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CAB announces fuel surcharge rates for Nov-Dec

CAB announces fuel surcharge rates for Nov-Dec

Oct. 28 | The Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) has released the passenger fuel surcharge rates that airlines operating in the Philippines may collect in November and December 2018. The rates range from P108 to P411 per passenger (one way) on a domestic flight, and...

PAL seeks fuel surcharge on cargo shipments

PAL seeks fuel surcharge on cargo shipments

Oct. 1 | Philippine Airlines (PAL) has filed a petition with the Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) for the flag carrier to impose a fuel surcharge for its international and domestic cargo operations. In its petition, PAL is proposing a fuel surcharge fee for domestic...

International forwarders enjoy 19% growth in PH air cargo volume in 2017; Nippon on top of list

International forwarders enjoy 19% growth in PH air cargo volume in 2017; Nippon on top of list

Sep. 26 | Cargo volume handled by international air freight forwarders in the Philippines increased 19.3% in 2017 to 329.030 million kilograms from 292.556 million kg in 2016, data from the Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) showed. Consolidations, which accounted for...

PH airlines’ cargo traffic up 10.4%, Cebu Pac keeps lead

PH airlines’ cargo traffic up 10.4%, Cebu Pac keeps lead

Sep. 26 | Cargo volume handled by Philippine-based airlines grew to 144.495 million kilograms in the first half of 2018, up 10.4% from 130.934 million kg in the same period last year, data from the Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) showed. Budget carrier Cebu Pacific...

Royal Air mounts 5 new daily flights from Clark by Nov

Royal Air mounts 5 new daily flights from Clark by Nov

Sep. 20 | Philippine carrier Royal Air Charter Service, Inc. is set to operate daily flights from Clark International Airport (CRK) to Puerto Princesa, Cebu, Caticlan, Tagbilaran, and San Vicente (Palawan) starting November 12. Royal Air in a statement said the...

Q1 air freight volume up 12% for PH carriers

Q1 air freight volume up 12% for PH carriers

Jul. 8 | Cargo volume handled by Philippine domestic carriers grew 12% in the first quarter of 2018 to 71.299 million kilograms from 63.672 million kg in the same quarter last year, data from the Civil Aeronautics Board showed. Low-cost carrier Cebu Pacific remained...

PH, Papua New Guinea ink expanded air services agreement

PH, Papua New Guinea ink expanded air services agreement

Jun. 30 | The Philippines and Papua New Guinea (PNG) have signed an agreement that boosts air connectivity between the two countries. The air services agreement, which was signed on June 28 in Manila, expanded the air traffic entitlements to 1,500 seats per week...

PAL seeks imposition of fuel surcharge on local flights

PAL seeks imposition of fuel surcharge on local flights

Jun. 23 | Philippine Airlines (PAL) is seeking to impose fuel surcharges on domestic operations, following other airlines that have made the same petition to offset rising fuel costs due to the accelerating price of oil and the weaker peso. In a petition to the...

New airline terminal assignments at NAIA not yet final, says DOTr

New airline terminal assignments at NAIA not yet final, says DOTr

Jun. 5 | The Philippine Department of Transportation (DOTr) announced that there is no final decision yet on the new terminal assignment of airlines at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA). Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) general manager...

CAB doc stamp tax now costs twice as much

CAB doc stamp tax now costs twice as much

May. 20 | The Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) has increased the rate of documentary stamp tax for the certificates it issues with the implementation of the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) Law. CAB officer-in-charge Porvenir Porciuncula, in an advisory...
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