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Gokongwei gets Scroogey: CebuPac to strictly enforce ‘one hand-carry baggage’ policy starting July 17


Local carrier Cebu Pacific (CEB) will strictly implement its “one hand-carry baggage” policy beginning July 17.

CEB spokesperson Charo Lagamon told the Philippine News Agency (PNA) on Friday that while it is an existing policy, there are passengers who don’t follow this rule.

Thus, the airline has reiterated this policy, reminding passengers that complying with it would also streamline the check-in operations, giving them more convenience when checking in.

Passengers are only allowed to bring one hand-carry baggage with a maximum weight of 7 kg. and a dimension of 56 cm. x 36 cm. x 23 cm. for CEB’s Airbus flights, and 56 cm. x 35 cm. x 20 cm. for its ATR flights.

They can also bring a laptop placed inside a laptop case or bag or a handbag.

Passengers traveling with infants may also bring a baby bag, aside from the allowed one hand-carry baggage inside the aircraft. (PNA)

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