By Dhel Nazario
Cebu Pacific will be resuming with a limited number of domestic flights on June 2 while all international flights will still be suspended from June 1 to June 30.
“We will continue to work with the Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF), as well as other national and local government authorities, on the rules and requirements to resume commercial passenger flights between areas under General Community Quarantine (GCQ),” the airline said on Saturday.
From June 2 to 4, they will be having flights from Manila to General Santos to Manila; from June 3 to 4, there will be flights from Manila to General Santos to Manila; Manila to Naga to Manila; Manila to Cagayan de Oro to Manila; and Manila to Cebu to Manila.
These are the schedule of the flights:
Route Flight Estimated Departure Effective Date
Manila-General Santos 5J 995 11:35 a.m. June 2-4, 2020
General Santos-Manila 5J 996 2:20 p.m.. June 2-4, 2020
Manila-Naga DG 6111 12:10 p.m. June 3-4, 2020
Naga-Manila DG 6112 2:00 p.m. June 3-4, 2020
Manila-Cagayan de Oro 5J 395 1:00 p.m. June 3-4, 2020
Cagayan de Oro-Manila 5J 396 3:25 p.m. June 3-4, 2020
Manila-Cebu 5J 553 1:05 p.m. June 3-4, 2020
Cebu-Manila 5J 554 3:35 p.m. June 3-4, 2020
All flights from Manila will depart and arrive from the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 3.
The airline said that they will provide updates on flight schedules from June 5 onward. They will gradually build-up their domestic flight network, depending on market demand, quarantine restrictions and government regulations.
“Leisure travel is not allowed, as per government guidelines. Guests must check guidelines from the IATF, and with the local governments of their origin and destination for the required documents,” Cebu Pacific said.
It also said that it has also been rolling out its guidelines for safe Contactless Flights, so guests will know what to expect before their trips.
Contactless Flight guidelines include the wearing of masks, online check-in, being at the airport three hours before flight, counter closure of one hour before flight, minimum one hand-carry per person, contactless boarding procedures, and physical distancing.
“We have also increased safety measures, including extensive daily disinfection of aircraft, cleaning of airport passenger surfaces such as shuttle buses and bag drop counters, frontliners’ use of personal protective equipment, and rapid testing for cabin crew and pilots,” it added.