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Old January 25th, 2014, 03:31 AM   #561
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DMCI Gets Go-Signal to Start Rehabilitation of NAIA T1

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Posted at 01/13/2014 6:24 PM | Updated as of 01/13/2014 6:24 PM

MANILA, Philippines - DM Consunji Inc. has gotten the go-signal from the Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) to begin the P1.2 billion Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA 1) rehabilitation project In a notice to proceed, the DOTC directed DMCI to complete the project within 360 days, or before the end of 2014. DMCI received the notice last January 6."You are hereby directed to commence the work according to the terms and conditions stipulated in the Contract for the aforementioned project. The work shall be completed within 360 calendar days, counting of which will commence within 15 calendar days from the receipt of this Notice," the DOTC said.The contract involves construction, plumbing, electrical wiring and architecture, among others, at the NAIA.The NAIA 1 is getting a much-needed facelift, ahead of the Philippines' hosting of the APECs Summit meeting in 2015.More than three decades-old, NAIA 1 has been named one of the world's worst airports by several websites. The airport has gotten a bad rap for its overcrowded facilities and runway traffic.

A bulldozer would do a better job than a renovation band aid job. Do they seriously believe renovated toilets, wiring and plumbing is going to cut it?
My experience flying from MNL T1 was a first & last. Never again!
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Old January 26th, 2014, 04:03 AM   #562
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How old is this airport?
The facility, in general, has been open for civilian use for more than 50 years. The terminal for renovation opened in the 80s.
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Old February 5th, 2014, 03:01 PM   #563
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Ongoing Rehabilitation of NAIA Terminal 1

http://balita.ph/2014/02/04/ongoing-...ia-terminal-1/

February 4, 2014 11:44 am

The workers of Izumo construction company replacing the steel bars in the ongoing rehabilitation of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 1 at the departure and arrival areas (right photo), In foreground was the scaffolding of the ongoing rehabilitation of the airport. (PNA photos by Avito C. Dalan)
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Old February 7th, 2014, 04:19 AM   #564
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February 4, 2014 11:44 am

The workers of Izumo construction company replacing the steel bars in the ongoing rehabilitation of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 1 at the departure and arrival areas (right photo), In foreground was the scaffolding of the ongoing rehabilitation of the airport. (PNA photos by Avito C. Dalan)
I need to ask the question with T3 now open & operational wouldn't it make more sense to transfer carriers to the newer facilities & demolish T1?
Doesn't make any sense to renovate or repair such a run down Terminal.
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I need to ask the question with T3 now open & operational wouldn't it make more sense to transfer carriers to the newer facilities & demolish T1?
Doesn't make any sense to renovate or repair such a run down Terminal.
there will be transfer of 5 airlines from T1 to T3. i think curently T1 services around 7 million passengers annually. the management wants to bring down the passenger movement to just 4 to 6 million. with the excess being transferred to T3 (and hopefully all international routes to T3 except for pal and cebu pacific).
the bldg cant be demolish because its was made by a national artist. and this is just a patch-up-work because feasibilty studies are underway to build a new airport to serve manila. manila is under a dual airport system. with the other one, Clark International Airport .

heres the vid of the proposed terminal

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Old February 9th, 2014, 10:00 AM   #566
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I need to ask the question with T3 now open & operational wouldn't it make more sense to transfer carriers to the newer facilities & demolish T1?
Doesn't make any sense to renovate or repair such a run down Terminal.
The Transfer of 5 International Carriers from T1 to T3 has Already Been Scheduled to take Place No Later than June 2014 as Work Continues on the Installation of the 23 Required Systems to Bring the Terminal to 100% Operational Status by Japanese Contractor Takenaka for the Next Few More Months, Currently it is Only Operating at 52% Capacity ...
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Old February 10th, 2014, 01:30 AM   #567
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2 Precious MIAA Artworks to be Restored at P12M

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Published : Thursday, February 06, 2014 00:00
Written by : Itchie G. Cabayan


TWO precious artworks which have been preserved by the Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) for nearly three years and worth at least P12 million will now be restored by experts and are expected to be ready for public viewing after a month.This was learned from Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 1 General Manager Dante Basanta, who said that National Museum Director Jeremy Barns has expressed his gratitude to the MIAA and its general manager, ret. Gen. Jose Angel Honrado, for helping preserve the said artworks.Honrado, for his part and in formally turning them over to the museum authorities, said the airport’s contribution in preserving the said artworks is a small gesture toward giving great importance to anything that is of historical value.Under the new heritage law, any artwork by a national artist is considered as a national treasure.

It was learned that the artworks involved have been stored at the MIAA warehouse for almost three years already. Made of burl-lap cloths, they were done by National Artist for Visual Arts Arturo Luz as commissioned by Architect Leandro Locsin who constructed the NAIA Terminal 1.The said acrylic abstract paintings, titled, ‘Arrival & Departure,’ was originally placed at the east and west concourse area of the said terminal, then known as the Manila International Airport, following its construction.The paintings were then dismantled in 2011 and replaced with a photo of a famous tourist destination in the Philippines pursuant to the promotion of the tourism tag, “It’s More Fun in the Philippines.’Since then, the artworks were stored at the airport warehouse until National Museum deputy director Ana Maria Theresa Labrador noticed that it was gone, during a trip abroad.The museum authorities then made representations with the MIAA to reclaim the paintings.Luz, who was present in the turnover yesterday, said it took him two years to create the said paintings which measured about 60 feet
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Old February 16th, 2014, 02:55 AM   #568
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Man Clings for Life after NAIA-1 Ceiling Collapses

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By Raoul Esperas
Posted at 02/13/2014 11:08 PM | Updated as of 02/13/2014 11:08 PM

MANILA -- Departing passengers at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 1 got the surprise of their lives when a portion of the terminal's ceiling collapsed on Thursday.Worse, a construction worker was seen clinging for his life from the damaged ceiling about 50 feet above the departure lobby.Fortunately, the construction worker identified as 20-year-old Jelly Boy Marcial was able to grab a protruding aircon pipe and was eventually saved by a fellow worker.Marcial, who was unscathed in the incident, said he was thankful to God for what he considers as his second life.Meanwhile, departing passengers at the lobby who were queuing for their international flights scampered for safety.

However, 59-year-old Lorna Delos Angeles, an overseas Filipino worker (OFW) in California, was hit by falling debris.Delos Angeles' blood pressure shot up.She was taken by medical personnel of the Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) to the clinic.She was later allowed to board her flight after her blood pressure stabilized.She was advised by doctors to undergo further medical attention if she feels dizziness or vomiting.In a phone interview, NAIA Terminal 1 manager Dante Basanta said they will call the attention of F.R. Sevilla Construction, the sub-contractor of DMCI, to ensure 100 percent safety in all areas of the airport that are undergoing rehabilitation.
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Old February 28th, 2014, 02:45 PM   #569
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Japanese Apprehended at Naia for Failing to Declare 53 Million Yen

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8:58 pm | Wednesday, February 19th, 2014

MANILA, Philippines—A Japanese national was intercepted at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) for failing to declare that he was carrying 53-million Yen, equivalent to about P21 million, upon his arrival in Manila from Tokyo, Japan, late Tuesday night.According to the Bureau of Customs, 50-year-old Yoshiaki Takahashi, a businessman residing in Chiba, Japan, who has frequently traveled to the Philippines, arrived in Manila via Japan Airlines flight JL 745 at past 10 p.m. Tuesday.Customs examiners found the cash inside a paper bag inside his luggage upon routine inspection.

Takahashi faces charges for violation of the Tariff and Customs Code of the Philippines for failing to declare the cash and unlawful importation of foreign currency and Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) Circular 698, which sets rules and requirements for declaration of cash worth more than P10,000 or 10,000 in other currencies upon departing or arriving the Philippines.Customs authorities filed the complaint before the Pasay Prosecutors Office on Wednesday.The BOC said that Takahashi, when interviewed, claimed that he had traveled to the Philippines several times before but was not aware of the rules governing the carrying of foreign currency.The Japanese national said he had intended to use the money to start his own business and buy properties in the Philippines.
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Abaya to Foreign Airlines: Move to NAIA 3

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Posted at 02/28/2014 5:25 PM | Updated as of 02/28/2014 5:25 PM

MANILA, Philippines - Foreign airlines are being urged to transfer to the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal (NAIA 3), which is scheduled to be completed by July.Transportation and Communications Secretary Joseph Emilio Abaya said foreign airlines are being encouraged to move to NAIA 3 from the congested NAIA 1.He said the P1.9 billion NAIA 3 rehabilitation, which is being undertaken by Japan's Takenaka Corp., is expected to be completed ahead of the August schedule.The rehabilitation of the two terminals will ease congestion at NAIA 1, bringing it back to its design capacity of around 4-4.5 million from the current level of 7-8 million.

"We might be ready to receive them some time April or May but they are asking for one year to fix their lounges. We are offering the use of government lounges so they could transfer," he said.Among the major airlines being urged to transfer to NAIA 3 are Cathay Pacific, Singapore Airlines, Delta Airlines and Emirates.Meanwhile, the P1.3 billion rehabilitation of NAIA 1 is expected to be completed in January 2015, in time for the Philippines' hosting of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit.We are also currently testing and installing new equipment at Terminal 3 in order to make it fully operational by the latter half of this year, since only about half of the building is operational now," Abaya said.
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15 Workers Returning Lost Items are NAIA’s Best Finds

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By Jerome Aning
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4:09 am | Wednesday, March 5th, 2014

MANILA, Philippines—Fifteen employees of Ninoy Aquino International Airport (Naia) received commendations and certificates of recognition on Tuesday for showing honesty and exemplary service, mainly by turning over to the lost and found section various items left behind by passengers or facilitating their return to the owners.The honors were given in simple rites marking the 32nd anniversary of the Manila International Airport Authority (Miaa), the government operator of the four Naia terminals.“For their honesty, dedication and exemplary performance, these airport employees are the pride of the Miaa. This recognition leaves the legacy of a positive culture not only reflective of Naia but also of the country and its people,” Miaa General Manager Jose Angel Honrado said.The honorees included 10 Naia employees and five members of the MIAA airport police department (APD):
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I so hated Terminal 1...I remember back in the days, I had to use this airport at least twice a month!
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Old March 7th, 2014, 03:05 AM   #573
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Customs Collector Foils Bid to Smuggle $10,000 in $2 Magazine

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MANILA, Philippines -- Curious that a $2 news magazine from the US seemed too heavy, Cura Mansueto, a customs examiner at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport checked the package and foiled an attempt to smuggle in a huge amount of cash.Mansueto, assigned to the bonded warehouse at NAIA, found that the magazine had a false bottom into which $10,000 in $100 bills had been hidden.The package had been sent by a Jon Estil of Pennsylvania USA and was supposed to be delivered to Roy Lopez of 31 CBW International NAIA in Pasay City.The cash was immediately confiscated in favor of the government.
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NAIA Tightens Security Over Speculation Malaysian Plane was Terror Target

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March 10, 2014 9:32pm

The authorities heightened security at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) following concerns that the disappearance of a Malaysian aircraft—missing since Saturday, March 8—may have been caused by a terrorist attack.“Increased patrols, visibility ng personnel namin, tapos yung alertness ng personnel namin to respond to any immediate threat. At the same time, i-intensify din natin yung gagawing intelligence information (gathering),” said Philippine National Police Aviation Security Group (PNP-AVSEGROUP) Chief Supt. Christopher Laxa in an interview aired on GMA News' “24 Oras” Monday evening.All four terminals of NAIA have been on Heightened Alert status since Sunday, a day after the Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 lost contact with air traffic controllers about an hour after taking off from Kuala Lumpur past midnight Saturday.
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12-Year-Old Boy Seeking Medication Blocked at NAIA

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Posted on Monday Mar 17th at 11:51am

MANILA, Philippines — A 12-year-old boy with a congenital deformity was prevented from boarding a flight to Vietnam where he is scheduled for urgent medical attention.Regin de Guzman Palileo, mother of the boy with pectus excavatum or "hollowed chest," filed a complaint before the Manila International Airport Authority's customer center at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila, according to a state news report.Palileo said that an airline ground staff blocked the boy from boarding a Cebu Pacific Air flight around 10:00 p.m. Sunday for allegedly having a "damaged passport.

"Palileo identified the airline staff member as Mark Rotanel and denied that her son holds a spoiled travel document as it was recently used in their recent United States trip.Palileo recounted that she pleaded Rotanel to let the boy undergo an urgent medication in Vietnam, but Rotanel insisted that the airline has to the right to off load a passenger with a damaged passport.Airport authorities referred the matter to the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA), which said the passport was valid and has no defect.The DFA also opened its consular office and issued a temporary passport to the young man on Sunday to avoid further confrontation with the passenger carrier.Palileo, her son and her mother were able to leave for Vietnam on Sunday night through another Cebu Pacific flight. The company waived its rebooking charges for the deferred trip.Cebu Pacific, meanwhile, was asked by Palileo to impose sanctions against Rotanel for the family's inconveniences. - Camille Diola
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How passanger can move from one to another terminal?
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There are Terminal Shuttle Buses Every 15 Minutes ...
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Delta Transfers Flights to NAIA 3

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Posted at 03/25/2014 5:09 PM | Updated as of 03/25/2014 5:09 PM

MANILA, Philippines - Delta Air Lines will move its operations to the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3 in August.In a statement, Delta said all its flights will depart and arrive at NAIA 3 starting August 1.The airline currently operates from NAIA Terminal 1, which is now undergoing a much-needed rehabilitation."This exciting news is another big step for Delta as it has been improving the customer experience in the air and on the ground... We are delighted that our customers will benefit from the larger, more efficiently designed Terminal 3 from this summer," said Steven Crowdey, director – Philippines, Australia and Micronesia.Delta said it will install more self-service check-in kiosks in NAIA 3's lobby to reduce the waiting time for customers.Delta operates non-stop flights from Manila to Tokyo-Narita and to Nagoya-Centrair airports in Japan, where travelers can connect to its extensive network to and within the United States.
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PAL, CEB, ANA Launch New Phl-Japan Routes

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By Donnabelle L. Gatdula and Lawrence Agcaoili, The Philippine Star
Posted at 03/29/2014 9:26 AM | Updated as of 03/29/2014 9:26 AM

MANILA, Philippines - The two biggest Philippine carriers and Japan’s All Nippon Airways (ANA) will simultaneously launch new routes between the two countries in a strong push to draw in more Japanese tourists.Starting tomorrow, Philippine Airlines (PAL), Cebu Air and ANA, Japan’s largest airline by passengers, will introduce new Philippine-Japan routes that will increase the number of flights to 81 per week from the previous 56.Flag carrier PAL will add twice daily flights to Tokyo-Haneda, returning the same day, to its existing Tokyo-Narita, Fukuoka, Nagoya and Osaka routes.Budget carrier Cebu Air, the operator of the Cebu Pacific brand, will start direct flights from Manila to Narita daily and four times a week to Nagoya, beefing up its daily Manila-Osaka route.Meanwhile, ANA, which has been operating for three years in the Philippines, will fly to Tokyo-Haneda daily to complement its existing service between Manila and Tokyo-Narita. ANA will also be deploying the first Boeing 787 Dreamliner, one of the world’s biggest passenger aircraft, to the Philippines.The additional routes and the participation of the major carriers prompted the Department of Tourism (DOT) to expect a 20- percent growth in the number of Japanese tourists going to the Philippines this year.
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EBOLA ALERT | Airport Health Teams Tracking Passengers from West Africa, or With Fever

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By: Eric B. Apolonio, InterAksyon.com | PNA/Xinhua
April 2, 2014 5:39 PM

MANILA, Philippines - Quarantine officers at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) terminals are closely monitoring all international incoming passengers registering high fever on their thermal scanner as a precaution against possible carriers of the Ebola virus, which has killed 80 people in the West African nation of Guinea.NAIA terminal 1 doctor on-duty, Dr. Noel Ramirez, said they are closely monitoring passengers with high fever. These will be subjected to routine examination and questioning to ascertain where they have been before entering the Philippines.The Department of Health (DOH), working with the UN agency World Health Organization (WHO), has given quarantine officers instructions to ask passenger/s with fever the history of their travel within 10 days and the point of origin – in order to prevent the spread of Ebola Virus.
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