Cebu Pacific has launched self-bag drop counters in its domestic operations, becoming the first local carrier to use the new technology in Clark International Airport.
Noel Manankil, CEO of the Luzon International Premiere Airport Development Corp., the consortium that operates and manages Clark International Airport, said in a press statement that the self-bag drop facility is one of the key features of the airport’s new terminal.
“We are happy that Cebu Pacific has now fully integrated the use of this contactless feature, bringing to fruition our promise of a seamless and hassle-free passenger journey here at (Clark International Airport),” said Manankil.
Cebu Pacific currently flies six times weekly between Clark and Cebu, and has intentions to ramp up the service to once daily by December 2022.
Lei Apostol, vice president for customer service operations at Cebu Pacific, said the enhancement reflects the airline’s readiness to cater to the anticipated influx of passengers from Clark.
“We believe this state-of-the-art contactless solution will make our services move faster and more efficiently in Clark,” said Apostol.