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Cebu Pacific Now Offers Free Rebooking Or Travel Fund Option For March 2020 FlightsThis applies to flights scheduled from March 10 to April 30.by Kate Borbon .
According to an advisory on the official Cebu Pacific Facebook page, though the carrier continues to operate its flights as scheduled, it has also made changes to its booking policies due to rebooking and cancellation requests made by passengers in light of the COVID-19 outbreak.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
First, passengers may choose to rebook their flights. For this option, the change fee is waived but the fare difference may apply.
Second, passengers may choose to put the full cost of their ticket in a travel fund that they can use as the payment for a flight they will purchase in the future. Cebu Pacific says this travel fund is valid for 180 days and may be used for bookings as far as 12 months in the future.CONTINUE READING BELOWRecommended Videos
Lastly, passengers of all new flights booked from March 10 to April 30, regardless of the travel date and destination, may avail of the carrier’s CEB Flexi option, which allows them to rebook their flights up to two times (fare difference may apply). To avail of this service, simply select the CEB Flexi add-on while booking your flight.
In the advisory, Cebu Pacific also reiterates that it practices precautionary measures against COVID-19, including frequent deep-extensive cleaning and disinfection of the aircraft, provision of gloves and disinfectants for the cabin crew to use, and the use of HEPA filters in the aircraft to block 99.99% of viruses and contaminants.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
To rebook your flight or put it in a travel fund, just go to the Manage Booking portal on the Cebu Pacific website.
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