Cebu Pacific cancels over 100 flights due to super-typhoon Haiyan

Cebu Pacific cancels over 100 flights due to super-typhoon Haiyan

SINGAPORE - Cebu Pacific has cancelled approximately 110 roundtrip domestic flights and 4 roundtrip international flights from November 7 to 9, due to Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan).

The airline said in a statement that guests affected by these cancellations may rebook their flights for travel within 30 days, free of charge. They may also reroute to the nearest alternate airport, or opt for full refund or full travel fund.

Cebu Pacific passengers with domestic and international flights from November 7 to 10 to or from the Visayas region, Bicol region, Palawan, Mindoro and select Mindanao destinations also have the same option to rebook or reroute their flights, or get full refund or travel fund, even if their flights have not been cancelled.

Guests may call the Singapore hotline +65-315-80808 for their preferred option, any time even after their flights, said the airline.

The following flights have been cancelled due to Typhoon Haiyan:

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