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Last update: 4 Feb 2014
About Cebu Pacific Air
Cebu Air, Inc., operating as Cebu Pacific Air offers scheduled flights to both domestic and international destinations. Cebu Pacific Air is currently the Philippines leading domestic carrier, serving the most domestic destinations with the largest number flights and routes, and equipped with the youngest fleet.
Its main base is Ninoy Aquino International Airport, Manila, with other hubs at Mactan-Cebu International Airport, Francisco Bangoy International Airport and Diosdado Macapagal International Airport.
Rules and information for Cebu Pacific Air
Each passenger can bring into the cabbin one standard bag with a maximum weight of 7kg.
Please be aware that in the price of Cebu Pacific Air tickets is not included any checked baggage. If you want to check-in a bag, you have to pay a fee. This differs per flight, please check the website of Cebu Pacific Air before placing your booking.
Cancellations, name changes and refunds
Rebooking and flight changes are allowed, but the request to rebook has to be made more than 24 hours before scheduled time of departure, you have to pay a rebooking fee and the fare difference.
Refunds will not be given only in special circumstances and will be done by creation of a Travel Fund in your name at Cebu Pacific.
Tickets for Cebu can be booked online on the website of Cebu Pacific Air, or by going to a travel agent.
News about Cebu Pacific Air
25 Jan 10:21 Cebu Pacific to start long-haul operations bworldonline.com
25 Jan 10:17 Cebu Pacific gets new aircraft with fuel-saving feature sunstar.com.ph
22 Nov 16:14 Cebu Pacific to start flights to Bali in 2013 gmanetwork.com
19 Nov 09:12 Cebu Pacific seeks OK for fuel surcharge hike business.inquirer.net