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Old October 1st, 2012, 12:15 PM   #1001
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Yes, that is true.
Hah. It has been reported already a while back, first seen on Airline Route in July to Taiwanese travel agents. Maybe KLM saved the rest for MNL later. The next question would be: when will the laws abolishing the Common Carriers Tax and Gross Philippine Billings Tax be passed?
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I thought KLM wanted to axe MNL not long ago?
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Old October 1st, 2012, 04:15 PM   #1003
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Aussie airline set to start charter flights to Cebu

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CEBU CITY—The province’s tourism trade will get a shot in the arm once Wild Orchid Airlines of Australia begins direct charter flights on December 15.

The airline will operate the Darwin-Cebu route. Darwin’s proximity to Asia is the primary reason behind the charter flights, Wild Orchid’s director for global operations David Fleming told the Inquirer.

Darwin, part of Australia’s Northern Territory, is three and a half hours from Cebu, which is considered one of the Philippines’ popular tourist destinations.

Fleming explained that Wild Orchid Airlines would offer direct charter flights based on peak demand.

The charter flights will operate for 20 Saturdays starting December 15. The weekly service is scheduled to run until Dec. 28, 2013.

To service the Darwin-Cebu route, the airline has hired a Boeing 737 and crew from Qantas, Australia’s flag carrier. It offers full-service economy and business-class accommodations.

The direct charter flights will depart from Darwin at 1 p.m. every Saturday. It will leave Cebu at 4:35 p.m.

The airline also boasts of a catered flight with generous baggage allowance of 20 kilograms for economy guests and 30 kilograms for business class.
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Old October 1st, 2012, 06:02 PM   #1004
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I thought KLM wanted to axe MNL not long ago?
Supposedly due to two obnoxiously high airline taxes. KLM though chose to stay uninterrupted and continue to provide service (already 60 years of doing AMS-MNL in fact), but this time, they currently route it via TPE until the PH government stops charging the ridiculous tax... and see the operating costs go down... to make the trip nonstop again.
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Old October 2nd, 2012, 04:20 AM   #1005
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Not quite. I'm not so sure if abolition of the said taxes will lead to KL reinstating non-stop flights. They've been suffering from the likes of EK too. (This is why I was very suspicious about this move from the very beginning: they promise they will reinstate non-stop flights, but what guarantees do we have? The tax issue might as well be a scapegoat for something bigger.)
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Old October 2nd, 2012, 06:00 AM   #1006
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Not quite. I'm not so sure if abolition of the said taxes will lead to KL reinstating non-stop flights. They've been suffering from the likes of EK too. (This is why I was very suspicious about this move from the very beginning: they promise they will reinstate non-stop flights, but what guarantees do we have? The tax issue might as well be a scapegoat for something bigger.)
Hmmm I don't know. Probably it's because they have given up on the government to make solid steps to make the country accessible to more foreign airlines to help in bringing the PH tourism goal to 10 million arrivals in 2016. So it's not only KLM pressuring Aquino, DOTC, and CAAP to ax the taxes: Cathay Pacific, United Airlines, the European Chamber of Commerce in the Philippines, and the American Chamber of Commerce all are appealing to the government to scrap the taxes immediately to bring in more tourism dollars which would generate more revenue for the country.

And by the way, EK seems to be in good shape, in that the airline will operate a third daily MNL-DXB rotation starting New Year's Day from Dubai.

EK 336: 18:30 DXB - MNL 06:30 (+1)
EK 337: 08:45 MNL - DXB 13:50 - eff. Jan. 2, 2013

It will be operated with a 2-class Boeing 777-300ER
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Old October 9th, 2012, 05:00 PM   #1007
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PNoy leads grand opening of B/E Aerospace, Inc

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TANAUAN CITY, Batangas, Oct. 3 (PIA) -- President Benigno S. Aquino III led today led the grand opening of the B/E Aerospace, Inc. Philippine Facility located at First Philippine Industrial Park (FPIP), Barangay Ulango, this city.

B/E Aerospace is the worldwide leading manufacturer of aircraft passenger cabin interior products for the commercial and business jet aircraft markets and also the leading global distributor of aerospace fasteners.

A British company, it has an investment of almost P2 billion in the country and leading worldwide market shares in all of its major product lines and serves virtually all of the world’s airlines, aircraft manufacturers and leasing companies through its direct global sales and customer support organizations.
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Old October 13th, 2012, 08:04 PM   #1008
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Sorry for a late post, but good news:

- PR will increase its CGK operation from 5x weekly to daily from 28 October (source)

PR535 MNL2105 – 2359CGK 320 D
PR536 CGK0055 – 0555MNL 320 D

- MH will increase KUL-MNL operation from 3x daily to 25x weekly from 15 November (source)

MH806 KUL1620 – 2010MNL 738 x157
MH807 MNL2110 – 0055+1KUL 738 x157
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Old October 15th, 2012, 05:18 PM   #1009
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Old October 15th, 2012, 06:07 PM   #1010
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Laoag Airport sure looks pretty decent for an international airport. And oh, look: the windmills!
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Old October 15th, 2012, 06:10 PM   #1011
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This airport looks incredible!!!... I like it
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Old October 22nd, 2012, 05:47 PM   #1012
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What I like about it, even though it's not that big, is that its architecture respects the local architectural style of the city, which gives the airport terminal a unique sense of place and character.

PAL flies non-stop to Toronto Nov. 30

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Philippine Airlines will launch a pioneering service between Manila and Toronto on Nov. 30, 2012, giving the flag carrier a direct link to Canada’s largest city and its first gateway on the vital East Coast of North America in 15 years.

The new service will trigger a revamp of PAL’s Canadian operation. From Nov. 30, the current daily service between Manila and Vancouver, British Columbia, on Canada’s West Coast, will be revised to four times weekly from Manila to Vancouver alternating with a three-times-weekly non-stop from Manila to Toronto.

On the return journey, Vancouver-Manila will have a dedicated product four times weekly along with a shared service from Toronto three times weekly. Toronto-Manila, therefore, will be a one-stop service via Vancouver.

The Toronto service (PR 118) departs Manila every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 3:00 p.m. Arrival at Terminal 3 of Toronto Pearson International Airport is at 5:00 p.m. on the same days.

The return flight (PR 119) departs Toronto every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 7:35 p.m., stopping in Vancouver at 9:30 p.m. The service continues on to Manila at 11:30 p.m. and arrives at Terminal 2 of Ninoy Aquino International Airport at 5:45 a.m. two calendar days later.

PAL will field its brand-new, long-range flagship, the Boeing 777-300ER, which seats 42 in Mabuhay Class (business) and 328 in Fiesta Class (economy), on the 17-hour, non-stop flight to Toronto.

On board, passengers can expect to be pampered with PAL’s signature inflight service, which features plush, well-appointed Recaro seats that recline to a lie-flat angle in Mabuhay Class; a fully digital inflight
entertainment system with audio-video on demand (AVOD) capability; and gourmet cuisine from top international guest chefs.


While PAL is no stranger to Canada – it first flew to Vancouver 16 years ago, in September 1996 – the flag carrier will be breaking new ground with the Toronto service.

The Ontario capital will be PAL’s first foray to the East Coast of North America, the industrial and commercial heartland of the continent, since halting its service between Manila, Vancouver and Newark, New Jersey in September 1997.

Toronto becomes PAL’s 27th international destination and 46th overall.
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Philippine Airlines will begin daily flights to Riyadh on March 31, followed by Jeddah in May 19, and Dammam in July 20

October 17, 2012

After almost two year hiatus, Philippine Airlines (PAL) will return to Saudi Arabia, but this time with brand new aircraft to boot and plenty of new planes to spare.
In a disclosure to the Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB), PAL said that it will begin daily flights to Riyadh in Saudi Arabia on March 31, followed by Jeddah in May 19, and Dammam on July 20, all in 2013.
The airline has said that it will be receiving 8 brand new Airbus A330-300 aircraft next year for Australia, and Middle East flights. Serving daily flights to the middle east require at least two aircraft for a given route.
PAL stopped its flight to Saudi Arabia in April 2, 2011 after the airline was allowed By Saudi Arabia's Transport Ministry to fly only three (3) specific aircraft registries, one particular Boeing 747 and two Airbus 330s.
The airline said restrictions on what plane PAL can use for the route have restrained its flexibility in operating the Manila-Riyadh service as they cannot operate other aircraft registries. This time PAL intends to register all eight A330's that will be delivered next year to service Saudi Arabia alone.
The flag carrier also notified CAB that it is continuing its code share relationships with partner airlines for destinations in Dubai and Abu Dhabi in UAE, Manama in Bahrain, and Doha in Qatar.
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The Philippines’ largest national flag carrier, Cebu Pacific Air (PSE:CEB) announced that its aircraft fleet is now 40-strong, with more coming until 2021.



Its newest Airbus A320 was delivered from Toulouse, France and touched down in Manila last October 18, 2012. CEB is the only airline in the Philippines with its fleet acquired 100% brand-new, making it one of the youngest and most modern aircraft fleets in Asia.

This is CEB’s 22nd Airbus A320. CEB’s fleet is now also composed of 10 Airbus A319 and 8 ATR 72-500 aircraft. One more Airbus A320 will be delivered in November 2012.

“CEB will end 2012 with 41 aircraft, the largest aircraft fleet in the Philippines. CEB passengers will continue to benefit from the airline’s newest and fuel-efficient aircraft, as we open new domestic and international routes this year,” said CEB VP for Marketing and Distribution Candice Iyog.

CEB recently launched thrice weekly Zamboanga – Cagayan de Oro flights last October 20, 2012, using an Airbus A319 aircraft. “This will make travel more convenient to our passengers in Mindanao, who can now take a 1 hour and 10 minute flight between Zamboanga and Cagayan de Oro, instead of a 12 to 14 hour bus ride,” she added.

It will launch three more domestic routes in October, and four more international routes in November and December. These international routes are: Iloilo-Hong Kong, Iloilo-Singapore, Cebu-Kuala Lumpur and Cebu-Bangkok.

For bookings and inquiries, guests can go to www.cebupacificair.com, or call the reservation hotlines (02) 7020-888 or (032) 230-8888. The latest seat sales can also be found on CEB’s official Twitter and Facebook pages.

In its 16th year of operations, CEB had flown over 65 million passengers. It provides access to the most extensive network in the Philppines, with 32 domestic and 19 international destinations. The airline also remains a pioneer in the Philippine aviation industry by being the first to offer web check-in, self check-in, e-ticketing, and Lite Fares.

Between 2013 and 2021, CEB will take delivery of 19 more Airbus A320 and 30 Airbus A321neo aircraft orders. It is slated to begin long-haul services in the 3rd quarter of 2013, with the arrival of 4 Airbus A330 aircraft from 2013 to 2014.
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More aircraft for 5J means more seats, translating to more revenue indeed. Question though: will Cebu Pacific open even more routes to China, like Tianjin, Nanjing, Shantou, or even Hainan Island? Plus, will it open a route to Yangon as well?
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Inaugural flight from Iloilo to Hong Kong of budget carrier Cebu Pacific will be on November 8, while that between Iloilo and Singapore will be on November 9, according to Tourism regional director Helen Catalbas.

ILOILO CITY, Philippines—Civil aviation and tourism officials in Western Visayas are gearing up for the opening of direct international flights to and from the Iloilo international airport on November 8.

Tourism regional director Helen Catalbas said the inaugural flight from Iloilo to Hong Kong of budget carrier Cebu Pacific would be launched with a program at 6 p.m. on November 8, just hours before the 11:10 p.m. flight.

“We are all set and this will be a big boost for Iloilo and Western Visayas,” Catalbas told the Inquirer on Sunday.

Cebu Pacific’s flights between Iloilo and Singapore will commence on November 9. The Iloilo-Hong Kong flights will be twice weekly while the Iloilo-Singapore trips will be thrice weekly.

The inaugural flight from Hong Kong, which is scheduled to arrive in Iloilo at 4:45 a.m. on November 9, will be joined by the heads of 10 Filipino migrant worker organizations and Noel Servigon, the Philippine consul general in Hong Kong.

The maiden flight from Singapore, which will arrive in Iloilo at 6:10 a.m. on November 10, will be joined by representatives of 12 Singaporean travel agencies, according to Catalbas.

The start of direct international flights makes Iloilo the fifth Cebu Pacific hub following Manila, Cebu, Clark and Davao.

The Department of Tourism (DOT) on October 31 turned over six computer units to the Bureau of Immigration and Deportation that will be used for the scanning and verification of passports for international passengers.

The DOT has also put up a desk of the Tourism Infrastructure and Enterprise Zone Authority for the collection of the P1,620 travel tax for Filipino travelers.

Tourist arrivals in Western Visayas are expected to increase significantly with the opening of regular international flights along with regional flights earlier this year from the Iloilo airport.

Catalbas said a 15-percent increase in domestic and foreign tourists is expected this year compared to the 2.47 million tourist arrivals last year.

The P8.76-billion Iloilo airport in Cabatuan town opened in June 2007.
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More aircraft for 5J means more seats, translating to more revenue indeed. Question though: will Cebu Pacific open even more routes to China, like Tianjin, Nanjing, Shantou, or even Hainan Island? Plus, will it open a route to Yangon as well?
Maybe XMN, CAN, SZX and CTU in addition to their current flights to BJS and SHA. Not Hainan except in cases of charters.

Instead of RGN, we might see DPS and MDC in Indonesia. Or HKT in Thailand and PEN in Malaysia.
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hmmm... SZX could be a good choice as an alternative airport for HKG and CAN, CTU is not yet served, CKG can be revived from PAL's sudden exit after the Sichuan earthquake, SWA can be an interesting choice (so does FOC). How about Taichung in Taiwan or Okinawa?

As for Denpasar, Manado, Phuket, and Penang, those would be good destinations. I am looking for the day though that a Philippine carrier can travel to the Maldives.
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hmmm... SZX could be a good choice as an alternative airport for HKG and CAN, CTU is not yet served, CKG can be revived from PAL's sudden exit after the Sichuan earthquake, SWA can be an interesting choice (so does FOC). How about Taichung in Taiwan or Okinawa?

As for Denpasar, Manado, Phuket, and Penang, those would be good destinations. I am looking for the day though that a Philippine carrier can travel to the Maldives.
CTU was served by PAL in 2008 (before the earthquake and they offered $88 fares), 5J might be interested in serving this destination if they've managed to rebuild since then. Same with CKG.

RMQ is the logical choice after KHH, but I think 5J will go to KHH first after they have a significant presence in TPE.

With the numerous A320s that PR, 2P and 5J will be having, I am sure they can assign one of them to test out these new markets you are mentioning. The problem though is how sustainable the passenger traffic will be. Unless you have regular OFW traffic between those new destinations and MNL, you won't see much growth. And the business class market will most likely transit in HKG rather than fly direct from MNL if the flights operate at ungodly hours.
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