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Travel Advisory

ADVISORY FOR PASSENGERS FLYING OUT OF CEBU

20 Dec 2021

ADVISORY FOR PASSENGERS FLYING OUT OF CEBU

 

A few reminders for passengers who are departing on domestic flights from Cebu, considering that Mactan Cebu airport continues to deal with electric power supply shortages and other challenges caused by the effects of Typhoon Odette (Rai):

 

  1. You will need to allot extra time to reach the airport --- target to arrive at least three (3) to four (4) hours before your flight departure time. Travel time to the Mactan Cebu airport may vary because of access road bottlenecks, road debris and cleanup efforts, non-functioning traffic lights and other obstacles.

     

  2. It would help to bring hand fans (pamaypay), bottled water, food/snacks, power banks and other aids,  because power, water, and telecom services are still unstable.

     

  3. Please bear with us as our teams cope with the lack of power, telecom and automated services by performing most or all airport processes manually.  Staffing and service levels at the airport are also an ongoing challenge because many airport personnel and their families have been directly affected by the storm and are unable to report for work.

 

Online check-in will be unavailable for departures from Cebu until such time power supply becomes normal. If necessary, we may need to adjust our schedules in coming days.

 

Please share with your family members in Cebu province who may not have access to internet services.

 

We will work closely with the airport and local government authorities to restore normal services in due course. 

 

Thank you for your kind understanding. We join with our countrymen in prayers and concern for all the families who are struggling because of the destructive impact of Typhoon Odette in various parts of the central and southern Philippines.

  


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