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Nonie Reyes

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Tourism boosted; PHL welcomes Xiamen group

THEY’RE back. At least 189 Chinese passengers from Xiamen and 15 flight crew were welcomed upon arrival at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 1 on Tuesday by Tourism Secretary Christina Garcia Frasco, Chinese Ambassador to the Philippines Huang Xilian and Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) General Manager Cesar Chiong.

CAAP seeks Congress help for gear upgrade

TO prevent a repeat of the January 1 technical glitch which disrupted hundreds of flights and inconvenienced thousands of passengers, the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) on Wednesday asked the House of Representatives to help them implement plans to upgrade the country’s Communications, Navigation, and Surveillance/Air Traffic Management (CNS/ATM) System, including procurement of the Ultimate Fallback System.

Our back beach experience in Boracay

With a travel fund falling short for a lavish holiday, my family and I decided that if we are to travel to an island, we’ll stay on the rear beach since it will be more affordable for us than choosing accommodations on the main beach. It’s not always true that being in the back means a place is not worth staying; sometimes, you will be surprised.

Airport fiasco: Big probe begins

According to the DOTr: “The incident that resulted in the loss of power in the system was due to a problem in the system’s electrical network, with its uninterruptible power supply (UPS), which is to be used as backup power supply, also failing (sic). The main cause of the power supply problem is still being determined and is subject for investigation.”

Younger generation takes mission of helping poor

TRAVELING to a place is always fun, especially when one is looking forward to help people with their medical needs. Medical missions may not deliver a lot, but giving medical assistance to the less fortunate to have an eye or a dental checkup means so much to them.