PAL adds new flights to tourists spots
Major airline companies anticipate a slow down on tourism now that Boracay, one of the most sought-after destinations in the country, will be closed for six months. To compensate, Philippine Airlines (PAL) announced that they will be increasing their flights to other tourist spots in the country such as Siargao, Coron, Camiguin, and Butuan. Under the plan, PAL will also prioritize their new hubs in Davao, Cebu, and Clark by increasing flights to the said areas .
NAIA prepares for summer
The Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) is now ready for summer vacationers. In a press release, they announced that they have taken the necessary precautions to ensure that they are well-equipped in accommodating customers this season. Besides having the capacity to assist the expected influx of customers, they also repaired defective coils and installed stand-alone air conditioner units at NAIA Terminal 3. 
Cebu Pacific secures IATA accreditation
Meanwhile, Cebu Pacific
secured an International Air Transport Association (IATA) operational safety accreditation after fully complying with the Operational Safety Audit. IATA’s accreditation is considered as one of the highest standards for safety in the airline industry .