CebuPac seeks clarification on P52.1-M fine
MANILA, Philippines - Publicly listed Cebu Air Inc. (Cebu Pacific) of taipan John Gokongwei is seeking clarification on how the Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) arrived at the P52.11-million fine imposed on the budget airline.
Cebu Pacific cancels 125 flights
In line with the visit of Pope Francis, Cebu Pacific Air (CEB) cancelled 107 domestic flights and 18 international flights on January 15-19, 2015.
Clark budget airline terminal gets funding
DOTC releases P1.2B to start construction
By Kris Bayos | Manila Bulletin
The government is spending P1.2 billion for the initial phase of constructing a P7.2-billion budget airline terminal in Clark International Airport (CIA) this year.
Airline tickets to carry terminal fee next month
MANILA, Philippines - The P550 terminal fee at Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) terminals will be integrated into airline tickets effective Feb. 1.
CAB scraps airline fuel surcharges
MANILA, Philippines–Expect airline ticket prices to ease as early as next week as the government scraps the fuel surcharge on domestic and international flights operating in the Philippines because of the sharp decline in global crude oil prices.
- Lower airfares seen as fuel surcharge lifted
- Airlines cancel total of 102 flights for Papal visit
- DOTC seeks aviation law amendment to update penal provisions
- Airlines not deterred by current fines -- Abaya
- Airbus making PH int’l training hub
- MIAA to meet with airlines execs over NAIA arrangements for Pope Francis’ visit
- Cebu Pacific faces full range of sanctions
- CebuPac faces sanctions over delayed flights
- Cebu Pacific may face franchise revocation
- DOTC keen on privatizing Naia operations by 2016