All domestic and international commercial flights are indefinitely canceled while the enhanced community quarantine in Luzon and across the country lasts. But Cebu Pacific is continuously operating its all-cargo flights to facilitate the transport of food, medicines, and vital supplies across the archipelago.
This is the budget carrier’s way to participate in the prevailing spirit of BayaniJuan amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Logically, the aviation industry plays an important role in keeping the movement of humanitarian assistance fast and reliable during times of crisis like this.
The company has been constantly coordinating with the Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) and other related government agencies for the transport of cargoes—particularly those that are considered essentials or necessities these days.
Cebu Pacific’s cargo services include airlift support for local governments, humanitarian and aid organizations, and other groups or institutions that are into providing much-needed personal protective equipment (PPEs) and medical supplies for healthcare front liners in different areas nationwide. This special service has also facilitated support for the air sent through Vice President Leni Robredo’s Angat Buhay Program, the Philippine Red Cross, the Philippine Army, the Department of Health, and the TOWNS Foundation, among others.
Cebu Pacific has so far operated more than 40 cargo flights between Metro Manila, Cebu, Davao, General Santos City, Cagayan de Oro, Iloilo, and Tacloban. It has been utilizing its fleet of Airbus jets and an ATR turboprop aircraft. The airline is the only one in the country that keeps a dedicated ATR Freighter that is capable of carrying up to 7 tons of cargo in a single uplift.
For inquiries, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call +63288027070. Organizations that may require airlift support for PPEs, medicines and other forms of humanitarian aid may send an email to SocialResponsibility@cebupacificair.com.