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Old February 21st, 2012, 05:21 AM   #361
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Some of the IATA codes that I know (and frequently discussed)

Manila-- MNL
Bacolod Silay -- BCD
Iloilo -- ILO
Cebu -- CEB
Kalibo - KLO
Davao -- DVO
Clark -- CRK
Caticlan -- MPH
Palawan -- PPS
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Old March 10th, 2012, 09:43 AM   #362
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Qatar Airways firm on decision to halt Cebu flights

CEBU CITY -- Despite efforts by stakeholders here to have the decision reconsidered, Qatar Airways is reportedly pushing through with plans to halt flights between Doha and Cebu by March 27 due to taxes imposed on foreign airlines and rising fuel costs.

Nigel Paul C. Villarete, Mactan-Cebu International Airport Authority (MCIAA) general manager, said the country manager of Qatar Airways instead promised to just consider reopening the route in the future.

He said the airline management cited rising fuel costs as well as the carrier taxes imposed by the Philippine government as behind its decision.

Foreign airlines are slapped with a 3% common carriers tax and a 2.5% gross Philippine billings tax on cargo and passenger revenues originating from the country.

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, for its part, will stop flying direct flights between Manila and Amsterdam come March 26, and is instead offering a stopover flight in Taiwan.

Mr. Villarete was with Cebu officials, businessmen, and tourism players who recently met Abdallah Okasha, Philippine country manager of Qatar Airways.

Mr. Villarete said Mr. Okasha promised to review the reopening of the Doha-Cebu line once economic conditions improve and there is a positive feedback to the petition of airline associations to scrap the imposition of carrier taxes. Qatar operates flights from Doha to Cebu three times weekly.

Mr. Villarete and Department of Tourism (DOT) Central Visayas regional director Rowena Montecillo said the cancellation of the flights will have an effect on tourists from Europe since the Doha-Cebu line provide them the easiest route to the island. Visitors to Cebu from European countries grew 6.43% in 2011 compared to 2010, from 116,763 to 124,276.

Mr. Villarete, however, said he was confident that other players will come in, citing reports stating that Emirates and Etihad Airways are interested in the route.

Business groups in Cebu had written Qatar Airways to ask the airline to reconsider its decision. Cebu Chamber of Commerce and Industry president Samuel Chioson, in his letter, said Cebu is "in dire need of the services of your airways to connect us...to and from Europe."

He added that they've also asked the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI) to intercede in behalf of the airline so its bilateral agreement with the Philippine government can be reviewed and its concerns addressed. -- M.D. Limpag
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Old April 14th, 2012, 01:59 PM   #363
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Aquino inaugurates new Airbus A380 hangar

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MANILA, Philippines—President Benigno Aquino III on Friday said that he envisions the Philippines to become a destination for 10 million tourists by 2016.

He made the remark at the inauguration of the new Airbus A380 maintenance hangar of Lufthansa Technik Philippines at the MacroAsia Special Economic Zone in Villamor Air Base, Pasay City.

The President boasted that by April, the Philippines will be “one of the few locations around the world that can service such a gigantic aircraft” which will bring in opportunities for Filipinos within the country.

Aquino, together with Department of Transportation and Communication Secretary Mar Roxas, and Secretary Cesar Purisima, attended the inauguration of what Philippine Airlines chairman and CEO Lucio Tan described to be the “first such facility (of its kind) in the Philippines, and only the fourth of its kind in the world.”

The maintenance hangar is the third of its kind in Manila and was a US$30 million investment made by LTP as it sought to provide maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services to A380 and in turn not only expand the airline’s capacity but also create some 400 more jobs for the country.

By April 2012, LTP will be making C-checks and cabin modifications for the A380 using the said hangar which is 8,500 square meters large and 35 meters in height.

The hangar, built on a parcel of land which was a parking lot 10 months ago, has enough space for simultaneous checks on one wide body and two narrow body aircraft.
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Clark readies plans for budget terminal, further expansion

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PLANS are underway for a PHP12-billion (US$282 million) budget terminal at Diosdado Macapagal International Airport (DMIA), also known as Clark International Airport.

According to DMIA general manager, Jose Victor Luciano, the new terminal, which will be located adjacent to the existing one, is being built to capitalise on strong growth in the budget travel segment.

Taking into account the PHP 360 million-expansion of Clark's existing terminal—scheduled for completion by 2013, the airport will be able to accommodate up to 2.5 million passengers annually once the new budget terminal is completed, up from the current one million.

Clark’s expansion could not come sooner, given the entry of AirAsia Philippines and Airphil Express flights next month.

AirAsia Philippines will be launching its maiden route (Clark-Davao) on March 15, and is also working to secure flight permits to Kalibo, Puerto Princesa, Singapore, Hong Kong and Macau (TTG Asia e-Daily, February 8, 2012).

AirPhil Express will be starting four new routes from March 29: Davao (six-weekly), Cebu (six-weekly), Kalibo (sixteen per week) and Puerto Princesa (twelve per week).

Two other low-cost carriers, Cebu Pacific and SEAir, are already operating at Clark.

Luciano revealed that Clark was looking to build an additional facility, which “will be able to accommodate about thirty planes at any one time…and we are looking at models in Singapore and Kuala Lumpur”. The project may take up to 2015 to be completed, he added.
http://ttgasia.com/article.php?article_id=3081


PH fortifies position in booming MRO market

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SINGAPORE – The Philippines is fast becoming a hub for the maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) business in Asia, with a French company being the latest to sign up for servicing at Clark, a former US military base-turned-economic zone north of Manila.

The growth of the low-cost carrier business model had fueled the global MRO industry, which is expected to expand 4.4 percent a year to US$65.3 billion through 2020. The industry is set to become more competitive, as MRO service providers increase their product offerings in response to airline fleet changes and expansion.

At the 2012 Singapore Airshow on Friday, Assistance Aeronautique et Aerospatiale (AAA), a French company providing on site support and technical assistance for aircraft manufacturers and MRO companies announced the formation of a partnership with a Clark-based maintenance company, Dornier Technology Inc., to provide MRO services for ATR aircraft in the region.
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Old April 14th, 2012, 02:20 PM   #364
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PAL, AirPhil set refleeting programs that can cost up to $1B

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MANILA, Philippines—Philippine Airlines, which recently took in the San Miguel Corp as a new investor, is seen investing as much as $1 billion for a fleet modernization program that will make the storied flag carrier more competitive.

Ramon S. Ang, president of SMC who signed a deal last week to acquire 49 percent each of PAL Holdings and Air Philippines Corp., said the conglomerate welcomed “the opportunity to participate in the refleeting and modernization plans of the two airlines.”

In a text message, Ang said the fleet modernization would cost at least $500 million to as much as $1 billion.

The $500-million minimum requirement is what SMC is infusing into several holding firms that will result in its equity investment in PAL and AirPhil, where the conglomerate is expected to exercise management control even if the majority stake would remain with the group of taipan Lucio Tan.

In a statement jointly issued by the Lucio Tan group and SMC, the two groups said the new partnership would “allow the two airlines to strengthen operations and stay competitive with the implementation of PAL and AirPhil’s fleet modernization program.”

Industry sources explained that because SMC’s entry into PAL and AirPhil would involve the issuance of new shares, new money would flow into the carriers. For capital spending beyond $500 million, the source said the airlines could fund this through debt rather than equity so as not to disrupt the existing capital structure.
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Boeing Explores Aircraft Parts Sourcing
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MANILA, Philippines — Boeing, the world’s second largest aircraft manufacturer, is sending a team to the country this month to explore sourcing of aircraft parts and components while Taiwanese-owned Air Asia is looking at the Philippines for the expansion of its aircraft maintenance operation.

An official source said that Boeing officials are arriving April 15 to talk with the Board of Investments of their plan to source aircraft parts and components from existing aircraft parts producers in the country.

Airbus, Boeing’s competitor, has also expressed keen interest to source some of its parts requirements in the Philippines. Airbus, however, has yet to send a mission here.

On the part of Air Asia, which should not be mistaken for the Malaysian commercial airline firm, this Taiwanese firm plans to put up a new aircraft maintenance facility in the country.

Air Asia Company Limited, a subsidiary of Taiwan Aerospace, is the most diversified and experienced aircraft maintenance facility in Asia. In half a century, its maintenance accomplishment in military aircraft and civil transport aircraft has gained high reputation. The greatest competitive advantage of Air Asia is its OEM's (original equipment manufacturer) authorization. Boeing Airplane Group, Bell Helicopter TEXTRON Inc., Raytheon Aircraft Co., and Sikorsky Aircraft Co. have all nominated Air Asia as their authorized service center for aircraft/helicopter maintenance.

Air Asia raised its for expansion in the Philippines during a recent Taiwan investment mission headed by Senator Edgardo J. Angara and Trade and Industry Undersecretary Cristino L. Panlilio.

Panlilio cited that most of the electronics firms in the country are suppliers of aviation companies of the world, including Boeing.

“We are tapping manufacturers and assemblers of aircraft components to enhance their operations here,” he said.

Aside from the electronics companies, there are three major aircrafts components manufacturers in the country, including MOOGS in Baguio Economic Zone and another British firm that makes galley fixtures.

Panlilio further said that Texas Instruments even supplies instrumentation parts for Boeing and Airbus. There are probably 100,000 parts in the Boeing plane from switches, wire harness and motors.(BCM)
http://www.mb.com.ph/articles/356767...parts-sourcing
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Old April 15th, 2012, 04:37 PM   #365
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I still don't know why the NAIA thread had to be merged into this one. Is it possible to split MNL from this thread and keep this for all other airports in the Philippines?
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Old July 17th, 2012, 06:03 AM   #366
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I think in the long run, Manila will support two airports, Clark will definitely be developed (as can be seen below) into 3 or 4 runways eventually becoming MetroManila's Main Airport. But Manila INternational will still be there I think primarily relegated to domestic and short regional flights. Still quite a ways to go though, the immediate future will have it hosting LCC's with a new LCC type terminal.


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I am not sure if you have been to Clark or have seen it's layout in Google Earth. Constructing a 3rd runway, let alone a 4th runway, will take up precious real estate from the industrial zones.

The bigger headache on the ROW will be for the North Rail. The said raillink will have to become wider to accommodate its transformation from a Narrow Gauge track to Wide Gauge. Also, the ROW will have to run a little more straight with gentler curve so that we will have a real express train servicing the Metro and Clark.

Otherwise, we will have to settle to a Narrow Gauge link that would travel a good 60kms to manage the 120km distance. That translates to any Metro resident with the following experience:

1 hour to get to the train station.
30 mins to buy ticket and wait for the train
2 hours to DMIA
2 hours of check-in time, security and immigration clearance
30 mins waiting for boarding

So, just to get out of the country, you will need to block half of your day already just for this. It's ok if you are a private citizen on a personal trip. In today's world where business is done instantly, half-a-day in and out of the Philippines will surely take a toll on the economy.
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Old July 17th, 2012, 09:04 AM   #367
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Some of the IATA codes that I know (and frequently discussed)

Manila-- MNL
Bacolod Silay -- BCD
Iloilo -- ILO
Cebu -- CEB
Kalibo - KLO
Davao -- DVO
Clark -- CRK
Caticlan -- MPH
Palawan -- PPS
How about the following:

- General Santos
- Subic Bay/Olongapo
- Cagayan de Oro
- Zamboanga
- Naga
- Legazpi
- Tacloban
- Dumagete
- Puerto Princesa
- Laoag
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Old August 5th, 2012, 08:27 AM   #368
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Zamboanga HUB during the 90's







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Old October 27th, 2012, 05:36 AM   #369
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MAS Wings to fly Puerto Princesa

Zamboanga, Cebu and Davao to follow

October 19, 2012



KOTA KINABALU: MASwings Sdn Bhd (MASwings) is aiming to fly to Puerto Princesa, Palawan Island in the Philippines by the first quarter of 2013 after it has successfully taken off to Bandar Seri Begawan of Brunei, Pontianak and Tarakan in Indonesia.

Malaysia Airlines subsidiary MASwings will fly Puerto Princesa in the Philippines from Kota Kinabalu, says its Chief Commercial Officer, Shauqi Ahmad after launching flights to Brunei and Indonesia. It will be the airlines first destination in the Philippines and the route will be flown using ATR 72-500 planes.

The airline also intends to open additional destinations in Zamboanga, Davao and Cebu from Kota Kinabalu and Sandakan after launching flight to Puerto Princesa.

Ahmad said they were just waiting approval from the Transport Ministry granting them permission to fly to UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, the Puerto-Princesa Subterranean River National Park in Palawan.

“This is our next plan for further expansion in the Brunei-Indonesia-Malaysia- Philippines East Asean Growth Area (BIMP-EAGA) region, to achieve MASwings’ vision of becoming the most reputable and preferred airline in East Asia.” says Ahmad.

“We are looking at the positive way in this expansion planning, especially with the recent signing of the Framework Agreement for the Bangsamoro between the Philippine government and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF), which is good news for any airline companies,” he said.

MASwings aims to become an active regional player in BIMP-EAGA region.
“We believe this is within our reach following the introduction of the new BIMP-EAGA routes by linking out two major hubs Kota Kinabalu and Kuching, with Bandar Seri Begawan and Pontianak and from Tawau to Tarakan February this year,” Ahmad said.

He said the linkage has contributed significantly to the increasing number of MASwings passengers and help to boost tourist arrivals to Sabah and Sarawak.
MASwings operates a fleet of 14 aircraft from its base in Kota Kinabalu and Kutching in East Malaysia.It flies to 22 destinations across Malaysia, Brunei and Indonesia.

http://philippineairspace.blogspot.c...-princesa.html
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hi Chuck, thx for the news n photos.

can you suggest places of interest for me to visit in Zamboanga City.
interested to go there one of these days. thx n kind rgds.
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Clark airport-TriNoma transport service opens
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A DEDICATED bus service between TriNoma Mall in Quezon City and Clark International Airport will start tomorrow, Tuesday, in a bid to boost passenger traffic at the Angeles-City based aviation hub.

The "TriNoma-Clark Airport Lounge" will provide dedicated buses that will ply directly to the Clark International Airport on a 24-hour basis, Victor Jose I. Luciano, president and chief executive officer of Clark International Airport Corp., said in a statement on Monday.
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How about the following:

- General Santos
- Subic Bay/Olongapo
- Cagayan de Oro
- Zamboanga
- Naga
- Legazpi
- Tacloban
- Dumagete
- Puerto Princesa
- Laoag
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CGY
ZAM
WNP
LGP
TAC
DGT
PPS
LAO
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Govt not partial to Ayala-Aboitiz consortium for Mactan airport project - DOTC
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MANILA - The Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) on Tuesday shrugged off rumors that the government is favoring an influential family for the multibillion-peso Mactan Cebu International Airport (MCIA) project.

"This guideline was set based on merits. And from the government perception as a possible regulator and overseer of the airline industry, that we're not considering company names or last names of a big family or whatever interest," Secretary Joseph Emilio Abaya told reporters, when asked if the government is favoring the Ayala-Aboitiz consortium.

Abaya said he knew of the Ayala-Aboitiz consortium's interest in the project from media reports.
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Old January 22nd, 2013, 02:41 PM   #374
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“It is now gearing up to add more international routes within the BIMP EAGA region through the second phase of expansion which will see it spreading its wings to Puerto Princesa in Pawalan, by March 2013 and Zamboanga in Mindanao by June,” Nawawi enthused.[LEFT][COLOR=#000000]
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AirPhil Express eyes flights to Sabah
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Budget airline AirPhil Express, the sister company of flag carrier Philippine Airlines (PAL), plans to mount flights between Zamboanga City and Sandakan in Malaysia’s Sabah region, representing the company’s first international flight out of the key Mindanao airport.
Documents from the Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) said AirPhil Express planned direct flights to Sandakan, a popular eco-tourism destination and one of the largest cities in Sabah.
AirPhil Express plans to impose a fuel surcharge of $15 for each passenger for the new service. Fuel surcharges are paid on top of regular ticket prices to cover the cost of fuel, which accounts for the bulk of an airline’s expenses.

The Zamboanga-Sandakan flights will be the only international service out of the Zamboanga International Airport, Mindanao’s third-busiest airport after Davao and Cagayan de Oro. Zamboanga International Airport is operated by the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP).

Apart from AirPhil Express, only Cebu Pacific has flights to Zamboanga.
AirPhil Express has international flights to Hong Kong, Singapore and Kuala Lumpur, all served by its fleet of Airbus A320 aircraft.
Latest government data showed that the company’s international passenger business slumped slightly to 104,820 passengers in the first three quarters of 2012 from 107,235 in the same period the year before.
This came despite the growth in total international air traffic to the country to 12.56 million in the nine-month period, up from 11.69 million the previous year.

PAL remained the market leader with 3.07 million international passengers in January to September 2012, up from 2.99 million 12 months prior.
Cebu Pacific, for its part, ended September of 2012 with 2.03 million passengers, up from 1.82 million in January to September of 2011.

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hi Chuck, thx for the news n photos.

can you suggest places of interest for me to visit in Zamboanga City.
interested to go there one of these days. thx n kind rgds.
Sorry for the late reply. here.

Click the link. Everthing is there.
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New airline to serve Zamboanga soon.



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Sorry for the late reply. here.

Click the link. Everthing is there.
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no problemo.. gr8 gorgeous destination .. hope to be there by yr end.
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Great! You'll love it here.
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Speaking of Zamboanga, This is what you find at EAAB, all N-registered aircraft.

From the pictures, you can find 3 Bell 214ST (sn N214EB, N745H, N787SR), two Pilatus Pilatus U-28B planes Of USAF with markings 80700 and 80718, and a cargo plane C-212-CC.

We call this place Dyncorp airbase.



And this is what you're supposed to see inside the U-28B. Note that the two Pilatus only has a pair of window when they were supposed to be eight.



This is how it looks like up close



perry.blanco would be glad to see this.



And talking about Fil Asian Airways, I promised to upload the photo I got when I went there



The YS-11 and the 510 Citation Mustang at ZAM.
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