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All Cebu Pacific flights, including international, will be suspended from March 19


All Cebu Pacific and CEBGO flights will be suspended from March 19 until April 14, 2020.

The suspension is being implemented to ensure the safety of the passengers and operations team, and in support of stricter quarantine measures, land travel restrictions and regulations in place.

“The passengers who have flights booked on March 18, 2020 on the Dubai-Manila route will be as scheduled,” a The Filipino Times report claims.

All passengers whose flights are affected will be notified by the airline through emails.

The decision is in accordance with the Philippines government’s directive.

The last day of operations prior to their temporary suspension of flights will be on March 18, 2020 wherein Cebu Pacific will operate the following flights:


Manila-Tokyo (Narita)-Manila



Manila-Ho Chi Minh-Manila



Manila-Bali (Denpasar)-Manila

For any clarification, you may check the the below screenshot from their website:

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