Today News! Manila, Philippines Aquino International Airport informed about new rules after open
During the month starting tomorrow, all incoming charter and commercial international flights to Manila will be able to land at Nina Aquino International Airport (NAIA) only on their designated days.
Charter international inbound flights are permitted only on Mondays and Thursdays, and incoming international commercial flights (scheduled) will only be permitted on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
For both charter and commercial flights, you must first obtain permission from the Department of Foreign Affairs and the Philippine Civil Aviation Authority (CAAP) for the provision of services.
In a pilot notification (NOTAM), CAAP said the restrictions would begin on May 11 and last until June 10 of this year.
CAAP spokesman Eric Apolonio also emphasized that only returning residents, Filipino passport holders, foreign dignitaries and diplomats can join inbound international flights.
Tourists also not provided arrived to country
Incoming international commercial flights would have to be approved by CAAP 48 hours before the scheduled departure from the airport of departure in order to determine the time intervals and to ensure that it subscribes to a limit of 400 passengers per day.
NOTAM does not apply to emergency flights, ferry / cargo flights, ambulance and medical flights, government / military flights, weather mitigation flights, maintenance flights and outbound ferry / cargo flights with passengers as permitted. These flights will remain unlimited.
The CAAP also said that restrictions would be imposed only at the NAIA and that other international airports in the country would have their own separate restrictions.