CEBU Pacific announced that passengers may now travel for leisure, following the de-escalation of the status of the National Capital Region (NCR) to Alert Level 2.
Under Alert Level 2, intrazonal and interzonal travel are allowed subject to travel requirements set by the local government unit (LGU) of the destination based on the government’s latest announcement and issued IATF Resolution 159-A.
Passengers regardless of vaccination status may travel if they fully comply with the travel requirements of the LGU of their destination. Minors and senior citizens are also allowed to travel, even for leisure.
“We welcome this positive development as we believe this easing of restrictions enables the travel and tourism sector to recover sooner than later. Safety continues to be our topmost priority and we remain committed to ensuring everyJuan travels with peace of mind on CEB. We look forward to increasing our flight frequencies as we expect to safely fly more passengers in the coming months,” said Candice Iyog, Vice President for Marketing & Customer Experience.
Passengers must check the LGU of their destination and ensure requirements are complete before proceeding to the Airport. Travel documents and frequently asked questions (FAQs) may be viewed at CEB’s URL: bit.ly/CEBFaqs
Passengers are advised to update their contact details via bit.ly/CEBUpdateInfo, so CEB can continue notifying guests on flight changes, reminders, and updates.
For other questions or concerns, passengers may send a message via Charlie the Chatbot on the Cebu Pacific website.
CEB operates with 100% fully vaccinated active flying crew. Our pilots and cabin crew undergo regular antigen testing (Test Before Duty) before they are assigned to operate flights. CEB has already started its booster program to ensure the continued safety of its employees and passengers.