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PH air carriers appeal anew for hand up, not doleout

PH air carriers appeal anew for hand up, not doleout

May. 27 | Image by Simeworks from Pixabay The Air Carriers Association of the Philippines (ACAP) reiterated its appeal for government support to member airlines as they prepare to resume commercial flights under “new normal” conditions once travel and quarantine...

PAL seen losing revenues of $1B over quarantine period

PAL seen losing revenues of $1B over quarantine period

May. 23 | Photo courtesy of Philippine Airlines Philippine Airlines (PAL) expects a US$1-billion revenue loss from February 2020 until the end of the quarantine period. “We can’t wait to fly again so we’re eagerly awaiting the end of the lockdown,” PAL...

PH air carriers seek P8.6B monthly government subsidy

PH air carriers seek P8.6B monthly government subsidy

May. 12 | ACAP vice chairman Roberto Lim during the online hearing of the Senate Committee on Public Services The Air Carriers Association of the Philippines (ACAP) is asking Congress for an P8.6-billion government subsidy so its members can survive the coronavirus...

Various Cebu aviation charges either deferred or waived

Various Cebu aviation charges either deferred or waived

May. 5 | Mactan-Cebu International Airport Authority (MCIAA) and concessionaire GMR Megawide Cebu Airport Corp have deferred aeronautical charges for three months from February to help airlines affected by travel restrictions due to community quarantines. Aeronautical...

PH transport, supply chain industries reel from coronavirus impact

PH transport, supply chain industries reel from coronavirus impact

Feb. 24 | Lower House Committee on Transportation hearing on the effects of COVID-19 on the Philippine transportation industry The global outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is adversely affecting the Philippine transportation industry, leading to cancellations...

CAB to slap penalties on airlines for chronic flight delays

CAB to slap penalties on airlines for chronic flight delays

Jan. 5 | Image by OpenClipart-Vectors from Pixabay The Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) will impose penalties on domestic airlines that have chronically delayed and cancelled flights, including possible fines and suspension of operations. CAB Resolution No. 65, adopted...

PH airlines log 83% on-time performance in Sept

PH airlines log 83% on-time performance in Sept

Oct. 26 | Philippine airlines reported a marked improvement in their on-time performance (OTP) in September 2019, hitting an average 83% for flights at Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) for the month, the highest so far this year. September’s OTP is up...

PH carriers back call to remove stumbling blocks to aviation

PH carriers back call to remove stumbling blocks to aviation

Nov. 1 |   Philippine carriers are fully endorsing recommendations initiated by the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) that call on governments to take down obstacles in the aviation industry and to boost infrastructure. The endorsement of the AAPA...