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Monthly Archives: June, 2018

Cebu Pacific moves int’l operations in Cebu to Terminal 2

Low-cost carrier Cebu Pacific Air will begin operating on July 1 its international flights to and from Cebu from the newly inaugurated Mactan-Cebu International...

New PH export plan eyes Duterte approval

The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) is expecting President Rodrigo Duterte to approve the new Philippine Export Development Plan (PEDP) 2018-2022 after the...

PH, Papua New Guinea ink expanded air services agreement

The Philippines and Papua New Guinea (PNG) have signed an agreement that boosts air connectivity between the two countries. The air services agreement, which was...

Asian airlines sustain growth in air cargo, passenger markets

Both international air cargo and air passenger markets remained buoyant in May, with further expansion in business activity and continued availability of affordable air...

Importers of onions worth P2.8M slapped smuggling raps

The Bureau of Customs (BOC) has filed criminal charges against importers and customs brokers for the alleged illegal importation of onions with an estimated...

LBC Express forks out $4.6M for 4 cargo and remittance firms

Philippine courier and cargo, money remittance, and logistics services provider LBC Express Holdings, Inc. (LEHI) is buying four cargo and remittance companies in Australia,...

PAL launches Manila-Nanning service

Philippine Airlines (PAL) is now serving the Manila-Nanning, China route twice weekly, increasing its number of services to the East Asian country. The brand-new flight...

All BOC automation requirements now with World Bank—Lapeña

The Philippine Bureau of Customs (BOC) has completed the requirements that will lead the World Bank (WB) to approve a proposed project to modernize...

ICAO Council achieves major progress toward aviation emissions offsetting

The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Council has adopted the First Edition of Annex 16, Volume IV, to the Convention on International Civil Aviation...

BOC study to identify delays in cargo clearance

The Bureau of Customs (BOC) will conduct a time release study (TRS) to identify delays in the clearance of cargoes and to formulate corrective...
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