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CAB staff tests positive for COVID; office on lockdown for 3 days

CAB staff tests positive for COVID; office on lockdown for 3 days

Jul. 2 | CAB office building in Pasay City | Photo from CAB The Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) office building in Pasay City will be on lockdown for at least three working days starting July 2 after one personnel tested positive for the coronavirus disease (COVID-19). CAB,...

GCQ to GCQ flights need LGU approval

GCQ to GCQ flights need LGU approval

Jun. 3 | Domestic flights are allowed in areas under general community quarantine (GCQ) but require approval from the local government, according to Transportation Secretary Arthur Tugade. In a press briefing on June 2, Tugade said Inter-agency Task Force for...

No passenger fuel surcharge for May-June

No passenger fuel surcharge for May-June

Apr. 22 | May to June domestic and international flights from the Philippines will not come with a passenger fuel surcharge. In an advisory dated April 15, Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) executive director Carmelo Arcilla said that from February to March 2020, jet...

Charging of landing, parking fees deferred to ease COVID-19 impact on PH airlines

Charging of landing, parking fees deferred to ease COVID-19 impact on PH airlines

Mar. 10 |   From left: Civil Aeronautics Board executive director Carmelo Arcilla, Manila International Airport Authority general manager Ed Monreal, Transport undersecretary Reinier Paul Yebra, Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines director general...

International air forwarders in PH lift 3.9% less cargo in 2019; Nippon leads

International air forwarders in PH lift 3.9% less cargo in 2019; Nippon leads

Mar. 3 | Cargo volume handled by international air freight forwarders in the Philippines dropped 3.9% in 2019 to 354.373 million kilograms (kg) from 368.737 million kg in 2018, preliminary data from the Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) showed. Nippon Express Philippines...

CAB imposes travel ban to SoKor

CAB imposes travel ban to SoKor

Feb. 29 | The Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) has directed all airlines in the Philippines to immediately implement travel restrictions to South Korea amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19). The move follows the earlier order of the Inter-Agency Task Force for the...

Foreign airlines in PH see 7% dip in 2019 freight volume

Foreign airlines in PH see 7% dip in 2019 freight volume

Feb. 27 | International cargo and mail volume handled by foreign air carriers operating in the Philippines dropped 7.1% in 2019 to 370.603 million kilograms (kg) from 398.804 million kg in 2018 as both inbound and outbound traffic declined. Latest data from the...

Domestic forwarders report 25% less cargo in 2019

Domestic forwarders report 25% less cargo in 2019

Feb. 26 | Cargo volume handled by domestic freight forwarders dropped 24.6% in 2019 to 66.35 million kilograms from 88.027 million kg in 2018, preliminary data published by the Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) showed. Direct shipments, which accounted for 54.8% of...

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...

PH air carriers lift 2.5% more domestic cargo in 2019

PH air carriers lift 2.5% more domestic cargo in 2019

Feb. 24 | Domestic cargo handled by Philippine carriers grew 2.5% in 2019 to 331.482 million kilograms (kg), up from 323.384 million kg carried in 2018, data from the Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) showed. Cebu Pacific remained the highest contributor to the total,...