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 After one of its pilot baseless claim went viral online against Vice President Leni Robredo, Cebu Pacific has apologized and placed him under disciplinary review. The pilot  was accusing the Vice President of causing flight diversion at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) during the campaign season.

"In a statement, Cebu Pacific said, "Since becoming aware of the social media post by one of our pilots in reference to a flight of Vice President Leni Robredo, I confirm that the pilot has made it clear to us that he had no basis for his claim and was purely speculative and careless on his part.

"While the pilot posted his commentary on his own accord, a post he has since removed, on behalf of Cebu Pacific, and as Head of our Pilot Group, I take command responsibility and apologize unreservedly to the Vice President and the general public for the actions of our pilot.

" As professional aviators and free citizens of this country, we are free to express opinions, but we are also expected to carry out our roles and duties with utmost discernment and caution.

"Cebu Pacific has very strict social media policies covering all of its employees and such a post should not have been published. This is recognized by the said pilot himself. He is currently under disciplinary review in accordance with our Company rules and standards," Cebu Pacific Air Vice President for Flight Operations Captain Sam Avila wrote.

Meanwhile, the OVP said that the statement was just a "malicious fabrication" and said the incident never happened.

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