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Cebu Pacific Air offers its Passengers the option to Rebook their flights to Mindanao (Mindanao Travel Advisory)

Cebu Pacific Air Mindanao Travel Advisory May 2017

With the recent events happening in Marawi City and the declaration of Martial Law in Mindanao, Cebu Pacific Air assures its guests that operations in Mindanao remains normal. For guests who are concerned about traveling in Mindanao from May 25 to 31, 2017, may opt to rebook your tickets from free within 30 days; or place the cost of the ticket in a travel fund for future use. Read the full text of the travel advisory below.

MINDANAO TRAVEL ADVISORY


Operations of Cebu Pacific in Mindanao remain normal, with no restrictions or limitations imposed on air travel by the authorities.

However, in light of recent situation in Marawi City and the declaration of Martial Law in Mindanao, Cebu Pacific and Cebgo strongly advise all its passengers to allot sufficient travel time to get to the airports due to the heightened security measures being implemented. Heavy traffic is also anticipated around the areas as numerous check points are expected to be put up.

Guests flying to and from any Cebu Pacific or Cebgo destination in Mindanao from May 25 to 31, 2017 who are concerned about travelling at this time may opt to rebook their tickets from free within 30 days; or place the cost of the ticket in a travel fund for future use.

For flight rebookings or other concerns, guests are advised to contact the Cebu Pacific hotline at +632 7020-888. They may also message the official Cebu Pacific Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/cebupacificair) or Twitter (@CebuPacificAir) accounts.

CEB also reminds its passengers of the following:

• Remember to bring a valid ID* to be presented during check-in and boarding.
• Liquids, aerosols, and gels inside a hand-carry bag should be in a container (100 ml or less) and they should be placed in a clear, re-se¬alable plastic bag.
• Be conscious in bringing objects with sharp edges (i.e. nail files, nippers, nail cutters, scissors, etc.) as these may not be allowed in your hand-carry baggage
• If you are bringing gadgets like your laptop, be prepared to take it out for inspection

We sincerely hope for our guests’ understanding, as everyone’s safety remains our priority.


*List of Acceptable IDs

1. Passport (Phil. And Foreign issued)
2. Driver’s License
3. Phil. Regulations Commission ID
4. SSS Card
5. GSIS e-card
6. Voter’s ID
7. Integrated Bar of the Philippines ID
8. Seaman’s Book
9. Government Office ID
10. ACR / ICR
11. Company ID (Regulated by BSP, SEC, or IC)
12. Government-owned or controlled corporation ID
13. Unified Multi-purpose ID
14. NBI Clearance
15. Police Clearance
16. Senior Citizen Card
17. Postal ID
18. TIN Card
19. Barangay Certification
20. Health Insurance Card ng Bayan
21. OWWA ID
22. OFW ID
23. National Council of Disability Affairs ID
24. DSWD Certification
25. School ID (signed by Principal)

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