The proposal to rehabilitate the Ninoy Aquino International Airport is now up for the approval of the National Economic and Development Authority Board
With this new addition, NAIA now has 4 high speed exits for commercial airlines to use
Parallel investigations into the Xiamen Air runway mishap are still ongoing
Watch the hearing on the Xiamen Air mishap at the NAIA runway live on Monday, September 10
The Manila International Airport Authority plans to increase the fine to cover other costs stemming from the runway mishap at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport
A premium point-to-point bus route from Araneta Center in Cubao, Quezon City to Ninoy Aquino International Airport is now operational, only for P100
The proposed Philippine Airport Development Corporation will oversee the construction, maintenance, and development of all airports in the country
House transportation committee chairperson Cesar Sarmiento himself filed the resolution directing his own panel to investigate the NAIA runway mess
The Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines Aircraft Investigation and Inquiry Board investigators confirm the black box data recording is of good quality
'May opportunity costs 'to. Kung sa EDSA, you lose P3 billion [daily]; sa himpapawid, magkano kaya?' says Senate President Pro-Tempore Ralph Recto
(UPDATED) 'You should have been on top of everything. 'Di ko makita [ang] scenario na 'di kayo bahagi ng crisis committee,' Senator Nancy Binay tells Transportation Secretary Arthur Tugade
The Department of Foreign Affairs extends financial assistance to hundreds of affected overseas Filipino workers
Here's a rundown of what has happened after a Xiamen Air plane skidded off the Ninoy Aquino International Airport runway
Flight operations are back to normal on the 5th day since the runway mishap, but airlines are still attending to passengers whose flights were canceled
'I can say and I can look people straight in the eye that I did my best,' says Manila International Airport Authority General Manager Ed Monreal
The figure does not include the revenue impact of disrupted flight operations caused by the accident, says the Manila International Airport Authority
Manila airport authorities are still determining whether they will impose penalties on the involved airlines
Philippine embassies can issue certifications 'to explain to foreign employers the delay in the arrival of their Filipino employees'
Airport authorities say they only took over the plane's removal because waiting for Xiamen Air 'might take a week'
(UPDATED) An apology from Xiamen Air and government officials is not enough, the OFWs have to be compensated, says Migrante, an advocacy group for the welfare of overseas Filipino workers
The total cost of the fine has yet to be determined
But Malacañang says an apology from Xiamen Air is not enough
(UPDATED) A lawmaker says officials of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport lacked the foresight to anticipate the runway incident that paralyzed its operations for days
The cancellations are still due to the temporary runway closure from August 17 to 18, which was triggered by the Xiamen Air mishap
Manila International Airport Authority General Manager Ed Monreal says some airlines mounted recovery flights without letting officials know
'Bakit inabot ng dalawang araw bago magsimula ulit ang operasyon ng NAIA?.... The public deserves an acceptable explanation,' says Senator Grace Poe
Dozens more flights are canceled even after the reopening of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport runway
Aviation authorities reopen the runway 36 hours after the Xiamen Air mishap. Photos and videos after the reopening show passengers in long queues at the airport.
'I am sorry. We did our very best to address the situation,' says Transportation Secretary Arthur Tugade
Here are the canceled flights on Saturday, August 18, because of the closure of the NAIA runway
(2ND UPDATE) Airport authorities finally reopen the runway past 11 am on August 18, hours after the removal of the Chinese passenger plane
A total of 133 flights are canceled in all 4 terminals while 10 are diverted to Clark, Cebu, Bangkok in Thailand, and Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam
(4TH UPDATE) All 157 passengers and 8 crew of flight MF8667 are safe, but Friday and Saturday flights have been cancelled or diverted
(8TH UPDATE) A NAIA runway remains closed as a Xiamen Air plane overshoots it. Flight are cancelled or diverted until Saturday, August 18
(UPDATED) SkyJet Airlines says its new management 'is committed to correcting the previous management’s erroneous practices and has proceeded to strictly comply with all applicable regulatory laws and regulations'
The drugs are found in various packages sent from the United States to the Ninoy Aquino International Airport and the Port of Clark
Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra says complaints against the 3 Pasay City prosecutors will likely be filed before the Office of the Ombudsman
The Department of Transportation says there are still 'many conditionalities' to be discussed, including payment to the government
The NAIA Consortium, which is composed of 7 of the country's biggest conglomerates, is now proposing a 15-year concession period and P105-billion project cost
Authorities recover nearly 2 kilos of rings, earrings, pendants, bangles, chains, and bracelets from the 3 suspects
'With this development, passengers can be assured of a convenient and relaxing atmosphere while waiting for their flights this summer season,' says Manila International Airport Authority General Manager Ed Monreal
The suspect is identified as Miriam Kanoute, 34, a Mali national with an address in Makati City
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Check out the new terminal assignments being planned for airlines at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport, which could take effect by September this year
'Nando'n tayo sa pang-sampu pero ang importante ano'ng gagawin natin moving forward,' says Manila International Airport Authority General Manager Eddie Monreal
Part of the consortium's proposal is a transit system or 'people mover' that would connect the Ninoy Aquino International Airport to the planned Metro Manila Subway and existing Light Rail Transit Line 1
The conglomerates which form the so-called 'super consortium' say the Ninoy Aquino International Airport is a 'strategic national asset that needs upgrading without delay'
Senator Grace Poe urges the government to consider proposals to expand the Ninoy Aquino International Airport instead of merely redistributing flights
GMR-Megawide's proposal provides a lower project cost and shorter concession period compared to that of the NAIA Consortium, formed by 7 of the country's top conglomerates
A person may only carry up to P50,000 into or out of the country. Amounts above P50,000 require written authorization from the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas.