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Heavy sanctions await air operators violating COVID-19 protocols

New joint guidelines released imposing sanctions on air transport operators that will violate COVID-19-related protocols Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines eyes fines...

CAAP airports on heightened alert for increase in holiday travelers

Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP)-operated airports on heightened alert over increase in volume of air passengers during the holidays Passengers must...

IATF eases health protocols for domestic flights, crew layovers

IATF Resolution No. 84 removes requirement to reserve portion of an air carrier’s aircraft cabin as isolation area for ill or suspected to...

Ulysses floods Plaridel, Sangley airports

Flooding in Plaridel and Sangley airports reported Virac, Naga and Legazpi airports in Bicol region are operational Plaridel and Sangley airports sustained flooding due...

Badly damaged airports remain on high alert, others resume flights

Typhoon Rolly-damaged airports, particularly those in Bicol, remain on high alert Virac Airport in Catanduanes remains temporarily closed; airports in Bulan, Daet, Legazpi,...

32 airports allowed to operate by LGUs

A total of 32 airports in the country have been allowed by their local governments to handle commercial flights as of July 27, according...

30 PH airports allowed to operate commercial flights as of July 2

A total of 30 airports in the country have been allowed by their local governments to handle commercial flights as of July 2, according...

Zamboanga, Jolo airport passenger terminal buildings completed

The Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) has completed the development of passenger terminal buildings (PTB) in two Mindanao airports—Zamboanga International Airport and...

GCQ to GCQ flights need LGU approval

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...

NAIA to accept international inbound flights for a month

For a month starting May 11, inbound international commercial and charter flights will be allowed to land in Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) but...

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