PAL plans Mactan airport international flights
As the Terminal 2 of Mactan Cebu International Airport (MCIA) nears completion, Philippine Airlines (PAL) is already planning international flights to and from one of the major hubs in the country. The country’s flag carrier is eyeing at least seven international flights to different Asian cities, including Bangkok, Beijing, Osaka, and Seoul. The new terminal features seven state-of-the-art passenger boarding bridges that can be expanded to 12. Domestic flights will continue to operate out of Terminal 1 of the airport.
Larsian to be renovated
Larsian, a barbecue food strip which has become one of the most iconic places in Cebu, is set to be renovated in June or July this year. It has become one of the landmarks of the city and is frequented by both locals and visitors alike. The rehabilitation will focus on expanding the stalls and building a parking space for customers. It will also deal with the sanitation problem that has hounded the place for some time already. Training and seminars will also be provided to tenants, stall owners, and workers of Larsian.