Cebu Pacific requires passengers to wear face shields throughout flights

Still in line with the directives from the Inter-Agency Task Force on Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF) and the national government, Cebu Pacific will require every passenger in any of its flights to wear a face shield effective August 15, 2020. This requirement shall be observed in the entire duration of each flight.

This will be on top of the current mandate for all passengers and crew members to wear face masks upon entry to the airport terminal until the arrival at the flight destination.

Cebu Pacific will continue to implement enhanced bio-security preventive measures to keep its passengers and personnel safe at all times. Those measures include daily extensive cleaning and disinfection protocols for all aircraft and facilities, rapid antibody testing for all frontliners and crew, and contactless flight procedures. These are based on global best practices and are in adherence to the highest safety standards.

All passengers are required to observe the safety protocols set by the government before, during, and after every flight.

Cebu Pacific makes sure every aircraft undergoes routine disinfection.

Meanwhile, all domestic flights of Cebu Pacific that are going to and coming from Metro Manila remain cancelled until August 18, 2020 due to the ongoing modified enhanced community quarantine in the Mega-Manila area. However, Cebu-Clark-Cebu and Cebu-Davao-Cebu flights continue every Tuesday.

All international flights that resumed in August are proceeding as scheduled, except for flights between Manila and Taipei (until further notice). All other international flights that were not announced to resume yet will remain cancelled.

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