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010101 Essay

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Booking Details
Status : Confirmed
Booking Date : Fri 09 Aug 2013
Contact : 63-090-58344078 (Telephone) 63-090-58344078 (Mobile)
Email : sheryl_gotis@yahoo.com
May change up to 4hrs from departure time
Booking Reference:
B5BW8S
Guest Details
1. sheryl gotis (Adult) 2. shirley gotis (Adult) cyan hans llamas (2013-7-8)
Flight Details
Route Flight # Departure Arrival
Manila to Legazpi
5J 327
Monday 19 August 2013, 1245H (12:45PM)
Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3
Monday 19 August 2013, 1350H (1:50PM)
Legazpi Airport
Additional Services
Manila - Legazpi
sheryl gotis Baggage Allowance 15 Kilos
shirley gotis Baggage Allowance 15 Kilos

Payment Details
Base Fare: 2,138.00
Fuel Surcharge: 600.00
Passenger Service Charge (LI): 330.36
Manila Aviation Security Fee: 30.00
DPSC Value Added Tax: 39.64
PH-VAT: 328.56
Web Admin Fee - manual: 240.00
Other Taxes: 108.00
BAG15: 360.00
Infant Fee: 300.00
Total Amount: 4,474.56
Date: Fri 09 Aug 2013
Type: VI (Approved)
Transaction ID: 93085478
Payment Amount: AED 399.92
Original Pricing Currency: PHP 4,474.56
Exchange Rate: PHP 1 = AED 0.089376
Year-Round Fares
Flight Changes :Changes allowed but must be done not less than 4hrs before departure.
Rebooking :Allowed but subject to applicable fees and penalties.
Cancellation/ Rerouting
:Allowed and subject to penalties. Balance of the fare (excluding ancillaries) is stored in a Travel Fund which must be used within 90 days.
Name Change :Allowed upon payment of applicable fee but not allowed for partially-flown tickets.
Baggage Allowance :Not included but guest may purchase it using the "Manage Booking" function.
Meals :Not included but guest may purchase it using the "Manage Booking" function.
Regular Na Pamasahe
Mga pagbabago sa byahe :Maaring magbago ng byahe subalit kailangang gawin ito ng hindi bababa sa apat (4) na oras bago ang paglipad.
Pagbabago sa petsa ng paglipad :Maaari pero may karampatang bayad.
Pagkansela ng paglipad/Pagbabago ng panggagalingan o destinasyon
:Maaari pero may karampatang bayad. Ang maiiwanang halaga ng pamasahe (di kasama ang ancillaries) ay ilalagay sa Travel Fund na magagamit hanggang 90 araw lamang.
Pagbabago ng pangalan ng pasahero :Maaari pero may karampatang bayad. Hindi maari kung na-ilipad na ang isa/ilang bahagi ng buong byahe.
Libreng Bagahe :Hindi kasama. Maaaring bilhin sa pamamagitan ng "Manage Booking" function.
Pagkain :Hindi kasama. Maaaring bilhin sa pamamagitan ng "Manage Booking" function.

Note: For complete summary of applicable fees, taxes and surcharges, please check out Fees Summary http://www.cebupacificair.com/Pages/fee-summary.aspx. Carriage of passenger and baggage is subject to the Terms and Conditions of Carriage approved by Civil Aeronautics Board. For complete Terms and Conditions of Carriage, please refer to the General Terms and Conditions.
Check-in Guidelines:
l Guest must bring a valid photo-ID on the day of travel.Guest need to present this to airport security when entering the airport...

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