CebGo transfers operations to NAIA Terminal 4 starting March 28

Rosette Adel - Philstar.com
CebGo transfers operations to NAIA Terminal 4 starting March 28
This undated photo shows Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 4.
Cebu Pacific / Released

MANILA, Philippines — Cebu Pacific recently announced that all CebGo flights to and from Manila will be operating from the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 4.

The transfer of CebGo operations will take effect starting March 28.

The move will be implemented amid the anticipated influx of passengers this summer season.

Cebu Pacific advised CebGo passengers to be at the terminal at least three hours before the scheduled time of departure to complete the pre-departure requirements.

They are also advised to check all the travel requirements, safety protocols and frequently asked questions on the airline’s website to keep updated with any announcement: http://bit.ly/CEBFaqs

As of 3 p.m. of March 21, below are the affected flights:


Flight Number

Manila – Boracay


DG 6241

DG 6243

DG 6247

Manila – Camiguin

DG 6703

Manila – Cebu


DG 6503

DG 6505

Manila – Coron


DG 6041

DG 6043

DG 6047

DG 6051

DG 6057

Manila – Kalibo

DG 6317

Manila – Legazpi

DG 6189

DG 6191

DG 6193

DG 6195

DG 6197

Manila – Masbate

DG 6177

DG 6179

Manila – Naga

DG 6111

DG 6113

DG 6117

Manila – San Jose

DG 6029

DG 6031

Manila – Siargao

DG 6839

DG 6841

Manila – Surigao

DG 6881

Manila – Tablas

DG 6073

Manila – Tuguegarao

DG 6012

Manila – Virac

DG 6163

In view of the changes, Cebu Pacific urged passengers to update their contact details via http://bit.ly/CEBUpdateInfo to receive email notifications on flight reminders and updates before proceeding to their designated airport terminal.

Last month, the Philippine National Police geared up for the anticipated increase in tourist arrivals in Boracay, one of the top tourist destinations in the country amid the summer season.

No more EED requirement

The Department of Tourism also said it is optimistic that better tourism could be seen in the coming months as the country is set to reopen to fully-vaccinated tourists from all countries beginning April 1, 2022

Under Resolution No. 165, the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases has approved the entry of foreign nationals starting April 1, without the need of an Entry Exemption Document (EED)—provided they comply with applicable visa and immigration laws, rules, and regulation.

Tourism Secretary Bernadette Romulo-Puyat said the removal of EED requirement may encourage more foreign nationals to visit the country.

“As we move towards a more relaxed entry regulation for foreign tourists, the DOT sees a brighter perspective for the country's tourism industry in the near future. We will ensure that this transition will be done in careful accordance [with] the prescribed health and safety measures,” Puyat said in a statement on Friday.

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