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Showing posts with label NAIA AIRPORT. Show all posts
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Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Call NAIA HOTLINE For Any Concerns At The Airport

 Airport passengers can now call the MIAA hotline for concerns or complains regarding services at the airport.    Airline passengers can call 877-1111 “if they have immediate concerns when they are inside the building. Let’s say they have complaints about vehicle drivers. They can call, identify where they are and someone will come to respond,” said MIAA general manager Ed Monreal.   The Customers Relation Department at NAIA will manage the 24/7 hotline. They will receive the complains and assist the passengers at the airport regarding their concerns.    Aside from the hotline, they can also send text messages to MIAA in its SMS assistance service called Text NAIA with mobile phone number 09178396242. Passengers can also use NAIA’s trunkline, 877-1109, which is handled by 14 operators.    Airport passengers can call the following numbers for their complains or concerns.  NAIA 24/7 Customer Relation Department Hotline:  877-1111     NAIA Trunkline: 877-1109 or Send SMS (text message):        0917-839-6242 Read also some of the changes in NAIA:  Eclusive Entrance For OFWs:  Arrival Lane for OFWs  The wifi signal has also improved.   There are also airport buses that passengers can avail at a much cheaper price instead of taking taxi.      READ ALSO: NOW OPEN TRANSIT LOUNGE FOR YOU TO SLEEP OVER AT NAIA AIRPORT  STEP BY STEP ON HOW TO CLAIM THE P550 TERMINAL FEE REFUND AT NAIA  GOOD NEWS! NAIA NOW HAS EXCLUSIVE ENTRANCE FOR OFWS  OWWA-DAVAO WANTS TO BAN PARENTS WITH YOUNG CHILDREN FROM WORKING ABROAD  10 HIGHEST PAID JOBS FOR OFWS & TOP 10 OFWs DESTINATION   ©2016 THOUGHTSKOTO
Airport passengers can now call the MIAA hotline for concerns or complains regarding services at the airport.




Airline passengers can call 877-1111 “if they have immediate concerns when they are inside the building. Let’s say they have complaints about vehicle drivers. They can call, identify where they are and someone will come to respond,” said MIAA general manager Ed Monreal.
 Airport passengers can now call the MIAA hotline for concerns or complains regarding services at the airport.    Airline passengers can call 877-1111 “if they have immediate concerns when they are inside the building. Let’s say they have complaints about vehicle drivers. They can call, identify where they are and someone will come to respond,” said MIAA general manager Ed Monreal.   The Customers Relation Department at NAIA will manage the 24/7 hotline. They will receive the complains and assist the passengers at the airport regarding their concerns.    Aside from the hotline, they can also send text messages to MIAA in its SMS assistance service called Text NAIA with mobile phone number 09178396242. Passengers can also use NAIA’s trunkline, 877-1109, which is handled by 14 operators.    Airport passengers can call the following numbers for their complains or concerns.  NAIA 24/7 Customer Relation Department Hotline:  877-1111     NAIA Trunkline: 877-1109 or Send SMS (text message):        0917-839-6242 Read also some of the changes in NAIA:  Eclusive Entrance For OFWs:  Arrival Lane for OFWs  The wifi signal has also improved.   There are also airport buses that passengers can avail at a much cheaper price instead of taking taxi.      READ ALSO: NOW OPEN TRANSIT LOUNGE FOR YOU TO SLEEP OVER AT NAIA AIRPORT  STEP BY STEP ON HOW TO CLAIM THE P550 TERMINAL FEE REFUND AT NAIA  GOOD NEWS! NAIA NOW HAS EXCLUSIVE ENTRANCE FOR OFWS  OWWA-DAVAO WANTS TO BAN PARENTS WITH YOUNG CHILDREN FROM WORKING ABROAD  10 HIGHEST PAID JOBS FOR OFWS & TOP 10 OFWs DESTINATION   ©2016 THOUGHTSKOTO

The Customers Relation Department at NAIA will manage the 24/7 hotline. They will receive the complains and assist the passengers at the airport regarding their concerns.


Aside from the hotline, they can also send text messages to MIAA in its SMS assistance service called Text NAIA with mobile phone number 09178396242. Passengers can also use NAIA’s trunkline, 877-1109, which is handled by 14 operators.



Airport passengers can call the following numbers for their complains or concerns.

NAIA 24/7 Customer Relation Department Hotline:  877-1111
    NAIA Trunkline: 877-1109
or Send SMS (text message):        0917-839-6242


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Thursday, November 17, 2016

NOW OPEN TRANSIT LOUNGE FOR YOU TO SLEEP OVER AT NAIA AIRPORT





Some good news for OFWs and travellers. An affordable, comfortable and good quality lounge accommodations at NAIA Terminal 3 called The Wings Transit Lounge is an affordable transit lounge right inside the airport that can accomodate up to 100 passengers every day.

LOCATION:
Philippines, NAIA Terminal 3, 4th Level of the Mall Area
Call them at (02) 886- 9464 / (02) 833- 7299 for inquiries and reservations




PRICES AND SERVICES

"Catch up on some well-earned rest on executive LOUNGE seats that easily stretch out into flat beds to soothe your back from hours of uncomfortable seating, while being pampered with a invigorating foot scrub, manicure and pedicure."

  •  Sleeping Lounge Seat : Php 500/ up to 5 hours
  • Sleeping Lounge Seat : Php 700/ up to 7 hours
  • Foot Spa Php 600
    Manicure Php 300
    Pedicure Php 300
    Foot Spa with Manicure and Pedicure Php 1,000

ROOM TYPE  and PRICES

CAPSULE/SINGLE = P1000 for 7.5 hours
TWIN TYPE (DOUBLE) = P1800 for 7.5 hours
FAMILY good for 4 people = P3,200 for 7.5 hours

ALL PRICES FREE WITH
· Unlimited finger food buffet
· Unlimited hot and cold drinks
· Luggage storage area
· free WIFI connection
· Shower – Bath towel, Yukata and shower amenities (shampoo, conditioner, soap, toothbrush and toothpaste)



If you need the pick-me up of a power nap after a long trip, then a Capsule is perfect for you. Each Capsule room is equipped with a sliding shade, which can be adjusted to shield you from light and crowds, a security box and a reading lamp, so you may rest in comfort and confidence.
Capsule (Male) at Php 1,000/ up to 7.5 hours
Capsule (Female) at Php 1,000/ up to 7.5 hours



  • Ideal for 2 persons, the Twin Room is offered at Php1,800 up to 7.5 hours.  Charges apply for the 3rd person (3 feet and below are free of charge)
Good for 4 persons, our Family Room is offered at Php 3,200 up to 7.5 hours.  Charges apply for the 5th person (3 feet and below are free of charge)
"Massages can help to relieve jet lag, alleviate fluid retention as well as release endorphins that calm the nervous system. If you have chronic lower back pain, working through that tightness can make a big difference in how a long-haul flight goes for you.

Passengers who have history of circulatory related problems such as DVT (deep vein thrombosis) should not go for leg massage or if there are signs of swelling on the feet."
The Wings Massage rates:​
Massage for 60 minutes is offered at P650
Massage for 45 minutes is offered at P550
Massage for 30 minutes is offered at P350

FREE INTERNET with COMPUTER STATION

All images are property of The Wings Transit Lounge
The Wings Transit Lounge FB Page is here

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Wednesday, September 07, 2016

NAIA EXPRESSWAY TO BE OPENED IN SEPT. 23






GOOD NEWS to all motorist and airline passengers traversing roads surrounding Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA).

The NAIA Expressway project will be opened to motorist starting September 22, 2016.

It will connect Terminals 1 and 2 to southern portions of the metro including the Mall of Asia, the PAGCOR Entertainment City, and the Cavite Expressway.



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According to Alec Cruz, Tollway Projects Head of San Miguel Holdings Corporation, the skyway connector is a big help to decongest roads around NAIA.

According to DPWH data, an estimated 80,000 people will benefit from the NAIA Expressway every day.

Cruz said motorist will have to pay P35.00 to gain end-to-end access to the two-kilometer skyway and they will publish the toll rates very soon.

On the other hand, Public Works Secretary Mark Villar said that the second segment is expected to be completed by December. It will connect the rest of NAIA Expressway to Terminal 3.



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Thursday, July 07, 2016

Good News! President Duterte Orders end of Tanim-Bala, No Arrest if Caught in the Airport with Only Bullets!





Good News! President Duterte Orders end of Tanim-Bala, No Arrest if Caught in the Airport with Only Bullets!

President Duterte orders the Office of Transportation Security or the OTS to put an end to the bullet-planting modus that victimize the passengers at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport, including tourist and expats or balikbayan as well as OFWs.

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Senior Superintendent Mao Aplasca, the new director of the police Aviation Security Group (AVSEgroup), said Thursday that travelers would not be detained or charged in court if an ammunition is confiscated from them, as per  President Duterte's order.


Aplasca mentioned in this video that the Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA), Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP), and the transportation department will form a joint team that will conduct regular security planning for airports. With this order from Duterte, , he said that the tanim-bala is just a thing of the past.
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There was an experienced last month in the afternoon at NAIA Terminal 1, the X-ray scan detected a live bullet and two empty shells inside the check-in luggage of a departing OFW, OTS called the attention of the OFW, asked him to view his luggage and asked the OFW to remove the bullet from his luggage and proceed to the Middle East.

GOOD NEWS IF FOUND WITH A BULLET AT THE AIRPORT - YOU WILL NOT BE ARRESTED OR FILED A CASE WITH!



THIS IS HOW YOU COULD BE A VICTIM OF TANIM-BALA IN A SPLIT SECONDS (TAGALOG POST)

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Thursday, June 02, 2016

GOOD NEWS IF FOUND WITH A BULLET AT THE AIRPORT - YOU WILL NOT BE ARRESTED OR FILED A CASE WITH!





The OTS is really serious in their campaign against the TANIM-BALA after over a year that OFWs and Pilipino are abhorred about this international crisis. International in a sense because many other news and segment in different countries had picked up the story and become a shameful news about the Philippine airport - particularly - NAIA.


There was an experienced last Saturday afternoon at NAIA Terminal 1, the X-ray scan detected a live bullet and two empty shells inside the check-in luggage of a departing OFW, OTS called the attention of the OFW, asked him to view his luggage and asked the OFW to remove the bullet from his luggage and proceed to the Middle East.

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OTS Denros said that many people still believe in bullets as amulets or good luck charms, and some passengers are caught in the airport with amulets in their luggage.

Last year, an overseas Filipino worker named Nanay Gloria, an working in Hongkong who was arrested for allegedly having a bullet in her luggage was in danger of losing her job. This created a fury of comments and social media posts from the disgruntled OFWs.


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Thursday, May 26, 2016

AN OFW FROM SAUDI ON VACATION DISMAYED THAT HIS BAGGAGE WAS RUMMAGED AT NAIA




An OFW who is on vacation  from Saudi Arabia is devastated after  his suitcase was rummaged at NAIA and he lost worth P10,000 of valuables including chocolates, clothes and chocolates. According to him his pants, jacket, and shirts as well as two  watches were also stolen. What was left in his suitcase were empty boxes of wrist watch and the packages of chocolates were also opened and stolen.

Below is his facebook post telling fellow OFWs who are travelling to be careful


After opening his suitcase, he was surprised to find that the individually wrapped packages had been opened and rummaged. Most of the items taken were his clothing, some chocolates and two watches were also stolen and its boxes were left empty inside the suitcase. 
The following images are screenshot from the ABS-CBN video below.
READ ALSO: 

How To Travel Safely And Protect Your Luggages From Thieves And Syndicates At The Airport





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The following images are screenshot from the ABS-CBN video below.
DENNIS SILADES found out in the morning that his baggage was rummaged, chocolate boxes are opened and many others items in his suitcase were missing.
The manager at NAIA terminal , Dante Basanta advised that the passenger should file a formal complaint. However, Silades prefers not to go through it anymore since he only has few weeks of vacation left. 
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The following images are screenshot from the ABS-CBN video below.

WATCH THE VIDEO AS DENNIS, AN OFW FROM SAUDI ARABIA CURRENTLY ON VACATION TO THE PHILIPPINES IS ASKING FOR JUSTICE.
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WATCH THE VIDEO ABOVE

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Tuesday, April 26, 2016

DOJ SECRETARY: TANIM-BALA ISSUE IS DEAD, IF YOU GET CAUGHT, WE CAN'T DO ANYTHING

“This is another, I think without prejudging, it seems another unfortunate event na ginagamit lang ito for media purposes." -Acting Justice Secretary Emmanuel Caparas
“If you are talking about people planting bullets, airport security [has] stepped up considerately since the events last year. We have protocols already in place to protect the public from instances like this” 

“If I may say this one more time, itong tanim-bala na ito, maraming lumalabas na kung anu-ano harassment, extortion, wag na po sana nating palakihin ito (this tanim-bala issue, there are things coming out like harass…Let us not suspect other people of wrongdoing if we do not have firm information about that. It is not fair to our authorities. Marami na pong nagawang magandang trabaho ang ating airport at police authorities." -Acting Justice Secretary Emmanuel Caparas
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“I know that the people have already been warned not to bring bullets to the airport when you are leaving or even when you are arriving and I would like to think that we are more responsible than trying to tempt fate or try to bring and smuggle bullets this way. Pag nahuli po tayo wala tayong magagawa jan." -Acting Justice Secretary Emmanuel Caparas
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Tuesday, April 19, 2016

LAGLAG-BALA O TANIM-BALA IS BACK AT NAIA AIRPORT AND THE LATEST VICTIM is 78 and 74 YEARS OLD COUPLE!




No, its not old news, it is as fresh as the lumpia you are eating. Tatay Esteban and Nanay Salvacion Cortabista, age 78 and 74 years old is the newest victim of TANIM-BALA at the NAIA Airport today April 19, 2016!
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The two senior citizen couple and Nanay Salvacion was already at the wheel chair was found having the live bullet at the second X-ray at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport terminal 1 as they pass through the scanners on their way to their flight to Los Angeles, California.

SEE ALSO
How to Avoid Tanim-Bala Scam and Extortion at NAIA
The couple was surprised to learn that a live ammunition was found in their baggage. They denied owning the ammunition.

"Dalawang beses na po kami bumibiyahe sa America at alam na alam po namin na bawal ang mag-dala ng bala. Eh bakit naman po kami magdadala ng bala?"  ''Dumaan po kami sa unang X-ray eh wala naman pong nakita. Eh bakit dito po eh biglang may nakitang bala sa bag ni misis?" "Mga ordinaryo lang po kaming magsasaka sa Boso Boso, Antipolo. Wala naman po kaming pera. Bakit kami naman po ang bibiktimahin ng tanim-bala dito sa airport?" Esteban and Salvacion told ABS-CBN News.
Lawyer Tips If You are Victimized 
By Tanim-Bala
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Thursday, March 03, 2016

NEVER ENDING CASES OF ROBBERY AT NAIA, AFTER PASSING THROUGH X-RAY SCANNERS

This lady lost her wallet and money worth P90,000 after she placed her bags for x-ray scanning at the NAIA Terminal 3 today. 
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According to her, it took long for her bags to come out. Another victim come out, and this time an OFW from Hongkong, complaining that she lost her laptop after passing through Xray Scanner.




Isang balikbayan ang nagreklamo matapos mawalan umano ng wallet at pera matapos dumaan ang kanyang bag sa x-ray machine sa NAIA Terminal 3 noong Sabado. Nang magsiyasat, napag-alamang hindi lahat ng CCTV sa paliparan ay gumagana.
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Monday, February 29, 2016

SWEDISH: STRANDED AT NAIA AFTER THEFT AT BORACAY, AND TAXI DRIVER TOOK HIS MONEY AND BAGGAGE AND PASSPORT

He is Tomas Anshelm, a swedish national, living at the arrival section of NAIA for a week now because he has no money and no passport to go home.



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  He lost money when he travelled to Boracay and while travelling to Swedish Embassy in Manila, a taxi driver took him money as well as his bag with his passport in it. 
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Despite of what happened, the Swedish still is grateful for the kindness of the Filipino's helping him. 
"It's amazing how helpful and generous and kind people are here. People I've known for five minutes ask me if I've had dinner." 

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Tuesday, February 16, 2016

NEW MEASURES TO PROTECT OFW IF CAUGHT WITH TANIM BALA AT AIRPORT


IF OFW IS CAUGHT WITH TANIM-BALA AT THE AIRPORT?
AGENCY WILL INFORM EMPLOYER OF THE DELAY OF ARRIVAL
  • POEA WILL PROVIDE ASSISTANCE AND WILL HELP REBOOK FLIGHTS
  • PAO WILL PROVIDE LEGAL COUNSELS/LAWYER
  • OWWA WILL PROVIDE ACCOMMODATION AND ARRANGE TRAVEL/FLIGHT TO PROVINCE

SECTION VI
UNDERTAKINGS OF POEA

6.1. Provide representatives and / or facilitation personnel in NAIA terminals Twenty Four hours a day / Seven days a week to assist 
OFWs intercepted with prohibited items in their person/luggages/cargoes.

6.2. Assist OFW resolve the interception and in some instance, 
earnestly rebook their flights in coordination with airline companies.

6.3. Upon knowledge of a report of an incident, advice the worker emphasizing on his rights as a person who might be, or eventually be, or is already subject of a Custodial Investigation.
6.4. Request the Public Attorney’s Office for immediate designation of a Public Attorney to provide legal representation to the worker during investigation, inquest proceedings, preliminary investigation and trial, as the case may be, if he/she has not yet contacted a lawyer of his/her choice.

6.5. Provide, when needed or as may be requested by law enforcement authorities, documents to establish that the person being held in custody is an OFW.

6.6. Require Recruitment Agencies that deployed the subject OFW to provide assistance to the worker by contacting and making representation with the employer on the potential delay in the worker’s arrival. Information as to the status or circumstances of the case must be treated with utmost confidentiality.
6.7. Undertake public information by incorporating the prohibited acts defined under R.A. No. 10591 in Pre-Employment Orientation Seminar(PEOS) and other workers education programs, including the issuance of advisories.



SECTION VII

UNDERTAKINGS OF OWWA
7.1. Provide immediate assistance to the worker or accompanying family member subject of an investigation especially on his/her welfare needs during the conduct of investigation including safekeeping of their personal belongings;
7.2. Undertake intake interview, where possible, to collect personal information, Overseas Employment Status/Record and further welfare needs of the OFW;
7.3. Provide, when needed, relevant information/documents to show proof that person under investigation is an OFW;
7.4. Contact, upon request of, or with the consent of the OFW, the family,relative or a friend of the worker including counsel of choice if any;
7.5. Provide accommodation when the worker has been released from police custody and while waiting for his/her rebooked flight or arrangements for return to his/her hometown, as the case may be;
7.6. Provide stress debriefing and psycho-social counselling of the subject worker including accompanying family member if any prior to rebooking/redeployment;
7.7. Incorporate prohibited acts defined under R.A. No. 10591 in the Pre-Departure Orientation Seminar (PDOS)

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