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No passenger fuel surcharge from July to Aug, orders CAB

No passenger fuel surcharge from July to Aug, orders CAB

Jun. 20 | Image by Stela Di from Pixabay Domestic and international flights from the Philippines will not levy a passenger fuel surcharge from July to August 2020 with the continuous slide in jet fuel prices. In an advisory dated June 15, Civil Aeronautics Board...

CAB stops airlines from offering flights

CAB stops airlines from offering flights

May. 31 | Not yet. That’s what the Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) told airlines that have announced resumption of flights as early as June 1. In a May 31 advisory, CAB executive director Carmelo Arcilla ordered airlines to cancel their planned flights and stop...

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...

Airline fuel surcharge remains steady

Airline fuel surcharge remains steady

Dec. 18 | Image by winterseitler from Pixabay The passenger fuel surcharge that airlines operating in the Philippines may collect from January to February 2020 will not change due to the steady average price of jet fuel, according to the Civil Aeronautics Board...

Air passenger fuel surcharge stays the same for Nov-Dec

Air passenger fuel surcharge stays the same for Nov-Dec

Oct. 17 | Image by Stela Di from Pixabay The passenger fuel surcharge airlines operating in the Philippines may collect from November to December 2019 will not change as the average price of jet fuel remained almost at the same levels during the evaluation period,...

CAB lowers airline fuel surcharge rate for Sep-Oct

CAB lowers airline fuel surcharge rate for Sep-Oct

Aug. 16 | Image by skeeze from Pixabay The drop in jet fuel prices has prompted the Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) to reduce the passenger fuel surcharge airlines operating in the Philippines may collect from September to October 2019. In an August 15 advisory,...

CAB requires original copies of docs in application for authority to operate

CAB requires original copies of docs in application for authority to operate

Aug. 14 | The Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) is requiring air freight forwarders, general sales agents, cargo sales agents and offline carriers applying for an authority to operate to provide original copies of required documents. Starting August 7, the duplicate...

CAB conditionally lifts flight restrictions to Boracay

CAB conditionally lifts flight restrictions to Boracay

Jul. 18 | Image by Free-Photos from Pixabay The Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) has lifted its moratorium on charter flights to the airports of Kalibo and Caticlan—gateways to Boracay—subject to certain guidelines being pursued under the government’s directive...

CAB approves higher air passenger fuel surcharge

CAB approves higher air passenger fuel surcharge

Jun. 18 | Image by TuendeBede from Pixabay Airlines operating in the Philippines may collect higher passenger fuel surcharge rates in July and August 2019 due to the higher price of jet fuel. In an advisory dated June 15, Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) executive...

CAB tells stakeholders: Avoid handwritten checks, please

CAB tells stakeholders: Avoid handwritten checks, please

May. 7 | The Philippine Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) is encouraging stakeholders making payments through checks to settle their future payments with typewritten/computerized checks to head off potential problems. The measure is being undertaken as CAB’s servicing...