Cebu Pacific Resumes Service From Manila to Siargao and Bohol
Updated: Sep 24, 2021
Cebu Pacific has restarted flights from Manila to Siargao and Bohol after the lifting of travel restrictions. The carrier is currently offering three weekly flight to Siargao, which will increase to five weekly flight from September 8th, while Bohol flights operate daily.
On Thursday (September 2, 2021), Cebu Pacific, the Philippines’ leading airline, announced the resumption of service from Manila to Siargao and Bohol. The carrier is offering three weekly flights between Manila and Siargao, which will increase to five times weekly from September 8, 2021, with flights on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. During September, the carrier will operate daily flights between Manila and Bohol. The restart of the routes follows the lifting of travel restrictions by the local governments of both provinces.
In Thursday’s announcement, Cebu Pacific’s Chief Commercial Officer, Xander Lao, said,
“The situation is still very fluid, yet we know there is a need for flights to cater to essential travel. We continue to prioritize everyjuan’s health and safety as we gradually rebuild our network and we look forward to adding more flights as demand increases.”
Passengers traveling to Bohol must present a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test conducted within 72 hours of departure, as well as an approved travel coordination permit from S-Pass. Customers must also e-mail all required travel documents to the Siargao Provincial Tourism Office and present the e-mail confirmation upon check-in and arrival.
Currently, Cebu Pacific offers service to 31 domestic and eight international destinations. 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