Rappler's latest stories on airports
Authorities intercept more or less 8 kilograms of shabu from the passenger who arrived from Siam Reap, Cambodia, via Flight 5J 528
'Why will we open bags? We have x-rays,' says Manila International Airport Authority General Manager Ed Monreal, who adds that the 'specific need' to open certain bags will be determined by security personnel
The suspect, who was on a Philippine Airlines flight from Hanoi, Vietnam, escapes as customs agents try to check his luggage. He is eventually captured in Tarlac.
The newly opened Beijing Daxing International Airport in China is about the size of 100 football pitches
(UPDATED) Hong Kong police fire tear gas and rubber bullets in the northern town of Sha Tin on Sunday, September 22
Groundbreaking for the new airport is set for December
(UPDATED) The Commission on Audit finds that money given to informal settlers was 'excessive.' Clark International Airport Corporation says it has since stopped giving compensation to informal settlers.
Typhoon Faxai causes more than 100 flights to be scrapped and road and rail links to the airport were also badly affected, leaving many with no transport options to the city
The Bohol-Panglao International Airport extends operations until 10 pm after acquiring equipment that can handle night flights
(UPDATED) The Cavite provincial government has been given 'no objection' from the DOTr 'to immediately implement the project,' says Governor Jonvic Remulla
The importation of used cell phones and accessories in bulk or for commercial use is not allowed
Lipad Corporation CEO Bu Yong Chungunco says they are 'excited' to develop Clark International Airport as the region's premier hub
Activists are planning a major rally on Sunday, August 18, billed as a 'rational, non-violent' protest to show the movement still maintains broad public support after suffering a setback earlier in the week
Filipinos are also advised to avoid the Hong Kong International Airport as a destination or transit airport 'in the meantime'
(UPDATED) It is the second time this week that China has sought to frame the protests as 'terrorism'
The US president has no words in support of the protestors as Hong Kong experiences its largest crisis since the British handover of its former colony to China in 1997
Beijing is sending increasingly ominous signals that the unrest must end, with state-run media showing videos of security forces gathering across the Hong Kong border
(UPDATED) The Hong Kong International Airport reverses a previous statement saying that all departing flights have been canceled
(3rd UPDATE) Passengers with luggage are being checked in at the departures hall and information boards show several flights are already boarding or about to depart
Instead of being met by smiling relatives and friends, passengers arriving at the airport are greeted by thousands of pro-democracy activists chanting 'fight with Hong Kong, fight for freedom!'
More than 5,000 pro-democracy protesters flooded Hong Kong International Airport prompting cancellations of flights. With more than 1,000 flights daily, where will this lead to?
(3rd UPDATE) Authorities say they are working to reopen the airport by 6 am Tuesday, August 13, but hundreds of protesters have remained in the arrivals hall well into the night with no sign of leaving
(UPDATED) 'Reopening airspace at Mitiga international airport after maintenance and cleaning...so that airlines can renew their flights,' the airport's management says in a statement on Facebook
The completion rate of the Antique Airport Development Project stands at 12%. It is supposed to be finished in June 2020.
'We have zero tolerance for inappropriate behaviour that affects the safe operation of our flights and the service experience we provide to our customers,' says Cathay Pacific CEO Rupert Hogg
'No rioters, only tyranny,' the demonstrators chant as they begin a three-day action – the latest in a string of protests that have rocked the international financial hub for more than two months
The United States Department of Homeland Security cites 'significant improvements' in the security operations of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport
(UPDATED) Without any challengers for its unsolicited airport proposal, San Miguel Corporation is set to build the New Manila International Airport in Bulacan
Even flight attendants join a rally held at Hong Kong airport's arrival hall
Cracking bomb jokes inside the airport is prohibited by law, punishable by prison time of up to 5 years or a maximum fine of P40,000
The Yeti Airlines ATR 72-500, arriving into Kathmandu from southern Nepal with 66 passengers, skids about 15 meters into the grass
Customs finds the firearms cache abandoned inside the DHL warehouse
It has baffled authorities who have failed to find the source and forced airports to change some landing procedures
Once the Sangley Airport is ready for domestic flights, only Cebu Pacific would be immediately ready to operate at the Cavite gateway
(4th UPDATE) Former foreign secretary Albert del Rosario is questioned in Hong Kong a month after the same thing happens to former ombudsman Conchita Carpio Morales
During a Cabinet meeting, President Duterte also hints at a revamp at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport, says Malacañang
The Yemeni rebels' Al-Masirah TV says the attack has targeted a Patriot air defense system
But the Filipino pilot and the Saudi Arabian student pilot remain missing
Customs officials discover a 20-inch reticulated python concealed in a bluetooth speaker
Investigators are still examining the black boxes from the plane and have so far given no official reason for the crash
Pilot Denis Yevdokimov tells Russian media the craft lost communication and needed to switch to emergency control mode 'because of lightning' on the Aeroflot flight to the Arctic city of Murmansk
Cebu Pacific cancels more flights, saying that its operations 'have been severely limited by a number of factors'
The Department of Transportation receives a copy of the NAIA Consortium's updated proposal on Tuesday night, April 23
(UPDATED) The Clark International Airport Corporation says it will already be 'business as usual,' following the Luzon earthquake that caused a temporary shutdown
Transportation Secretary Arthur Tugade says the Luzon earthquake caused around P30 million in damage to the Clark International Airport
(UPDATED) The control tower and passenger terminal of the Clark International Airport are damaged, prompting the suspension of operations
As many as 12,000 passengers use the airport daily during Holy Week
At least 3 people were injured after a small plane hit helicopters near Mount Everest
An indoor waterfall, lush gardens, and airport lounge facilities are just some of the features at Jewel Changi Airport
Flights from Manila to Marinduque, and vice versa, are operated by Cebu Pacific every Mondays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays