CEB lightning shelters
(left) CEB’s chief marketing and customer experience officer Candice Iyog and Lei Apostol, CEB Vice President for Customer Service Operations, explain to the media the purpose of the lightning shelters at the NAIA 3, as shown on the other photo. (JERRY S. TAN)

CEB to install five lightning shelters at NAIA

IN an effort to further strengthen its operational resiliency and ensure the safety of passengers and airport ground personnel in the event of a Red

Cebu Pacific and Down Syndrome Association of the Philippines, Inc. officials sign a memorandum of agreement (MOA) as a commitment to inclusive air travel. In photo (from left to right) are Elmer F. Lapena, DSAPI Chairman; Candice A. Iyog, CEB Chief Marketing and Customer Experience Officer; and Luis M. Harder, DSAPI President. (JERRY S. TAN)

CEB enters MOA to support people with Down Syndrome

TO enhance awareness and support for people with Down syndrome, Cebu Pacific (CEB) has struck a partnership with the Down Syndrome Association of the Philippines,

AirAsia on Holy Week break
AirAsia CEO Ricky Isla, NAIA Terminal 2 Manager Sean Sunga and AirAsia Head of Communications First Office Steve Dailisan checkbon guests who will be flying to the provinces for the Holy Week break.
Travel and Leisure

AirAsia gears up for 100K passsengers for Holy Week rush, conducts fire drill

Gearing up to welcome an estimated 100,000 guests traveling to destinations outside Metro Manila, the AirAsia Philippines announced its readiness and demonstrated its expertise in