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SECURITY at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) was tightened on Tuesday after militants attack Pakistan’s airport on Sunday. Manila International Airport Authority security chief Vicente Guerzon ordered the implementation of the “no ID, no entry” policy at all gates and entry points of the four NAIA terminals as well…

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FILIPINOS travelling to Hong Kong were advised not to bring banned items to avoid landing in jail. The Philippine Consulate in Hong Kong expressed concern on the increasing number of Filipinos arrested and convicted for possession of stunning devices. Stun guns and other devices such as tear gas, bullets, extendible…

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A FILIPINO-AMERICAN was arrested at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport terminal 1 after a Caliber .22 with five live ammunitions was disovered inside his luggage, Police Aviation Security Unit said on Wednesday. Wilfredo Manahguit Varilla, 56, was catching his early morning Delta Airlines flight to Japan on Tuesday when he…

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Sen. Ramon “Bong” Revilla Jr. is back. And he is bracing himself for a long and arduous legal battle. “I will never run away. We are ready anytime to defend ourselves in court,” Revilla said upon arrival on Sunday afternoon at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport with his wife, Cavite…

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A SPANISH national was arrested on Saturday for carrying an undetermined amount of marijuana at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport. Juan Carlos Sanchez Gonzales, 33, was about to board Philippine Airlines flight PR2863 when authorities arrested him at the NAIA terminal 2 final checkpoint. An airport security found cannabis wrapped…

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A technical team from the US Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) headed by Division Manager for Flight Standards Service John Barbagallo will arrive on Wednesday in Manila to validate results of an audit conducted by the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) that had sought to elevate the Philippines to…

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The Bureau of Customs on Tuesday were surprised to discover that items seized from passengers in the past years have been stolen. The items were stored in a cabinet at the arrival area of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) terminal 1. NAIA Customs District III Collector Edgar Macabeo said…

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PHILIPPINE Air Force (PAF) pilots will have the chance to train for FA-50 warplanes in South Korea as soon as negotiations between the two countries are completed this month. The training is part of the program in the contract, which the Philippine government is expected to finalize with the Korea…

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A Canadian who stayed in the country for over a year, was held for questioning at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport over the weekend. Jose Blumberger, 53, was about to leave when he was stopped by officials of the Bureau of Immigration (BI) from boarding a Japan Airlines flight after…

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Next time you travel by plane, be alert and watch your handcarried items or personal belongings to avoid falling prey to plane thieves. A Chinese national was flown back to China for stealing a bag on board a Philippine Airlines plane. Zhang Linhong, 42, was immediately boarded last week on…

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