The consortium says privatizing the operations, maintenance, and upgrade of NAIA would 'discourage the construction of a new airport'
Negros Occidental Governor Alfredo Marañon says providing free rehabilitation to drug users who have surrendered to authorities will help sustain the anti-drug campaign
Chief Superintendent Conrad Capa says local bets will not be forced to hand over their guns, but are encouraged 'to show good faith'
While Cebu Pacific’s long-haul operations have been unprofitable in 2015, Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation says the airline's network is tracking well and could become profitable in 2016
(UPDATED) Chief Superintendent Conrad Capa is the officer-in-charge of the new Police Regional Office 18 in Bacolod City
The lease arrangement with Intrepid Aviation brings Philippine Airlines' total number of planes to 78
AirAsia's Philippine unit is seen to go public in 2018, as it continues to remain cash positive this quarter, Group CEO Tony Fernandes says
Cebu Pacific rebrands Tiger Airways Philippines in a bid to streamline its operations and leverage distribution channels and networks
After incurring losses in its first 3 years, the Philippine unit of AirAsia Berhad will likely be profitable this quarter, the Center for Asia-Pacific Aviation says
Low cost carriers are still driving most of the growth in Southeast Asia and would continue through 2015, a Sydney-based aviation think tank says
We’re counting on social media to help us find these people who have ‘walked with a saint’ – 9 individuals who were part of Pope John Paul II’s convoy when he visited the Philippines in 1995. Do you know any of them?
The parent firm of flag carrier Philippine Airlines will continue to book losses until 2015 due to its ambitious fleet renewal program, an aviation think tank says
The new head of Task Force Tugis, Chief Superintendent Edgardo Ladao served as the top cop in Central Luzon for almost 2 years
Speaking before policemen, the President takes potshots at the police officer who arrested businessman Delfin Lee
Relieved Task Force Tugis head Conrad Capa says he is 'okay' with PNP contemplating sanctions against him since any case 'would not prosper'
President Benigno Aquino III defends the Philippine National Police which is facing criticism for the irregularities of Delfin Lee's arrest
The belligerent Senior Supt Conrad Capa continues to speak against his boss despite instructions to stop talking to the media
SSupt Conrad Capa says he's taking the controversy, heartbreak, and disappointment in stride. Besides, he adds, 'You do not say no to the boss.'
But PNP chief says it's a 'promotion' to be moving him to Cebu
This despite concerns the deal will harm competition in the local aviation industry
Centre for Aviation says new players are needed to improve long-term growth prospects of the local aviation industry
With local budget carriers accounting for 67% of the local airline market, the Philippines has the highest penetration rate in Southeast Asia
If ANA of Japan were interested to access the low-cost carrier market in the Philippines, said PAL would be a 'complicated choice,' says CAPA
The long haul market is set to heat up as local airlines look toward long haul destinations
An aviation expert says the rebranding of PAL's budget arm into a full service carrier will ease competition in the saturated market
Philippines low cost carriers look abroad as the domestic markets becomes over-crowded.
The year 2012 put the global spotlight on the Philippine aviation industry, largely due to the phenomenal performance of the low-cost carriers both flying domestic and international routes