The Philippines is still playing catch up with other countries in responding to the COVID-19 crisis because the government dragged its feet in containing the pandemic, Vice President Leni Robredo said Thursday (June 25).
Senator Richard Gordon has reiterated his call for the country’s transportation officials to open up the Subic Bay International Airport and divert flights of overseas Filipino workers there to facilitate their testing so they can…
The US modified a ban on Chinese commercial airlines Friday to allow two round-trip flights per week, matching the level permitted by Beijing and de-escalating somewhat a conflict between the countries.
Some foreign workers wishing to be repatriated from crisis-hit Lebanon will be able to do so from next week, security forces said Friday, after many saw their salaries slashed in recent months.
Department of Tourism (DOT) asking airlines to cut flights to Boracay
Majority of Politiko fans support the construction of a new international airport to avoid the repeat of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) runway mishap that caused the cancellation of hundreds of flights.
President Rodrigo Duterte has made no bones about his loathing for traveling, especially long haul flights, when he took his seat in Malacanang.