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Clark airport handles record 1.2M passengers in Q1

Clark airport handles record 1.2M passengers in Q1

Apr. 4 | More than 1 million passengers travelled via Clark International Airport (CRK) in the first quarter of 2019, the highest quarterly passenger traffic that the North Luzon hub has recorded. “Six years ago, it was a record number if you hit the one million...

Cebu Pacific’s Clark-Narita flights to start in August

Cebu Pacific’s Clark-Narita flights to start in August

Apr. 4 | Narita airport image by Pharaoh_EZYPT from Pixabay Low-cost carrier Cebu Pacific is set to begin its direct service between Narita, Japan and Clark, Pampanga in August, becoming the first Philippine airline to provide such service. The new international...

Cebu Pacific pioneers direct Manila-Marinduque flight

Cebu Pacific pioneers direct Manila-Marinduque flight

Apr. 3 | Through its subsidiary Cebgo, low-cost carrier Cebu Pacific has launched a direct flight to Marinduque, making it the only airline operating flights in and out of Marinduque Airport. The flights will be operated thrice weekly, every Monday, Wednesday...

Global air cargo continues to decline 

Global air cargo continues to decline 

Apr. 2 | Air cargo volumes continued to fall in February 2019, with Asia-Pacific taking the largest beating in the first two months of the year, according to the latest data from WorldACD. Total chargeable weight for February fell 5.8% year-over-year and contracted...

PAL moves some international flights to NAIA T1

PAL moves some international flights to NAIA T1

Apr. 1 | Flag carrier Philippine Airlines (PAL) has transferred some of its flights to Terminal 1 of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) to minimize passenger congestion at the air hub. Effective March 31, 2019, all PAL flights to and from New York (JFK),...

Construction of second runway at Clark airport eyed as passenger terminal halfway done

Construction of second runway at Clark airport eyed as passenger terminal halfway done

Mar. 29 | Construction of the new Clark International Airport passenger terminal building is 53% complete and expected to be completed in 2020. Photo from the Department of Transportation. The Philippine government is now looking to begin the planning of the second...

Aboitiz taps Irish firm for Bohol, Laguindingan airports upgrade

Aboitiz taps Irish firm for Bohol, Laguindingan airports upgrade

Mar. 28 | Bohol-Panglao International Airport photo from the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines website. Aboitiz Group infrastructure business unit Aboitiz InfraCapital, Inc. has teamed up with Irish airport operations company daa International for the...

Foreign airlines in PH flew 4.9% more cargo as inbound volume soars

Foreign airlines in PH flew 4.9% more cargo as inbound volume soars

Mar. 28 | Image by Lenzpointer from Pixabay International cargo and mail handled by foreign air carriers operating in the Philippines grew 4.9% to 398.804 million kilograms (kg) in 2018 from 380.344 million kg in 2017 as inbound traffic expanded at a double-digit...

Cathay Pacific to buy HK Express for $628M

Cathay Pacific to buy HK Express for $628M

Mar. 27 | Hong Kong flag carrier Cathay Pacific has entered into a share purchase agreement to acquire 100% of HK Express (HKE), the acquisition putting it in control of three of the four airlines in the territory, after its carriers Cathay Pacific and Cathay Dragon. In...

DHL’s top 10 supply chain risk predictions for 2019

DHL’s top 10 supply chain risk predictions for 2019

Mar. 27 | Transport and logistics group Deutsche Post DHL has identified 10 major risk trends that are seen to post a significant challenge for companies in all supply chain sectors in 2019. The DHL Resilience360’s first annual risk report is based on risk and...
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