Cebu Pacific has resumed three weekly flights to Bangkok and weekly flights to Fukuoka and Jakarta. Fully-vaccinated travelers from visa-free countries can now visit the Philippines without quarantine requirements, providing they have a negative PCR test.
On Tuesday (February 15, 2022), Cebu Pacific, the Philippines’ leading carrier, announced the resumption of three weekly flights to Bangkok, as well as weekly service to Fukuoka and Jakarta. With the recent lifting of restrictions, fully-vaccinated travelers from visa-free countries can now visit the Philippines without observing mandatory facility-based quarantine upon arrival. Visitors will still be required to present a negative RT-PCR test result taken within 48 hours of arrival. Cebu Pacific also plans to resume daily service Between Manila and Dubai from March 1st, as well as to Ho Chi Minh (March 1st) and Taipei on March 2, 2022.
In Tuesday’s announcement, Cebu Pacific’s Chief Commercial Officer, Xander Lao, said,
“This development will benefit the tourism industry across the Philippines as we welcome vaccinated travelers from around the world to explore our beautiful shores. We laud the Department of Tourism for actively pushing for our country to start accepting foreign tourists again, and we will support this initiative however we can. We continue to bank on the rebound of domestic tourism this year while remaining agile in addressing demand for international travel as well. We are encouraged that with these positive indicators, more OFWs can also fly back home easily and safely to their families.”
Cebu Pacific CEB) currently operates the widest domestic network in the Philippines with 31 destinations, along with 15 international destinations. The carrier has received a 7/7 star rating from airlineratings.com for their multi-layered COVID-19 health and safety protocols. All Cebu Pacific crewmembers have been vaccinated, and are required to undergo regular antigen testing. CEB operates one of the world's youngest fleets with 74 aircraft, including two dedicated ATR freighters.
Source: Cebu Pacific