CAAP begins recruitment of air traffic controllers

November 15, 2019
CAAP’s Human Resource and Management Division (HRMD) has released the list of qualification and documentary requirements for the aspiring ATMOs, which includes: 1.) Natural Born citizen of the Philippines; Single; Not more than 26 years old as of January 18, 2020; Physically, mentally, and psychologically fit; Of good moral character; Has good command of English language; Has not been convicted of criminal administrative case; Has not been dishonorably separated from government or private service; Baccalaureate degree holder of any course; Computer literate; and With 20/20 vision, without corrective lenses, and not color blind.

Pinay from Cambodia with P40M shabu arrested

November 08, 2019
AN arriving Filipina passenger was arrested by agents of the Bureau of Customs for attempting to smuggle in six kilos of crystallized substance believed to be Methamphetamine Hydrochloride or shabu with an estimated street value of P40.8 million early yesterday morning at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport.

Sino passports stamped again

November 06, 2019
The practice of stamping Chinese passports was stopped by the BI in 2012 at the height of the country’s territorial dispute with China in the West Philippine Sea. This follows the move then of the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) to place Philippine Visas of Chinese nationals on a separate sheet of paper.

Lingayen airport resumes operations

November 02, 2019
Another cause of the airport closure is the traditional practice of Lingayen locals of flying kites at the cemetery during All Saints’ Day. The practice has been traditionally observed for decades with the belief that kite flying is a tool to communicate with the dead and a vehicle for the departed souls to reach heaven.