MCIA reminds all arriving domestic passengers to strictly adhere to the following guidelines and documentary requirements upon check-in at their port of origin and upon arrival at MCIA. This is in compliance with the regulations of the Provincial Government of Cebu and the Local Governments of Cebu City, Lapu-Lapu City, and Mandaue City.
OFWs are urged to register their information in the OFW Assistance Information System (OASIS) at oasis.owwa.gov.ph.
Passengers are strongly advised to continuously monitor the status of their flights and to ensure that they have the necessary documents in compliance with the regulations and guidelines of the LGU of their point of origin and destination.
For list of APORs, please see http://tiny.cc/PNPAPORList
Upon check-in, Airlines to remind passengers of the following:
All arriving international passengers are reminded to strictly adhere to the following protocols upon check-in at their port of origin and upon arrival at MCIA:
Upon arrival, proceed to thermal scanning by the Bureau of Quarantine and present your online barcode at the verification table.
Proceed to Immigration for clearance
Proceed to the following counters at the Arrival Reclaim Hall:
Proceed to the waiting area for swab testing
Present the Bar Code to the health personnel and undergo RT-PCR swab test.
Wear the orange band/sticker on your right wrist to indicate that the swab test is done.
Claim your baggage at the assigned reclaim belt
Proceed to waiting area and wait for a representative from the respective agencies for Customs clearance:
Proceed to Customs for clearance
Proceed to your designated vehicle with your respective agency representative for hotel drop-off
Wait for an e-mail of your swab test result from BOQ to be released after 24-48 hours.
Ensure that your e-mail address is valid. If the e-mail address is invalid, a copy of your test result will be sent to your designated hotel. Results are uploaded to a secured website provided to the designated hotels. Hard copy of the test results will be given to the passengers by the assigned hotel liaison officer.
If the PCR test result is negative, the LGU may bring the passenger to his/her residence in Cebu or they may be allowed to go home through their private vehicle. If passenger is not based in Cebu, he/she may take his/her onward flight.
If PCR test result is positive, the passenger must comply with mandated health, safety, and treatment protocols of the Department of Health and Bureau of Quarantine
If you require a BOQ medical certificate, you may obtain your certificate via the doh-boq certificate page.