Travel and Tourism

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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Ayala to distribute Kia vehicles in Philippines

Ayala Corporation has agreed to distribute Kia vehicles in the Philippines, expanding the group’s automotive portfolio that already includes Volkswagen, Honda and Isuzu.

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Bacolod is top tourist spot for Singaporeans

Bacolod is listed among the top emerging destinations for Singaporeans in 2019, according to travel site Skyscanner.

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China’s ‘Uber of trucks’ a semi success

A Chinese startup dubbed the “Uber of trucks” is attracting foreign investors from Alphabet, Inc. to SoftBank Group Corp. on the premise it can make a lot of money from connecting the truckers with shippers who need goods carried.

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