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Old August 15th, 2010, 03:38 PM   #681
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Aquino warned against signing EO advocating ‘open skies’
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ADVOCATES of the “open skies” policy have infiltrated the highest echelons of the government and will attempt to pressure President Aquino into signing an executive order giving foreign airlines unlimited access to the Diosdado Macapagal International Airport in Clark, Pampanga, and beyond.

This was the warning aired Saturday by Robert Lim Joseph, founder of the Fair Open Skies Movement, who said the open skies lobbyists had moved within the Aquino administration to pressure Mr. Aquino into signing Executive Order 500-B.

Joseph warned that officers of the Freedom to Fly Coalition (FFC), which has been advocating for open skies without reciprocity, “may use their clout now to push their agenda” in the administration.

He said Tourism Secretary Alberto Lim was one of the founders of FFC, which has been tagged in the Senate during public hearings as a lobbyist for foreign aviation interests.

Joseph feared that FFC, through Lim and other individuals and groups in government and the private sector would influence President Aquino into finally signing EO 500-B.

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“Thus we are cautioning the President against signing EO 500-B. He should open to public discussions the merits of this proposed amendatory executive order, and get the viewpoints of other stakeholders in the aviation, travel and tourism industries,” he said.

Joseph said EO 500-B would give outright and unlimited grant of traffic rights to all foreign airlines. These traffic rights include Fifth Freedom rights, which would allow, without limit, foreign airlines to fly to Clark, pick up local passengers, and fly them to a third country.

Under this set-up, Singapore Airlines, say, can fly to Clark, pick up Filipino passengers there, and fly them to the United States or Japan or Korea without limit on frequency and type of aircraft.

“The problem with this set-up is that while we are generously allowing foreign airlines these traffic rights, Philippine carriers do not enjoy the same privileges outright as they have still to negotiate with the governments of these foreign airlines, Joseph said in a press statement.

Once EO 500-B is issued, Philippine carriers would lose their leverage during air negotiations. They cannot expect to get equal concessions from foreign governments since we had already given everything to their airlines on a silver platter, he said.

“Where is fairness in this arrangement?” Joseph said.
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Koror – Palau-based airline Pacific Flier of Aviation Matters has suspended all flights operations to and from Koror last week on account of poor passenger sales and operating losses after it failed to secure landing rights to Guam.

President Johnson Toribiong of Palau said that the airline which has only been in service for four months has cancelled all flights “until further notice.”

Its last flight was made to the Philippines' Manila-Clark airport on friday, August 13, 2010 with resumption to its service likely to be nil.

The airline has been asking the US DOT for a foreign air carrier permit otherwise known as the "402 permit" to provide non-scheduled charter flight from Koror to Guam, as well as request for exemptions to title 49 USC §40109, which codifies the US Federal Aviation act of 1956.

Generally, a charter flight should not exceed 6 flights for the duration of the year, thus, an exemption is filed to mount more than 6 flights.

Its exemption permit was provisionally granted by US DOT on February 25, 2010 with flight scheduled on June 15 to Guam, until DOT found discripancies to its ownership structure who is mostly Australian nationals.

But the airline has said on its website that it was merely suspending its operation due to some traffic rights and access issues at Koror.

Neil Hansford, Vice President for operations, does not state further what those restrictions were. Instead, the airline "merely awaits the approval to sell all sectors without compromise", which is already in doubt considering the DOT recall of authority for Guam charter flights.

The airline's website however states that it is confident on the resumption of the service.

"services will be relaunched with new equipment as soon as regulators in all jurisdictions agree to the new aircraft fleet to be operated on their routes. Hopefully co-operation will be forthcoming with the 3 regulators involved" the airline statement said.

"Should satisfactory operating environments not be able to be negotiated PacificFlier will consider changing its route network or the level of planned rotations to some ports". the statement adds.

Pacific Flier started its Koror-Clark route in April. The following months it commenced services to Brisbane, Australia and just recently on Guam.

The airline operates a single aircraft, Airbus A310-300 (CS-TEI) with 18 business and 176 economy passenger seats, leased from Hi Fly-Transportes Aereos, S.A registered in Portugal.

To stay afloat, the company has been operating mostly cargo flights to Manila- Clark to reduce operating losses and has cancelled some flights in the past months due to poor passenger and cargo loads. But its cost saving measure was still not enough to save the airline from economic collapse due to regulatory issues.

The airline initially flew three times a week to Koror from Clark but later on was reduced to two times a week until the suspension announcements.
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Old August 17th, 2010, 04:55 AM   #683
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A chartered Air Transport International plane flying from Tokyo to Singapore airport made an emergency landing at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) yesterday on a reported fire to its cargo compartment.

The Douglas DC-8-70 combi plane with registration number N721CX was carrying 21 passengers and was flying over Philippine airspace when the crew reported a fire alarm in the cargo hold.


The airport's Fire Department however found no trace of smoke or burning heat inside the plane after the aircraft landed safely according to Manila International Airport Authority general manager Jose Honrado.

Honrado said the control tower received the distress call at 8:50 a.m. from the pilot, Capt. Michael Martino requesting permission to land at NAIA on account of the purported emergency.

The aircraft landed safely at NAIA around 9:15 a.m without incident and taxied on its own power before it docked at Naia Terminal 1 remote parking bay where the passengers disembarked.

Inspection was thereafter conducted by fire experts inside the cargo bay but found no indications of fire in any of the airplane’s sensitive parts.

Meanwhile its passengers waited at terminal 1 before the aircraft was cleared to fly again and was directed to dock at Boarding Gate 17.

The U.S. registered aircraft was cleared safe by NAIA authorities around 1 p.m. and the plane took off at runway 06 around 2:05 in the afternoon
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Old August 18th, 2010, 03:41 PM   #689
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The interior loos so back dated. Even worse then Garuda Indonesia.
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Old August 19th, 2010, 03:26 AM   #690
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I think PAL already upgraded the business class seat on their newly B773ER.

The same with Garuda on most of their fleet. Here is Garuda New executive class TR

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PAL has its problems. I've always FELT that its Lucio Tan's fault. But for my travels abroad, I still prefer the warm ambiance that PAL offers. I still prefer to be surrounded by the friendly and beautiful Filipina FA's.
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Old August 19th, 2010, 01:04 PM   #692
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The interior loos so back dated. Even worse then Garuda Indonesia.
That's because the photograph IS dated. The last 747-400 of PAL has been refurbished. So, all 747s and 777s of PAL now have the new Recaro seats. I'm not sure of the Airbus aircraft of PAL if they have finished refurbishing all their seats.
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Old August 19th, 2010, 04:07 PM   #693
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Actually, only four of the five 747s have been refurbished. RP-C8168, which is leased, has not been refurbished. The new Mabuhay Class cabin looks like this:





The A340s never underwent the refurbishment due to PAL's financial troubles.
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That's because the photograph IS dated. The last 747-400 of PAL has been refurbished. So, all 747s and 777s of PAL now have the new Recaro seats. I'm not sure of the Airbus aircraft of PAL if they have finished refurbishing all their seats.
Any pictures of the referbished aircrafts?? Thinking of flying Singapore to Honolulu via Manila. What aircraft is used on these routes?
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Look up.

In addition, the new 747 Fiesta Class seats look like this:







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Anyway, to answer your question:

*SIN-MNL usually uses A320s, though A330s are sometimes used (MNL-SIN-CGK). During peak season, bigger planes (like A340s) are also used.
*MNL-HNL usually uses A340s, though A330s may sometimes also be used.
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PHILIPPINE Airlines (PAL) said it failed to arrive at a “mutually acceptable solution” to its labor problem involving the Flight Attendants and Stewards Association (Fasap) after a meeting on Tuesday morning.

In a statement, the air carrier said it maintained its P80-million offer to the cabin-crew union, saying the company cannot give more due to its current financial difficulties. Fasap declined the offer.

Fasap withdrew from the negotiations and said it is set to conduct a massive strike within a month after the PAL management refused to address the issue on the retirement age being raised by the association. The two sides have held more than 10 meetings before the National Conciliation and Mediation Board (NCMB) of the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE).

“Officially, we have withdrawn from the talks because, as of this morning [Tuesday], the management did not want to address the number-one issue on retirement age. We already left because we felt nothing would happen anymore,” Fasap vice president Andy Ortega said partly in Filipino in a phone interview.

He said Fasap officers and members are set to meet this week to decide on when they are going to conduct the strike.

Meanwhile, Malacañang said on Tuesday it does not have to step into the PAL labor row for now, even with the decision of the Fasap to file a notice of strike after talks with PAL management bogged down.

Asked if the development warrants Palace intervention, Secretary Ricky Carandang, head of the Presidential Communications Development and Strategic Planning Office, said in a text message that Labor Secretary Rosalinda Baldoz is “on top” of the situation.

“Secretary Baldoz is on top of it. Right now, it’s being handled on her level. [Transportation] Secretary [Jose] de Jesus is also involved,” Carandang said.

De Jesus said, “The Labor secretary is perfectly capable of handling this labor problem.”

On the planned strike, some PAL workers are worried that if it goes through, the future would be uncertain for them and their children. This was gathered during interviews with the workers, who requested not to be named so that they would not be ostracized by their colleagues.

Some of the rank-and-file workers and cabin crews of PAL appear split in the middle over calls by their respective union leaders to strike in case of a deadlock in their negotiations with the airline management.

The management offer was unaccompanied by nonmonetary benefits because it is insistent on limiting talks to the economic aspect of the collective bargaining agreement (CBA) talks. The present CBA ends this year.

Under the present CBA, all flight attendants hired before November 1996 would be retired once they reach 60 years for men and 55 years for women. Those hired from 1996 and beyond will be retired at age 45 for both men and women. Those hired after November 2000 will all be retired by the age of 40.

PAL wants the early-retirement issue to be discussed during the CBA for 2010 to 2015. It’s not until 2018 when the early-retirement provision will affect any cabin crew.

On the early-retirement age issue, PAL lawyers said the company should not take the blame for a CBA provision that Fasap leaders in the past had approved. Officers of the cabin-crew union signed the CBA containing the provision setting an early retirement age not only once but three times in the past, airline lawyers noted.

“They were not forced. They signed it voluntarily.”  

However, Ortega explained: “We were forced to sign the 1996 CBA agreement because we have no choice but to sign the agreement, or else our family will get hungry.”

He said they realized that it was a wrong move for them to agree with the issue on forced early retirement, since there are so many PAL employees who are affected. 

On the fears of some union members about the collateral effects of a strike, Jaime Bautista, PAL president and COO, said the Labor department would mediate if negotiations fell through.

The unnamed workers said they represent a large but silent majority who want the labor problems to be resolved peacefully for the sake of their jobs, their families and the interest of the riding public.

Luzviminda (not her real name), a flight attendant for almost three years, said strike threats are sowing panic among travelers.

“I respect our union leaders. I know they have our best interests at heart. However, I’m sure a lot of my coworkers are afraid of what could happen if they make good their threat to strike. What if PAL closes? What will happen to our families and to breadwinners like me?”

Customer service and sales agents share the same concern.

“In our view, the majority do not want a repeat of the 1998 mess that led PAL to shut down. At my age, it will be very difficult to look for a job should the company closes,” said a ramp agent.

He added that both Fasap and PAL Employees Association (Palea) leaders make repeated threats to go on strike but do not file any notice of strike as required by law.

“Their agitation is alarming and worrisome to us workers and even among travelers. Even the leftist activists who are not involved in the issue are weighing in.”  

Even if the strike does not materialize, he said much damage has already been done since passengers are afraid of booking their flights with PAL, not sure what will happen. “When we fight among ourselves, we make the competition very happy.”  

But more than losing to the competition, the workers expressed common concern over the possible closing down of PAL.

“We, more than ever, will lose our retirement pay and other benefits,” said a ticket agent.

Meetings are also being held with Palea regarding the ground crew union’s opposition to the airline’s planned spin-off of three noncore units: catering, groundhandling and call-center reservations.

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Two injured as PAL plane lands at highway in Kalibo

KALIBO, Aklan – A Philippine Airlines (PAL) plane missed the runway while landing on the Kalibo International Airport (KIA) Tuesday.

Flight 321 instead made landing on the adjacent highway, according to Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP)-Kalibo officer-on-duty Alfredo Nebiar.


Nebiar said the incident, which damaged the airport’s wooden perimeter fence, highway shoulder and marker, happened at around 9:49 Tuesday morning.
Two persons who were traversing the highway on-board a tricycle when the accident happened were burned by hot emissions from the plane’s engines.

The unidentified victims are now admitted at the Dr. Rafael S. Tumbukon Memorial Hospital (DRSTMH) here.

Meanwhile, the pilot of the plane decided to fly back to Manila and landed safely there.

Nebiar said that despite the incident, the operation at the KIA remains normal. (PNA) .
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PAL urges gov't to implement "fair" open skies policy
(philstar.com) Updated August 19, 2010 10:01 PM


MANILA, Philippines (Xinhua) -- Embattled flag carrier Philippine Airlines (PAL) cautioned against the liberalization of air rights, better known as the open skies policy, as the country's current infrastructure may not be able to handle increased air traffic, according to the PAL's statement today."


Let's make it clear: PAL is not against open skies. We just want it to be fair, reciprocal and its implementation should be phased-in and calibrated," PAL President Jaime J. Bautista said in the statement.

Bautista is reacting to President Benigno S. Aquino III's statement Wednesday, saying that the government is studying the implementation of the open skies policy, which will allow more flights to enter the country thus raising tourism receipts. Aquino 's statement was issued at a time that PAL is being hounded by labor issues, forcing it to cancel some flights.

But Bautista said the open skies policy should be viewed in the context of "available infrastructure like the Ninoy Aquino International Airport's (NAIA) congested single runway, overburdened terminals and the country's negative image as a tourist destination."

As he welcomed calls for more relaxed access to the Philippines, he said all airlines with existing capacity rights to Clark, Cebu, Davao and other areas should be encouraged to mount more flights to these areas to decongest Manila and promote nationwide tourism.

The Philippines has already signed an open skies deal with members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), but the current deal covers major airports only. In the Philippine case, only the Manila-based NAIA is covered.

President Aquino also said that the unresolved dispute between the PAL management and the 1,600 members of the Flight Attendants and Stewards Association of the Philippines (FASAP) may hasten the country's adoption of open skies policy, especially if the interest of the riding public is at stake.

"The President's pronouncement is a wake-up call for both PAL management and its cabin crew union to immediately solve the CBA (collective bargaining agreement) impasse. We hear the President's call that we must find solutions to avoid any inconvenience to the riding public," Bautista said.

"More than anyone else, PAL wants to put closure to its 2005-2010 CBA with its cabin crew. But like any negotiated CBA, it must take into consideration not only the union's demands but the airline's capacity to pay and meet those demands. It's give and take," he said.

He added that non-economic benefits such as the retirement age and other peripheral issues can be discussed in the next round of CBA talks which PAL management and FASAP "can immediately begin."

FASAP, however, insisted that all the issues, particularly the retirement age, should be resolved immediately.
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MANILA, Aug. 20 (PNA)-- The country's domestic air travel grew by double digits in the first half of the year, mostly because of the airlines' aggressive promo, the Civil Aeronautical Board (CAB) said.

Data from the CAB show that domestic air passengers rose to 8.39 million in the first six months this year, up 10.5 percent from 7.59 million a year ago.

The industry’s domestic load factor, or the number of seats occupied during a flight, was down to 77.2 percent from January to June compared to 81 percent last year.

“The airlines’ promo fares and the additional routes boosted the air travel market in the first half,” Carmelo Arcilla, CAB's executive director said.

For the full year, Arcilla projected a 10 percent growth in domestic air travel.

Cebu Pacific remained the leading domestic airline during the first six months this year as it carried 4.09 million passengers, 13.29 percent higher than last year’s 3.61 million. Its load factor jump to 85 percent from 81 percent last year.

The Gokongwei-owned budget carrier was followed by Philippine Airlines, which carried 2.88 million passengers, or 10.28 percent lower than the 3.21 million flown a year ago.

The Lucio Tan-owned airline's load factor remained unchanged at 80 percent.

Passengers carried by Air Philippines rose by 162.62 percent to 667,666 in the first six months from 254,244 passengers in the same period last year.

Southeast Asian Airlines (SEAIR) also recorded an increase in passengers flown at 132,416 from last year's 63,132.

Zest Airway's carried a total 616,058 passengers from January to June, up by 42.09 percent over last year's 433,576 passengers.

CAB data also showed that air cargo rose by 37.38 percent to 83.65 million kilograms from 60.88 million in the same six-month period last year.

Of the total, PAL carried 33.90 kilograms; AirPhil, 1.48 million kgs; Cebu Pacific, 42.03 million kgs; SEAIR, 150,442 kgs and Pacific East Asia Cargo, 549,979 kgs.
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