oro – Manila

· 5J 887/888 Manila – Cotabato – Manila

· DG 6247/6248 Manila – Boracay (Caticlan) – Manila

· 5J 977/978 Manila – Davao – Manila

· 5J 569/570 Manila – Cebu – Manila

For Jan. 9, 2022, these flights are cancelled:

· 5J 617/618 Manila – Bohol (Tagbilaran) – Manila

· 5J 903/904 Manila – Boracay (Caticlan) – Manila

· 5J 196/197 Manila – Cauayan – Manila

· 5J 647/648 Manila – Puerto Princesa – Manila

· 5J 449/450 Manila – Iloilo – Manila

· 5J 977/978 Manila – Davao – Manila

· 5J 391/392 Manila – Cagayan de Oro – Manila

· 5J 567/568 Manila – Cebu – Manila

· DG 6051/6052 Manila – Coron (Busuanga) – Manila

· DG 6247/6248 Manila – Boracay (Caticlan) – Manila

For Jan. 10, 2022, the following flights are also cancelled:

· 5J 619/620 Manila – Bohol (Tagbilaran) – Manila

· 5J 891/892 Manila – Boracay (Caticlan) – Manila

· DG 6247/6248 Manila – Boracay (Caticlan) – Manila

· 5J 383/384 Manila – Cagayan de Oro – Manila

· 5J 565/566 Manila – Cebu – Manila

· 5J 575/576 Manila – Cebu – Manila

· 5J 703/704 Manila – Dipolog –Manila

· DG 6193/6194 Manila – Legazpi – Manila

· 5J 637/638 Manila – Puerto Princesa – Manila

· 5J 657/658 Manila – Tacloban – Manila

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