BUDGET CARRIER Cebu Pacific announced on Tuesday the resumption of its flights from Manila to Incheon (Seoul), South Korea on Aug. 6.
There will be flights from Manila to Incheon every Thursday starting Aug. 6 at 11:55 a.m., the budget carrier said in a statement.
“However, passengers will not be allowed to travel from Incheon to Manila,” it added.
The budget carrier will also be operating flights from Manila to Dubai every Sunday, and from Dubai to Manila every Monday.
All other international flights of the budget carrier remain canceled until July 31.
Passengers of Manila-Dubai flights are required to have a negative result on their PCR (polymerase chain reaction) test report valid for 96 hours. Travel and health insurance coverage valid in the United Arab Emirates is also needed.
Passengers of Dubai-Manila flights will also need PCR test. They will undergo mandatory quarantine procedures upon arrival in Manila while awaiting test results.
As for the passengers of Manila-Incheon flights, they will need a negative result on their PCR test report valid for 48 hours.
Upon arrival in Incheon, they will undergo a mandatory 14-day quarantine at a designated quarantine facility. Passengers will shoulder the cost (KRW 1,400,000). — Arjay L. Balinbin