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PH airlines' "non-refundable and non-rebookable" conditions for domestic flights will no longer apply starting June 15
ABS-CBNNews.com reports that the Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) "will implement its suspension orders on overbooking practices and the non-refundable and non-rebookable conditions on domestic flights starting June 15."
Published on: Jun 1, 2012 - 8:57am

ABS-CBNNews.com reports that the Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) "will implement its suspension orders on overbooking practices and the non-refundable and non-rebookable conditions on domestic flights starting June 15."

The report noted: "CAB Resolution 29 (BM3-05-11-2012) suspends the non-refundable and non-rebookable conditions of low-cost fares for domestic flights. Even if the passenger does not show up for the flight, the passengerís fare will not be forfeited and will be considered as having voluntarily cancelled his flight, and is entitled to rebook or to a refund."

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8 Comments
  • trololol
    hindi fair kasi 99% of the time kasalanan ng passengers kung bat d sila nakakasakay
    Jun 03 2012 @ 10:34pm     Reply  
  • cuteako
    imagine i had a trip sa united states of america - nag book sa akin sa ceb pac ay isang us travel agency - ceb pac gave me a "travel lite" - kasi wala namang alam yan ang us agency na yan ceb pac could have told her na i come from the usa siempre may baggage ako indi puede ang travel lite - eh galing america ako ma back pack lang ako without check in..so ito ang domestic ko-. they don't know what they are doing at pakatanga so pagdating sa pinas i had to pay all the pounds of luggage na e check in ko...
    Jun 03 2012 @ 11:36am     Reply  
  • tanga
    Fil Amers kun nan dito kayo sa pinas ang you take Cebu Pacific mamatay kayo sa galit-- they don't give the right hospitable and friendly service unlike Phil Air Lines. Pinabayaan ang pasahero na mag dusa forever kasi mura. Mura so Murahin kita (sa pasahero). And because of the mura na pamasahe ng ceb pac minsan the whole class or group will buy advanced tickets and it so happen na late o any reasonable way na indi naka sakay- walang refund yan... If you want to know how st*p*d the services of CEBU Pacific- go sa internet online- type cebu pacific worst or etc.. Alam na yan ng buong daigdig- country or govt wise plus intl organizations in travel etc. So don't take cebu pacific if you want a pleasurable trip to the country.. The owner is intsik so st*p*d if they could influence the media or agencies with their smiling faces and dancing stewardess this is a fake-- pera ang nagpapalusot sa kanila-- kun mabaho na ang cebu pacific whatever beauty they say in media- is comparable to a an unflushed toilet-- not only pinoy but even foreigners are complaining sa you tube etc. -
    Jun 03 2012 @ 11:29am     Reply  
  • WaterLover
    Say goodbye to promo fares! =(
    Jun 03 2012 @ 10:04am     Reply  
  • Monocle
    With the price of fuel so high, this is another blow to airlines companies. As Air Asia puts it, this policy allows budget airlines to provide cheap travel in the first place. I can now see irresponsible passengers not showing up and screaming for their refunds. I take the airlines' side on this.
    Jun 02 2012 @ 07:30am     Reply  
  • Chris
    Thumbs up! finally na isip nila to
    Jun 02 2012 @ 05:01am     Reply  
  • Jesuswasablackman
    a triumph of common sense!!!
    Jun 01 2012 @ 10:30am     Reply  
  • Pansy
    I wonder if this also applies to promo fares
    Jun 01 2012 @ 09:24am     Reply  
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