By Margaret Padilla

Following the glitch and power outage that caused air traffic control to be disrupted on New Year’s Day, Cebu Pacific Airlines gave its passengers the assurance that normal flight operations would resume by Tuesday, Jan. 3.

“It looks like tomorrow, Jan. 3, operations for Cebu Pacific are expected to normalize. We do not expect any further cancellations related to the glitch that happened on the first day starting tomorrow,” Xander Lao, president, and chief commercial officer of Cebu Pacific, said on Monday. 

No additional flight cancellations are anticipated as a result of the airport’s technical issues, according to Lao in an interview with The Final Word on CNN Philippines.

The president claims that since operations at the NAIA were suspended on January 1 as a result of problems with the air traffic control system, at least 330 flights have been canceled.

Despite this reassurance, he urged customers of the airline to confirm the status of their flights. (Photo: Cebu Pacific)

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