Cebu Pacific deploys self-bag tag kiosks at the NAIA Terminal3

Cebu Pacific has further enhanced its already effective contactless flight guidelines. The budget carrier is aiming to further minimize physical interactions between its staff and passengers. It continues to uphold its commitment to provide a safe and seamless passenger journey.

The company has deployed 21 self-bag tag kiosks at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3. The machines enable passengers to print bag tags and attach those to their own luggage, before going to the bag drop counters. This additional process for contactless flights lessens the queuing time for passengers aside from lowering the point of contact.

“Safety remains our topmost priority,” said Cebu Pacific VP for Marketing & Customer Experience Candice Iyog. “As we gradually see more destinations opening up for travel, we continue to improve our processes to ensure a safe and convenient travel journey for our passengers.”

Online check-in is also made mandatory to go hand-in-hand with this enhancement. Passengers may easily check-in via the CEB website or mobile app about seven days to one hour prior to the scheduled departure time.

These guidelines have been implemented with everyJuan’s convenience in mind. This is because the process is made faster and safer in the new normal. Passengers may also simply scan their boarding passes generated online to activate self-service check-in kiosks; follow directions shown on the screen, until ready to print bag tags.

From there, passengers will have to attach those on their own prior to depositing their bags at the designated counters. “This multi-layer approach to safety should result in our passengers’ regaining confidence in air travel, so #EveryJuanWillFlyAgain,” said Iyog.

Cebu Pacific has intensified its safety protocols across its operations through stringent on-ground and inflight preventive measures, in accordance with global safety standards. All of its aircraft undergo extensive daily disinfection before, during, and after each flight. Airbus jets are equipped with High-Efficiency Particular Arrestor (HEPA) filters to keep air contaminants (including the new coronavirus) at bay with up to 99.99% efficiency.