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Boeing rolls out safety feature for 737 Max previously sold as option

New york (AFP) – Boeing’s 737 Max aircraft will be outfitted with a warning light for malfunctions in the anti-stall system suspected in October’s fatal crash in Indonesia, an industry source told AFP, standardizing a feature previously sold as an optional extra.

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Marina to support Cebu sea jeepney proposal

A young entrepreneur-led shipping company recently launched its MyBoat coastal routes at the Naga Baywalk, right beside the Philippine Coast Guard-Naga City substation.

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PAL revises NAIA flight assignments

Beginning March 31, 2019, Philippine Airlines (PAL) flights to and from New York (JFK), Auckland (New Zealand), Hanoi (Vietnam) and Phnom Penh (Cambodia) will use NAIA Terminal 1 for both departures and arrivals.

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MacroAsia takes over PAL contracts

MacroAsia Corporation has taken over Philippine Airlines’ ground-handling and airline catering contracts from Manny Osmeña’s Sky Logistics and Sky Kitchen, respectively.

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E-vehicles’ roadmap proposed

Although the Department of Energy has been promoting the use of electric vehicles (EV), Senator Win Gatchalian says it has produced only a few policy instruments to support the growth of EVs in the country.

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PAL refleeting to support search for new destinations

Philippine Airlines (PAL) is looking at buying more airplanes to be able to fly to more destinations out of Asia.

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PAL’s system upgrade a success

Philippine Airlines has successfully upgraded its passenger service system.

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PAL system upgrade to benefit passengers

Philippine Airlines (PAL) will upgrade to a more advanced passenger service system powered by next-generation technology next month, as part of a total transformation towards becoming a 5-Star airline.

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PAL expands with new Asian routes, increased flights 

Opens new routes to New Delhi, Hanoi & Phnom Penh in H1 of 2019

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DOTr explores partnership with Sweden

The Department of Transportation (DOTr) has been exploring the possibility of tapping foreign expertise to help in the development of the country’s transport sector.

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