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Tuesday, August 21, 2018

What Will Happen Now To The Stranded OFWs at NAIA

Thousands of overseas Filipino workers (OFW) and other passengers had been stranded at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) due to the excursion of a Xiamen Air which slipped off and got stuck at the runway and last week. Luckily, all passengers and crews were safely evacuated. However, the incident affects all the passengers at the NAIA because the said incident forced all other airlines to cancel their flights. The result, thousands of travelers were stranded for days without food and a decent place to stay.

Thousands of overseas Filipino workers (OFW) and other passengers had been stranded at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) due to the excursion of a Xiamen Air which slipped off and got stuck at the runway and last week. Luckily, all passengers and crews were safely evacuated. However, the incident affects all the passengers at the NAIA because the said incident forced all other airlines to cancel their flights. The result, thousands of travelers were stranded for days without food and a decent place to stay.        Advertisement  The plane was already out of the runway but the passengers including thousands of OFWs who were about to return to their workplace were still staying there like evacuees lingering all over the airport without any clear assurance that their flights may be rebooked or refunded. They were not given any food or hotel accommodations by their airlines.      Under the passenger Bill Of Rights, in case of flight cancellation, the airline must provide the passengers with sufficient refreshments and meals, hotel accommodations, free call/text and internet service, transportation from the airport to the hotel, and first aid if necessary. The airline company also has to rebook the flight or endorse the passenger to another airline company at no extra cost. If the passenger decides not to fly anymore, the airline company should reimburse the airfare including taxes and surcharges.    Ads  As of this writing, none of these benefits was given to any stranded passengers. The OFWs already missed the designated date when they supposed to be reporting for work. Some of them has chosen to go home instead of staying at the crowded NAIA.     The two pilots of Xiamen Air appeared at the CAAP investigation and explained that the plane did not land successfully on their first approach on the runway due to poor vision in midst of severe rainfall. On their second approach, they made it to the left side of the landing area but it slipped off the concrete runway. The plane has lost its landing front landing gear and one of its engines. MIAA said that the two pilots, which the names were not revealed, were both experts. They drug test also turned out negative while the results of their alcohol test s yet to be released.   Xiamen Air also issued apologies to the affected passenger and promised to extend any possible assistance they could give.    Ads     The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) has already instructed the embassies and consulates to extend their assistance to OFWs who had been caught by the incident and were not able to arrive on time to their host country.  Filed under  overseas Filipino workers, Ninoy Aquino International Airport, Xiamen Air,   stranded, travelers, OFW,      Read More:

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The plane was already out of the runway but the passengers including thousands of OFWs who were about to return to their workplace were still staying there like evacuees lingering all over the airport without any clear assurance that their flights may be rebooked or refunded. They were not given any food or hotel accommodations by their airlines.
Thousands of overseas Filipino workers (OFW) and other passengers had been stranded at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) due to the excursion of a Xiamen Air which slipped off and got stuck at the runway and last week. Luckily, all passengers and crews were safely evacuated. However, the incident affects all the passengers at the NAIA because the said incident forced all other airlines to cancel their flights. The result, thousands of travelers were stranded for days without food and a decent place to stay.        Advertisement  The plane was already out of the runway but the passengers including thousands of OFWs who were about to return to their workplace were still staying there like evacuees lingering all over the airport without any clear assurance that their flights may be rebooked or refunded. They were not given any food or hotel accommodations by their airlines.      Under the passenger Bill Of Rights, in case of flight cancellation, the airline must provide the passengers with sufficient refreshments and meals, hotel accommodations, free call/text and internet service, transportation from the airport to the hotel, and first aid if necessary. The airline company also has to rebook the flight or endorse the passenger to another airline company at no extra cost. If the passenger decides not to fly anymore, the airline company should reimburse the airfare including taxes and surcharges.    Ads  As of this writing, none of these benefits was given to any stranded passengers. The OFWs already missed the designated date when they supposed to be reporting for work. Some of them has chosen to go home instead of staying at the crowded NAIA.     The two pilots of Xiamen Air appeared at the CAAP investigation and explained that the plane did not land successfully on their first approach on the runway due to poor vision in midst of severe rainfall. On their second approach, they made it to the left side of the landing area but it slipped off the concrete runway. The plane has lost its landing front landing gear and one of its engines. MIAA said that the two pilots, which the names were not revealed, were both experts. They drug test also turned out negative while the results of their alcohol test s yet to be released.   Xiamen Air also issued apologies to the affected passenger and promised to extend any possible assistance they could give.    Ads     The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) has already instructed the embassies and consulates to extend their assistance to OFWs who had been caught by the incident and were not able to arrive on time to their host country.  Filed under  overseas Filipino workers, Ninoy Aquino International Airport, Xiamen Air,   stranded, travelers, OFW,      Read More:
Thousands of overseas Filipino workers (OFW) and other passengers had been stranded at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) due to the excursion of a Xiamen Air which slipped off and got stuck at the runway and last week. Luckily, all passengers and crews were safely evacuated. However, the incident affects all the passengers at the NAIA because the said incident forced all other airlines to cancel their flights. The result, thousands of travelers were stranded for days without food and a decent place to stay.        Advertisement  The plane was already out of the runway but the passengers including thousands of OFWs who were about to return to their workplace were still staying there like evacuees lingering all over the airport without any clear assurance that their flights may be rebooked or refunded. They were not given any food or hotel accommodations by their airlines.      Under the passenger Bill Of Rights, in case of flight cancellation, the airline must provide the passengers with sufficient refreshments and meals, hotel accommodations, free call/text and internet service, transportation from the airport to the hotel, and first aid if necessary. The airline company also has to rebook the flight or endorse the passenger to another airline company at no extra cost. If the passenger decides not to fly anymore, the airline company should reimburse the airfare including taxes and surcharges.    Ads  As of this writing, none of these benefits was given to any stranded passengers. The OFWs already missed the designated date when they supposed to be reporting for work. Some of them has chosen to go home instead of staying at the crowded NAIA.     The two pilots of Xiamen Air appeared at the CAAP investigation and explained that the plane did not land successfully on their first approach on the runway due to poor vision in midst of severe rainfall. On their second approach, they made it to the left side of the landing area but it slipped off the concrete runway. The plane has lost its landing front landing gear and one of its engines. MIAA said that the two pilots, which the names were not revealed, were both experts. They drug test also turned out negative while the results of their alcohol test s yet to be released.   Xiamen Air also issued apologies to the affected passenger and promised to extend any possible assistance they could give.    Ads     The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) has already instructed the embassies and consulates to extend their assistance to OFWs who had been caught by the incident and were not able to arrive on time to their host country.  Filed under  overseas Filipino workers, Ninoy Aquino International Airport, Xiamen Air,   stranded, travelers, OFW,      Read More:
Under the passenger Bill Of Rights, in case of flight cancellation, the airline must provide the passengers with sufficient refreshments and meals, hotel accommodations, free call/text and internet service, transportation from the airport to the hotel, and first aid if necessary. The airline company also has to rebook the flight or endorse the passenger to another airline company at no extra cost. If the passenger decides not to fly anymore, the airline company should reimburse the airfare including taxes and surcharges.
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As of this writing, none of these benefits was given to any stranded passengers. The OFWs already missed the designated date when they supposed to be reporting for work. Some of them has chosen to go home instead of staying at the crowded NAIA. 

The two pilots of Xiamen Air appeared at the CAAP investigation and explained that the plane did not land successfully on their first approach on the runway due to poor vision in midst of severe rainfall. On their second approach, they made it to the left side of the landing area but it slipped off the concrete runway. The plane has lost its landing front landing gear and one of its engines. MIAA said that the two pilots, which the names were not revealed, were both experts. They drug test also turned out negative while the results of their alcohol test s yet to be released. 
Xiamen Air also issued apologies to the affected passenger and promised to extend any possible assistance they could give.
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The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) has already instructed the embassies and consulates to extend their assistance to OFWs who had been caught by the incident and were not able to arrive on time to their host country.
Filed under  overseas Filipino workers, Ninoy Aquino International Airport, Xiamen Air,   stranded, travelers, OFW, 
Thousands of overseas Filipino workers (OFW) and other passengers had been stranded at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) due to the excursion of a Xiamen Air which slipped off and got stuck at the runway and last week. Luckily, all passengers and crews were safely evacuated. However, the incident affects all the passengers at the NAIA because the said incident forced all other airlines to cancel their flights. The result, thousands of travelers were stranded for days without food and a decent place to stay.        Advertisement  The plane was already out of the runway but the passengers including thousands of OFWs who were about to return to their workplace were still staying there like evacuees lingering all over the airport without any clear assurance that their flights may be rebooked or refunded. They were not given any food or hotel accommodations by their airlines.      Under the passenger Bill Of Rights, in case of flight cancellation, the airline must provide the passengers with sufficient refreshments and meals, hotel accommodations, free call/text and internet service, transportation from the airport to the hotel, and first aid if necessary. The airline company also has to rebook the flight or endorse the passenger to another airline company at no extra cost. If the passenger decides not to fly anymore, the airline company should reimburse the airfare including taxes and surcharges.    Ads  As of this writing, none of these benefits was given to any stranded passengers. The OFWs already missed the designated date when they supposed to be reporting for work. Some of them has chosen to go home instead of staying at the crowded NAIA.     The two pilots of Xiamen Air appeared at the CAAP investigation and explained that the plane did not land successfully on their first approach on the runway due to poor vision in midst of severe rainfall. On their second approach, they made it to the left side of the landing area but it slipped off the concrete runway. The plane has lost its landing front landing gear and one of its engines. MIAA said that the two pilots, which the names were not revealed, were both experts. They drug test also turned out negative while the results of their alcohol test s yet to be released.   Xiamen Air also issued apologies to the affected passenger and promised to extend any possible assistance they could give.    Ads     The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) has already instructed the embassies and consulates to extend their assistance to OFWs who had been caught by the incident and were not able to arrive on time to their host country.  Filed under  overseas Filipino workers, Ninoy Aquino International Airport, Xiamen Air,   stranded, travelers, OFW,      Read More:

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