Self-bag tag kiosks set up

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Cebu Pacific has enhanced its contactless flight guidelines to further minimize physical interactions between passengers and staff amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

In line with the airline’s commitment to provide a safe and seamless passenger journey, CEB deployed 21 self-bag tag kiosks at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3, its press release said.

These machines allow passengers to print bag tags and attach them to their luggage before proceeding to the bag drop counters. Having this additional step under contactless flights not only lessens point of contact, but even makes queue time for passengers shorter.

“Safety remains our topmost priority. As we gradually see more destinations opening up for travel, we continue to improve our processes to ensure a safe and convenient travel journey for our passengers,” Candice Iyog, CEB vice president for marketing and customer experience, said in the press release.

Online check-in is also mandatory to go hand-in-hand with this enhancement. Guests may check-in via the CEB website or mobile app seven days up to one hour before the scheduled time of departure.

Passengers may scan boarding passes they generated online to activate the self-service check-in kiosks, follow the directions shown on the screen, until bag tags are ready to be printed. Passengers will then have to attach these on their own, before depositing their bags at the designated counters, the press release said.

The company has intensified safety protocols across its operations through stringent on-ground and inflight preventive measures, in accordance with global safety standards. All CEB aircraft undergo extensive daily disinfection before, during, and after every flight.
Airbus jets are equipped with High-Efficiency Particular Arrestor filters that keep contaminants, including the novel coronavirus, at bay with 99.9 percent efficiency.

For more information on CEB’s contactless flights, safety protocols, and other travel requirements, passengers are encouraged to go to https://bit.ly/CEBFlightReminders, the press release added.*

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