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AirAsia bullish on Philippine air travel growth potential

Malaysia’s budget airline AirAsia is gearing up for a re-fleeting program in 2016, hedging on the potential of the Philippine market. Chairman Tony Fernandes...
Philippines, Myanmar reach air agreement

The Philippines and Myanmar sealed a new air agreement last week that the two countries hope will help to boost tourism and trade. According...
Philippine president says sorry for ‘world’s worst airport’

Philippine President Benigno Aquino publicly apologised on April 16 for failures in air conditioning at Manila airport, already named by an online travel guide...
San Miguel Corp wants to build $10b Manila airport

San Miguel Corp, the Philippines' largest business conglomerate, is planning to present a proposal to the government soon to build a $10 billion airport...
Philippines plans to upgrade 12 airports

The Philippine government plans to upgrade 12 airports, including Manila's dilapidated main international airport, as it seeks to attract 10 million foreign tourists by...
Six new PPP projects planned in the Philippines

The Philippine government expects to roll out six more public-private partnership (PPP) projects this year, Interaksyon reported. PPP Center executive director Cosette Canilao said...
Disaster in the Philippines: Japan never forgets

“We will never forget what the Philippines did for us in 2011,” said Kenzo Iwakami of the Japanese International Cooperation Agency (Jica), the team...
Filipinos make fun of devastating floods

The floods that have been inundating Metro Manila and parts of Luzon island over the past days were tragic for many, but some Filipinos...
Half of Manila under water, airport shut down

A second day of heavy rain in Manila and the island of Luzon caused the floods in the Philippine capital to worsen. Half of...
Floods shut down public life, stock market in Manila

Heavy floods caused by tropical storm Trami that hit the Philippine capital of Manila on August 19 led to a closure of schools, government...
AirAsia comes to the rescue of stranded Zest passengers

AirAsia, the majority owner of grounded Philippine carrier Zest Airways, dispatched two flights on August 18 to rescue over 100 stranded Malaysia bound passengers. Zest...
Philippines’ Zest Air not ‘airworthy’ any more

The Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) has suspended operations of budget carrier Zest Air due to a series of safety breaches, including...
Ten reasons the Philippines won’t shrug off its laggard label

It has been called the “new economic dragon,” a far cry from the hitherto ignominious reputation the country once commonly conjured up. Long one...
The Philippines’ overdue make-over

The Philippines does indeed come off as a gritty girl who rushed herself out of bed in the morning, especially to visitors who get their first impression when arriving at Manila airport, Justin Calderon feels.
Infrastructure woes hinder Manila gaming

One of the big challenges for the growing gaming industry in Manila is airport infrastructure. Basic upgrades are necessary to adequately shuttle tourists to the enormous new gaming complexes opening in the city.
AirAsia buys into Philippine competitor

The Philippine subsidiary of AirAsia, the region's largest low-cost airline, has signed a deal to buy 49 per cent of Manila-based Zest Airways and...
Aseana City

The massive development of Aseana City, a flagship residential and office development on the outskirts of Manila is expected to attract $3 billion of...