Philippine Airlines said it has resumed cargo services in all its flights operating out of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 2.
In a statement, PAL president Jaime Bautista said the airline is now accepting cargo bookings for all international flights including wide-body domestic flights that operate out of Terminal 2.
"It's another concrete sign that PAL has turned the corner towards normalizing our operations after the transition phase of our outsourcing program," he said.
DOE eyeing LGU support
to stop informal gas retail
The Department of Energy will tap Local Government Units in the province to stop the informal retailing of petroleum products that usually comes in bottles of a soft drink brand, a Philippine Information Agency press release said.
DOE Visayan Field Office Director Antonio Labios said the practice called “bote-bote" is unfair to recognized dealers and retailers, and it is also dangerous.
Labios said this at the recent information, education and communication campaign of the agency held at the New Government Center, in Bacolod City, the press release said.
Leonardia invited to
biz confab awarding