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Cebu Pacific extends travel refund validity up to 2 years for Dubai-Manila flights

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Cebu Pacific extended the validity of travel refund up to two years for passengers flying Dubai-Manila routes. 

“Starting today (July 22), the travel fund will be valid for two (2) years. This can be used to book flights up to 12 months ahead, for as long as the transaction is made before expiration. Potentially, this means that customers can use their travel funds and fly in 2023,” the budget carrier said in a statement sent to Gulf News. 

It confirmed that the travel fund or virtual wallet is equivalent to the full cost of the ticket. 

“Those who wish to forego travel plans or book new flights can rebook their flights as many times as possible. This will allow CEB customers to better manage their plans, depending on the changes in travel restrictions or frequency of flights,” CEB added.

Those passengers who booked from July 22 until November 30, 2020, can avail of the service, with a minimal fare difference that may apply depending on the travel date chosen. 

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