Cebu Pacific offers flexible domestic flights until 31 January

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Customers at the low-cost airline Cebu Pacific (CEB), which travels domestically from 5.-31. January, and who wish to postpone their flight, have up to two hours before departure time to choose between the options for rebooking or travel fund.

The option of rebooking is for travel within 60 days at no extra cost and with waiver of the price difference. The travel fund option allows the amount of a passenger’s reservation to be stored in a virtual CEB wallet and is valid for two years.

Both options are available via the Manage Reservation Portal at bit.ly/CEBmanageflight.

The CEB also announced on 6 January that it is reviewing its network plan and monitoring the number of crews in view of quarantined employees. It cancels a number of domestic flights from 7 to 10 January, with passengers to be transferred to other available flights on the same day.

The affected flights are listed on bit.ly/CEBAdvisory_Jan2022Fly.

Meanwhile, the CEB Terminal 3 box office is closed for the time being.

To stem the rise in COVID-19 cases after the holidays, the Philippines’ cross-organizational Task Force for Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF-EID) raised Metro Manila to alert level 3 status from 3-15. January.

Growth in COVID-19 cases in the capital rose from -51% from November 21 to December 18 to + 501% from December 5 to January 1, according to the chairman of the Metro Manila Development Authority, Benjamin de Castro Abalos, Jr. in a town hall discussion on January 5th.

Omicron, the latest COVID-19 variant of concern, may hamper the recovery of the tourism industry.

“[The Omicron] the increase will be driven by irresponsibility and selfishness on the part of individuals who break protocols put in place to ensure everyone’s safety, ”said Asian Institute of Management economist John Paolo R. Rivera in a Jan. 4 speech. BusinessWorld Article. – P. Mirasol

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