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Cebu Pacific deleted its previous statement about a pilot’s claim versus VP Leni

In a new statement, Cebu Pacific apologized to Vice President Leni Robredo and the company made corrections regarding the social media post of pilot Van Ranoa.

The initial statement that the airline company has released stressed that although its employees are entitled to speak about their political views, still they are bound by certain rules under the Data Privacy Act of 2012, their Company’s Code of Discipline, and Social Media Policy.

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Many people have noticed that CebPac did not directly deny or confirm the claim of the pilot. Following this, the airline company released a new statement under the name of Captain Sam Avila, the Vice President of Flight Operations of Cebu Pacific.

In a new statement, Avila said that he has confirmed that Van Ranoa made it clear that what he said against VP Leni Robredo had “no basis” and was “purely speculative and careless on his part.”

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On behalf of the company, Avila said that he takes the responsibility and apologizes to the Vice President and the general public for what one of their pilots posted on social media.

Avila also said that Ranoa recognized that behind their freedom of expression, they also need certain rules that come with their jobs. “He is currently under disciplinary review in accordance with our Company rules and regulations,” the airline company official said.

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However, netizens have noticed that Cebu Pacific has deleted its initial statement and this received various reactions from the online community.

Here are some of the comments questioning the airline company’s deletion of the first statement. On the other hand, many netizens thanked the airline company for clarifying this issue.

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