Gokongwei-led budget carrier Cebu Pacific (CEB) announced Friday the resumption of flights between Manila and Hong Kong after the latter lifted the ban on entry of passengers from several countries, including the Philippines.
In an advisory, CEB said it has resumed operating flights 5J 272 and 5J 114 bound for Hong Kong from Manila beginning April 1.
The carrier reminded passengers that only the following will be allowed to board the aircraft: Hong Kong residents; holders of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR) passport or British National (Overseas) passport (with right of abode in Hong Kong); Hong Kong residents; individuals with Hong Kong document of identity.
The Hong Kong government recognizes the “International Certificate of Vaccination or Prophylaxis” issued by the Philippine Bureau of Quarantine as well as VaxCertPH.
CEB said travelers who have recovered from previous Covid-19 infection will be required to receive one dose of a vaccine against Covid-19 to be considered fully vaccinated. (PNA)