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Cebu Pacific Guide for Guests with Special Needs, Pregnant Women and Infants

Good day PISO FARE friends! This is the guidelines for guests with special needs, pregnant women, minors or infants flying with Cebu Pacific Air. Adequate knowledge on special cases like these will facilitate a less hassle and less stressful flight for the valued guests of the airline.

Please read this post as this might help you in the future. Kindly share the information to all friends who would like to travel on board Cebu Pacific.

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Guests Requiring Special Assistance

Carriage of guests needing special assistance is subject to arrangement with Cebu Pacific Air at least 48 hours prior to scheduled flight departure.

In some airports, the airline may charge minimal handling fee for the use of lifts. In cases like this, please inform the airline at least 3 days before the scheduled flight by contacting the call center at (+63-2) 702 0888 or (+63-32) 230 8888 for more information.

Guests with Medical Case and Portable Oxygen Concentrators (POC)

Passengers with medical cases are allowed for carriage if they can present the following documents properly filled out and accomplished

  1. Passenger Handling Form
  2. A Medical Certificate stating that the guest is fit to travel signed by the guest’ personal physician.

Cebu Pacific Air also permits the carriage of Portable Oxygen Concentrator (POC) and other battery-operated non-oxygen generating respiratory assistive devices such as nebulizers and ventilators for use inside the aircraft.

However, the airline does not allow carriage of partially or completely filled oxygen tanks (cylinders/bottles) or liquid oxygen on board any of their aircraft.

The guest medical certificate requiring POC should also mention that the guest may be required to use respiratory assistive device on the flight duration.

Passengers travelling with a respiratory assistive device is required to check-in at least 2 hours prior to the scheduled flight and must present the POC or other assistive respiratory device and documents for inspection by a CEB check-in agent.

Pregnant Women/Expectant Mothers

On all Cebu Pacific flights, pregnant women with gestation age of 34 weeks and more are required to present a medical certificate with notation “Fit to travel” and signed by a Physician.

Except for flights to and from the United States, the expectant mother must complete her travel within the validity period of the medical certificate which should be ten (10) days from date of issuance.

For trips to or from the United States, the pregnant woman is required to submit a medical certificate for her out bound travel only; in which the medical certificate must be dated within ten (10) days of the scheduled date of initial departure.

All 3 copies of the Passenger Handling Form must be completely filled out and presented at the check-in counters.

Unaccompanied Minors

Children below 7 years old will not be accepted for carriage unless they are accompanied by a person of at least 18 years of age.

Children 7 years old and below 15 years old will be accepted only after the Passenger Handling Form is accomplished and submitted and the prescribed Unaccompanied Minor Handling Fee is paid.

For Filipino minors travelling to a foreign country, please check the rules governing minor travel as issued by the Department of Social Welfare and Development.

As for minors with foreign nationalities, please check the rules regarding travel of minors as issued by your respective governments.

Infants

Infants below 8 days old will not be accepted for carriage. Infants between 8 days old and below 2 years of age not occupying a seat shall be charged a minimal handling fee.

 

Just a reminder, the Passenger Handling Form should be accomplished in 3 copies and presented to the counter upon check-in.

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