In an effort to rebuild passenger trust and confidence, Cebu Pacific continues to inspire everyJuan to travel again as it launches its trademark piso sale from December 10 to 12, 2020.
The 3-day #CEBSuperSeatFest offers flights to ALL domestic and international destinations on sale for as low as Php 1 one-way base fare, for travel from August 1 to November 30, 2021.
“A lot of us are looking forward to experiencing the wonders of travel again, especially now that we are seeing more domestic destinations reopen its doors for tourists. We firmly believe the holiday season is the perfect time to share this gift with everyJuan. We encourage guests to use their Travel Funds to book new flights. Online payments will be accepted on all three days, while payment center options will be made available starting the second day.” said Candice Iyog, CEB vice-president for Marketing & Customer Experience.
Three-step approach to boosting travel confidence: Sanitation & Safety, Track & Trace, Testing
In this environment where health is part of safety,CEB has introduced new sanitation procedures to ensure that the needs of its customers are addressed so everyJuan will be able to confidently travel again. In order to kickstart travel and tourism, CEB strictly follows three key steps: sanitation, tracing, and testing.
CEB’s 7-star COVID Safety Rating
CEB strictly implements its multi-layered approach to safety, in accordance with global aviation standards, to ensure guests travel with peace of mind. This includes extensive daily disinfection of aircraft, frequent cleaning of passenger surfaces at the airport and inflight, coupled with the presence of hospital-grade High Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filters onboard that are proven to eliminate 99.99% of viruses.
These are on top of CEB’s enhanced self-service online channels that enable guests to easily manage their flights online, as well as update pertinent information that may be required upon entry to a destination. Contactless Flight procedures are also in place, such as boarding pass scanning, mandatory online check-in and self-bag tagging capabilities.
DOTr’s Traze App
The Department of Transportation has recently launched a unified contact tracing app for the aviation industry and all other transport sectors. This requires people transiting through all airports in the Philippines to register in the app called “Traze,” and scan QR codes at designated areas in the airports.
CEB commends the DOTr for launching this single platform as the carrier believes this will result in a more efficient tracing initiative. CEB has been sending constant reminders to its employees and passengers to ensure everyJuan is informed of this requirement, which aims to make travel safe for all.
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