News Good news! Cebu Pacific permanently removes rebooking fees

Good news! Cebu Pacific permanently removes rebooking fees

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Philippine-based budget carrier Cebu Pacific announced that it will remove its rebooking fees in an effort to support the reopening of domestic tourism and the latest IATF resolution on standardized travel requirements. 

The carrier removes ‘change fees’ just in time for its 25th anniversary month. 

“Booking flexibility is critical in restoring confidence in air travel. The permanent removal of change fee fully supports the reopening of domestic tourism and the latest IATF resolution on standardized travel requirements,” it announced. 

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