Cebu Pacific Announces 21 Out of 33 of Their Network Destinations are now Open for Leisure Travelers
Cebu Pacific has announced that 21 of 33 of the destinations in their network are now open for leisure travel, including popular beach destinations such as Boracay, Bohol, Camiguin, Coron, Cebu, Dumaguete, Puerto Princesa and Siargao.
On Friday (November 5, 2021), Cebu Pacific announced that currently 21 out of 33 destinations in their network are now open for fully-vaccinated leisure travelers. This includes popular beach getaways such as Boracay, Bohol, Camiguin, Coron (point-to-point bubble tourism), Cebu, Dumaguete, Puerto Princesa (bound for El Nido and San Vicente only), and Siargo. Additionally, travelers can now enjoy gastronomic getaway to Clark, Manila and Roxas.
In Friday’s announcement, Cebu Pacific’s Vice President for Marketing and Customer Experience, Candice Iyog, said,
“We are happy to share this update with everyJuan as we see more destinations in our country safely open up their borders. We firmly believe domestic tourism is the way to go – and we remain cautiously optimistic as we gradually ramp up our network to pave the way for domestic travel recovery. We’ve said this before, and we want to say it again – making travel easier for the public will encourage them to fly during this time. On top of ensuring safe travels, we call on the industry to continue working together so we inspire more people to travel responsibly and fly easy.”
Currently, Cebu Pacific offers service to 21of 33 destinations in their network. The airline has received a 7/7 star rating from airlineratings.com for their multi-layered COVID-19 health and safety protocols including contactless procedures, thorough cleaning and disinfection, mandatory masks and face shields and mandatory Antigen testing for frontline team members. All Cebu Pacific aircraft are also fitted with hospital-grade HEPA filters which remove 99.99% of airborne particulates, including virus clusters. Cebu Pacific operates one of the youngest fleets in the world with 73 aircraft, including two dedicated ATR freighters and one Airbus A330 freighter.
Source: Cebu Pacific