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No such thing as free parking—even for car theft victim

Almost two years after Mario Mañacap’s sport utility vehicle (SUV) got stolen, he finally got it back. It was found abandoned at the parking lot of Ninoy Aquino International Airport (Naia) Terminal 2. But before he could take it home, Mañacap had to pay P7,200 in parking fees, an amount he gladly settled for the […]

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Walkalator bridge between  Naia 3, Newport seen to ease traffic congestion

A pedestrian bridge with walkalators linking the Ninoy Aquino International Airport’s Terminal 3 to Newport City complex in Pasay City is set to be opened to the public in April. The Department of Public Works and Highways on Thursday said the P1.9-billion, 220-meter “RunWay Manila” was nearing completion after construction started last year. “The country’s […]

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Toll road opening eases trip to Naia

Access to Manila’s Ninoy Aquino International Airport (Naia) just got a little easier. Conglomerate San Miguel Corp. (SMC) opened on Thursday the initial section of a toll road seeking to cut the notorious congestion around the Naia complex, the country’s busiest air gateway. Starting on Thursday, motorists were allowed to use the portion of the […]

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Transport chief vows train line to Clark

The Department of Transportation vowed to build a passenger train line linking Metro Manila and the Clark freeport zone in Pampanga, where the alternative gateway Clark International Airport is located. The plan, among the campaign promises of President Duterte, forms part of a massive effort to increase connectivity and cut road and air congestion via […]

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Regular cabs can pick up Naia arrivals

STARTING Monday, regular white taxis will be allowed to pick up passengers from Ninoy Aquino International Airport (Naia). Newly installed Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) general manager Ed Monreal said the move aims to offer more rides for around 50,000 daily arrivals at Naia. Last year, MIAA allowed unaccredited or regular taxis to pick up […]

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MIAA to fliers: No big sendoff, welcome groups, please

WHILE the Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) is preparing for the expected influx of passengers at the country’s premier airport for the Holy Week break, it asked travelers to do their part, including avoiding coming to the airport with a huge sendoff or welcoming party. Over the weekend, the MIAA started over the weekend its […]

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Grab, Uber may soon be at NAIA

THE LONGTIME ban on online ridesharing platforms at Manila’s Ninoy Aquino International Airport is soon ending. Apparently, Singapore’s Grab has come to an agreement with airport authorities that will allow people to book a driver from Naia. A final schedule is still being worked out for the actual event to launch Grab’s terminals. We’ve heard […]

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Only 1,500 taxi cabs for 10,000 tourists arriving in PH daily

THE NINOY Aquino International Airport (Naia) has only 1,500 accredited taxis for around 10,000 tourists who arrive in the country daily and need a ride to get to their next destination. This was among the findings of the Senate committee on tourism chaired by Sen. Juan Edgardo Angara which looked into the plight of local […]

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Taxi tagged in ‘tanim-bala’ case loses franchise

MANILA, Philippines — A taxi driver implicated in the tanim-bala (bullet-planting) extortion scheme denied the allegation on Wednesday, but the investigation of a complaint against him still led to the cancellation of his taxicab’s franchise. Due to the complaint, the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) “scrutinized the franchise documents” and confirmed during Wednesday’s […]

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Uber, GrabCar, other TNCs welcome to operate at Naia

The Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) is open to allowing transport network companies (TNCs), including Uber and GrabCar, to operate in the country’s premier airport as long as they seek accreditation. According to MIAA, all public utility vehicles at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (Naia) underwent accreditation before they were allowed to operate. It added […]

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Dec 13, 2017

While the 45th Tokyo Motor Show is long over, many of us who visited still feel nostalgic and excited