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Tuesday, November 29, 2016

NO MORE TERMINAL FEE FOR OFWS BY MARCH 2017






Good News to all Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW).

Starting March next year, you will no longer be queuing for a refund of terminal fees.

This news is confirmed by Manila International Airport Authority General Manager Ed Monreal.


The P550 terminal fee, also known as International Passenger Service Charge (IPSC), is included in the airline ticket upon purchased whether in airline ticket offices or bought online.

This was imposed by Aquino administration with the aim to decongest the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) pre-departure areas.

The line for the terminal fee refund at NAIA Terminal 3 -  CTO Hong Kong News

However, OFWs can claim a refund for this terminal fee upon departure at the airport terminals.

Monreal also gives his assurance to refund those who have not been able to get their money as longs as the OFWs possess the e-ticket, boarding pass and passport regardless of the date they were purchased or stamped.

“Anytime they [OFWs] can [ask for the]refund as long as they present the usual requirements,” he added.

(WATCH:MIAA implements integration of international terminal fee)



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OFWs opposed the imposition of the said terminal fees while Senate and Congress calling the past administration to abolish the collection of the fee.

According to sources, billion of pesos has been collected from the terminal fee in the airline ticket.

Half of this amount remains unclaimed by some OFWs, making it a part of the general fund of NAIA.

(WATCH:OFWs still lining up for airport terminal fee refund)




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