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Subic airport opens maintenance and repair facility

Subic airport opens maintenance and repair facility

Sep. 2 | Image by bneijt from Pixabay The Subic Bay International Airport (SBIA) has opened an aviation maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) service facility that is expected to help boost the air terminal’s standing as a 24/7 hub for business aviation, according...

EO reclassifies Clark industrial estate, expands scope of services

EO reclassifies Clark industrial estate, expands scope of services

Jun. 14 | Executive Order No. 81 reclassifies the 290-hectare Clark Industrial Estate 5 as an international center of commerce, industry, leisure, and recreation. Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay Clark International Airport Corp. (CIAC) is eyeing an expansion...

NAIA cargo volume up 1.3% in 2018

NAIA cargo volume up 1.3% in 2018

Jan. 27 | Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) handled 735,698 metric tons of air cargo in 2018, an increase of 1.3% from the 726,020 metric tons processed in 2017. Records from the Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) showed the country’s main...

PH projects $2.6B in aerospace exports by 2022

PH projects $2.6B in aerospace exports by 2022

Jun. 11 | The Philippine aerospace industry is poised to achieve its export revenue goal of up to US$2.573 billion by 2022 and be recognized as a reputable partner in aircraft maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) operations, and aerospace parts manufacturing...

Airport freight moderates slightly, passenger traffic rebounds

Airport freight moderates slightly, passenger traffic rebounds

May. 7 | Freight volume growth for airports around the world moderated somewhat in February even as the industry continues to show resilience despite the trade rift between the United States and other major economies, says Airports Council International (ACI)...

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...

NZ to help PH automate business registration, airline fee collection

NZ to help PH automate business registration, airline fee collection

Mar. 1 | Top officials of the Philippines and New Zealand have reaffirmed their cooperation in two projects designed to improve ease of doing business in the Philippines and increase revenue collections from Manila’s airlines. In a recent meeting with New Zealand...

PH solon scores omission of aviation in emergency traffic powers

PH solon scores omission of aviation in emergency traffic powers

Nov. 12 | Addressing the Philippines’ aviation problems should be included in the proposed measure on emergency traffic powers, as the Duterte administration cannot effectively solve the traffic crisis in Metro Manila by focusing solely on land congestion, according...

Lower sales, higher costs slash PAL’s Q1 income by 21%

Lower sales, higher costs slash PAL’s Q1 income by 21%

May. 23 | Flag carrier Philippine Airlines (PAL) reported a 21% decline in net income for the first quarter of 2016 to P2.980 billion from P3.777 billion in the same period last year due to lower cargo revenues and higher expenses. For the first three months, PAL...

PAL profit balloons 4,424% in 2015 on strong passenger growth

PAL profit balloons 4,424% in 2015 on strong passenger growth

May. 16 | Photo from PAL Facebook page Flag carrier Philippine Airlines (PAL) reported a net income of P5.870 billion in 2015, a 4,424.7% jump compared with the P129.740 million it earned in 2014. Revenue likewise improved to P108.064 billion, 7% higher than last...