PAL seeks diplomatic intervention in 5th freedom rights row with Kuwait Airways
Philippine Airlines (PAL) is seeking diplomatic intervention to resolve its row with Kuwait Airways (KU) over 5th freedom rights.
PAL seeks DFA help on fifth freedom rights in Kuwait
PHILIPPINE AIRLINES (PAL) has called on the intervention of the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) after the State of Kuwait prevented the local flag carrier from exercising its fifth freedom rights.
IATA: February demand growth stays strong
In the first two months of 2016, global passenger demand is off to its strongest start in eight years,” says International Air Transport Association (IATA) Director General and CEO Tony Tyler.”
Korean Air to Launch Incheon-Okinawa Service
Korean Air has announced today that it will launch new flight services from Incheon International Airport in Seoul to Okinawa, Japan’s southernmost prefecture, from May 5th, 2016 which will be the 16th destination in Japan for the carrier.
Philippine airports in best list
No this is not an April Fool’s Day joke. This isn’t a sarcastic spoof news item either. This is for real. In fact, it isn’t just one, but three Philippine airports landed in Asia’s best airports list. Of course, NAIA isn’t one of them, silly!
- Asia Pacific carriers post biggest drop in freight volume
- Talks with Kuwait on air rights issue eyed
- NZ carrier to launch direct Manila-Auckland flights
- Emirates sees Clark as link to the world
- Airlines continue expansion in Mactan-Cebu airport
- NAIA-3 blackout strands thousands: 82 flights cancelled
- AirAsia founders boost stakes to help the airline cut debt
- Flights canceled after 5-hour blackout hits NAIA
- Emirates’ first circular service from Dubai arrives in Cebu, Clark
- Cebu Pacific income up 400% to P4.39B in 2015