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Solving NAIA’s long-standing problems

The basic problem of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) is one of capacity. On average, its two runways handled around 730 aircraft movements (take-offs and landings) a day in 2017. NAIA handled 42 million passengers that year, split between domestic and international sectors.

The provincial government of Albay is turning to various international agencies for assistance as it deals with almost 85,000 evacuees and a possible three-month-long emergency around Mayon Volcano.

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Are you able to function well if you don’t drink a cup of coffee in the morning? Do you feel sluggish or cranky when you have not had your doze of caffeine for the day? If that is the case, then you are a certified coffee addict.

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FOR the thousands who take the Metro Rail Transit (MRT) every day, despite the very great possibility that the train they take may just stop somewhere along the way, the news of Japan and the Philippines exchanging Notes Verbale for the rehabilitation and maintenance of MRT-3 was truly welcome.

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The Philippines and Japan have exchanged notes on major local infrastructure projects and an economic and social development program during the Association of Southeast Asian Nations Summit in Pasay City.

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AT the start of the “ber” months this year, the Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) advised motorists to plan their trips in the coming weeks and months leading to Christmas in December, so as to avoid adding to the traffic on Epifanio de los Santos Ave. (EDSA). Traffic is usually heavy at this time of the year because of sales held by giant malls, 16 which are along EDSA, the MMDA said.

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