Foreign tourists ban stays

August 07, 2020
“However, dependents of Filipinos and children of foreigners who have special needs may enter the country, regardless of age,” the bureau said. It also reiterated that only foreigners, overseas Filipino workers (OFWs), and Filipinos who are permanent residents or students abroad are permitted to leave the country. 

MIAAA opens COVID-19 hotline

“The government is making efforts to lessen the unwanted impact of the pandemic in our economy.  Being a vital part of the aviation industry, airport must keep its operations going.  Our employees are essential to our operations and the best we can do is give them a safe workplace,” said MIAA General Manager Ed Monreal.

Budget airline poised to cut jobs

"Bunsod nga nitong challenges brought about by COVID-19, partikular sa mga airlines, it is now necessary for us para i-review, i-review at tignan nang maigi ang entire business ng Cebu Pacific, and resources niya and really transform the airline para i-meet 'yung future market conditions," she said .

Commercial flights

CAAP spokesman Eric Apolonio yesterday said the 18 airports in the country are Romblon Airport, Naga Airport, Manila Internatiional Airport, Clark International Airport, Languindingan Airport, Dipolog Airport, Pagadian Airport, Masbate Airport, Mactan-Cebu Internaional Airport, Cotobato Airport, Zamboanga Airport, Davao International Airport, General Santos Airport, Puerto Princesa International Airport, Tacloban Airport, Legaspi Airport, Catarman Airport and Ozamiz Airport.