No plans to resume flights at Clark yet, says CebPac

CLARK FREEPORT – Cebu Pacific Air (CEB), which flew some 22 million passengers in 2019, has no plans  yet to resume its flights at the Clark International Airport (CRK).

This was according to Candice Iyog, CEB Vice President for Marketing and Customer Experience, who led the virtual press conference on July 24.

CEB used to offer regular flights to Caticlan (Boracay), Cebu and Singapore via the CRK. The flights were halted in March after a lockdown was imposed to prevent the spread of Covid-19.

Iyog said they consider  “demands” as one of the factors for resuming flights.

Iyog said they used to fly to 62 destinations before the pandemic strucked.

Now, she added, they fly to 23 local destinations and one international destonation (Dubai).

Iyog said they ensure the safety of passengers and crews in “every flight”.

She added that the crews and pilots  are tested for Covid-19 every two weeks.

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