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Air passenger, freight markets show resilience in face of shocks: ACI

Air passenger, freight markets show resilience in face of shocks: ACI

Jan. 24 | From August to November 2018, airports saw overall stable but moderating passenger traffic growth following a strong 2017, while air freight volumes were erratic but resilient as the trade wars continued, says Airports Council International (ACI) World...

Outlook for PH cargo transport in 2019 a mixed bag of hopes and fears

Outlook for PH cargo transport in 2019 a mixed bag of hopes and fears

Jan. 23 | The Philippine cargo transport industry has a mixed outlook for 2019: volumes and opportunities are seen to increase, but issues and concerns affecting operations and costs last year have carried through as major challenges for this year. The positive...

Cambodian int’l airports cross 10M passenger mark

Cambodian int’l airports cross 10M passenger mark

Jan. 23 | The three international airports of Cambodia have collectively broken through the 10-million passenger mark for the first time, according to Cambodia Airports, the developer and operator of these hubs. The feat was achieved last December and reflected...

Cebu Pacific takes delivery of first A321NEO jet

Cebu Pacific takes delivery of first A321NEO jet

Jan. 22 | Photo from Cebu Pacific website. Low-cost carrier Cebu Pacific has received its first of 32 A321NEO (New Engine Option) aircraft that will support the carrier’s fleet renewal and expansion plans over the next five years. Cebu Pacific is expecting...

AirAsia inaugurates Clark-Incheon flight

AirAsia inaugurates Clark-Incheon flight

Jan. 22 | AirAsia Philippines Director for Flight Operations Gomer Monreal, Clark International Airport Corp. (CIAC) vice president for Operations Raul Del Rosario, Department Of Tourism (DOT) 3 Regional Director Carolina Uy (4th left and 2nd right, respectively)...

10-year plan for a competitive PH maritime hub detailed

10-year plan for a competitive PH maritime hub detailed

Jan. 22 | Image courtesy of Sujin Jetkasettakorn at FreeDigitalPhotos.net The Maritime Industry Authority (Marina) aims to make the Philippines a global maritime hub by implementing a five-pronged action plan under one of several priority programs outlined in its...

Customs shifts IT group’s non-core functions

Customs shifts IT group’s non-core functions

Jan. 22 | The Bureau of Customs (BOC) has transferred more non-information technology functions from the Management Information System and Technology Group (MISTG) to other relevant groups and offices so the IT group can focus on its main role. Customs Memorandum...

Subic container terminals post milestone, handle 200,000th TEU

Subic container terminals post milestone, handle 200,000th TEU

Jan. 22 | The 200,000th twenty-footer handled by Subic Bay International Terminal Corp (SBITC), operator of the New Container Terminals 1 and 2, was a CMA CGM box transported on MV Sinar Sangir. Photo courtesy of SBITC. Subic Bay International Terminal Corp. (SBITC)...

BOC says FDA export clearance for processed meat not always required

BOC says FDA export clearance for processed meat not always required

Jan. 22 | Image courtesy of Serge Bertasius at FreeDigitalPhotos.net The Bureau of Customs (BOC) said the export commodity clearance (ECC) from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is not required for processed meat unless otherwise needed by the country of destination. The...

Transport execs compelled to take PUVs under new House bill

Transport execs compelled to take PUVs under new House bill

Jan. 22 | Image courtesy of gnepphoto at FreeDigitalPhotos.net Quezon City 2nd district representative Winston Castelo has filed a bill that will require transportation officials of the government to ride public utility vehicles (PUVs) once a month to have first-hand...
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