DAVAO CITY, Philippines – The Davao International Airport reopened on Monday (June 8) for domestic flights but under strict health safety protocols.
Locally-stranded individuals (LSIs) are required to present a medical certificate and travel pass from the Philippine National Police (PNP) upon check in.
Overseas Filipino workers (OFW), meanwhile, are required to present their Bureau of Quarantine certificate, proof of residence, valid passport and medical test result.
Business travellers and those considered as authorized persons outside residence (APOR) will be asked to present either a certificate of employment or company ID along with a medical certificate and a PNP travel pass.
Leisure trips or tours are still not allowed.
Pregnant women, passengers who are 21 years old and below, and seniors who are 70 years old and above will not be allowed to board.
As part of the safety protocols, passengers will be required to go through a sanitation booth and thermal scanning at the entrance of the airport terminal.
Physical distancing is strictly being implemented with the airport premises and inside the aircraft thus only a limited number of passengers will be accommodated. MNP (with reports from Mirasol Montaño)
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