• MIAA to collect P68M from airlines


    MANILA International Airport Authority (MIAA) spokesman David de Castro said on Tuesday that at least four airline companies remain to have unpaid account amounting to P68,464,673.80 due for access passes to the Ninoy Aquino International Airport . De Castro said that it has made appropriate correspondence with airlines to settle their account-related concerns. He described them only as airlines A, B, C, and D that were given enough time to settle their dues until the end of February to avoid being prohibited from using the airport and its facilities. The Airline Operators Council (AOC), meanwhile, said that the MIAA has the right to demand payments from airlines that have unpaid billings “but not to coerce and intimidate them.” The AOC officials said they are studying to bring the case to court, which all started when the airlines concerned started questioning the MIAA about the slashing of access of some of its personnel from seasonal to daily passes.


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