Black box at data recorder ng eroplanong sumadsad sa Davao Airport, dinala na sa Singapore

admin   •   June 7, 2013   •   2480

FILE PHOTO:  Cebu Pacific Flight 5J971 (RITCHIE TONGO / Photoville International)

FILE PHOTO: Cebu Pacific Flight 5J971 (RITCHIE TONGO / Photoville International)

MANILA, Philippines — Dinala na sa Singapore ng Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) ang black box at flight data recorder ng Cebu Pacific Airbus 320 plane na sumadsad sa Davao International Airport noong nakaraang linggo.

Ayon kay CAAP deputy director-general at acting spokesman Rodante Joya, susuriin ng mga eksperto doon ang naturang data recorder upang malaman ang posibleng dahilan ng insidente.

Sa ngayon ay hindi pa matiyak kung kailan matatapos ang imbestigasyon dahil nakadepende aniya ito sa proseso at sa dami ng mga nakapilang flight recorder na kailangang suriin sa Singapore.

Tiniyak naman ng CAAP na may mananagot sa insidente.

Kapag napatunayang lumabag ang airline company sa allowable flying hours ay isasailalim nila ito sa heightened flying surveillance.

Agad din umanong tatanggalan ng lisensya ang piloto ng sumadsad na eroplano kapag napatunayang lango ito sa alak o iligal na droga nang magpalipad ng eroplano.

Sa ngayon ay suspendido na ang mga piloto ng naturang eroplano na sina Capt. Antonio Roel Oropesa at First Officer Edwin Perello. (UNTV News)

LIST: 18 airports with commercial flights as of June 21

Marje Pelayo   •   June 22, 2020

MANILA, Philippines — The Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) reminds travelers that there are now 18 airports across the country which offer commercial flights as of Sunday (June 21).

This, after some local government units (LGUs) allowed the commercial operation of airports in their respective areas.

The agency advises the public, however, to check on the different documentary requirements and passenger restrictions that each specific LGU requires.

CAAP stressed that the resumption of regular commercial flights still depends on coordination and conditions imposed by LGUs.

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Balik-operasyon ng mga paliparan sa Western Visayas sa June 16, pinaghahandaan na ng CAAP

Robie de Guzman   •   June 8, 2020

Todong paghahanda ang ginagawa ng Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) para sa inaasahang pagbabalik-operasyon ng mga paliparan sa Western Visayas sa June 16.

Kasabay ng pagbubukas ng mga paliparan, papayagan na rin ang commercial flights bagama’t limitado lang ang kapasidad nito.

Ngayong Lunes, nagsagawa ng simulation ang CAAP sa Roxas Airport sa Capiz para sa mga bagong protocol na ipatutupad sa paliparan.

Kabilang na dito ang pag-check sa temperature ng lahat ng papasok sa pasilidad; pagsusuot ng face mask, pagpapatupad ng physical distancing at malimit na disinfection upang maiwasan ang pagkalat ng novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19).

Magpapatupad rin ng non-contact system para sa security check; at maglalagay ng decontamination areas, hand-washing spaces at foot baths sa airport terminals at parking areas.

Kahalintulad na hakbang rin ang planong ipatupad sa Godofredo P. Ramos Airport sa Aklan, Evelio Javier Airport sa Antique, at sa Iloilo International Airport.

Sa Bacolod-Silay Airport naman, ilang thermal scanners na ang inilagay upang mas mabilis ang pagkuha ng temperatura sa mga pasahero.

Gagawin ring regulated ang flights upang maiwasan ang crowding o pagdagsa ng mga pasahero sa airport terminals.

Ayon sa CAAP, isang simulation rin ang isasagawa nila bukas ng umaga sa Kalibo International Airport.

Sinabi ng ahensya na ang bagong prosesong ito ay upang mapigilan ang pagdami ng COVID-19 cases lalo na at inaasahan ang paguwi ng maraming overseas Filipino workers na sumailalim sa quarantine pati na ng mga residenteng inabutan ng community quarantine sa ibang lugar.

Simula noong June 1, nasa ilalim na ng modified general community quarantine (MGCQ) ang ilang lugar sa Western Visayas, kabilang na ang Aklan, Antique, Capiz, Guimaras, Iloilo, Negros Occidental at Bacolod City.

Sa ilalim ng MGCQ, pinapayagan na ang pagbubukas ng mas maraming negosyo at opisina ngunit limitado lamang ang operasyon at workforce at dapat ay nakakasunod sa minimum helath standards na itinakda ng pamahalaan. – RRD (mula sa ulat ni Correspondent Lalaine Moreno)

Davao Int’l Airport resumes domestic flights June 8

Marje Pelayo   •   June 8, 2020

DAVAO CITY, Philippines – The Davao International Airport reopened on Monday (June 8) for domestic flights but under strict health safety protocols. 

Locally-stranded individuals (LSIs) are required to present a medical certificate and travel pass from the Philippine National Police (PNP) upon check in.

Overseas Filipino workers (OFW), meanwhile, are required to present their Bureau of Quarantine certificate, proof of residence, valid passport and medical test result.

Business travellers and those considered as authorized persons outside residence (APOR) will be asked to present either a certificate of employment or company ID along with a medical certificate and a PNP travel pass.

Leisure trips or tours are still not allowed. 

Pregnant women, passengers who are 21 years old and below, and seniors who are 70 years old and above will not be allowed to board.

As part of the safety protocols, passengers will be required to go through a sanitation booth and thermal scanning at the entrance of the airport terminal.

Physical distancing is strictly being implemented with the airport premises and inside the aircraft thus only a limited number of passengers will be accommodated. MNP (with reports from Mirasol Montaño)

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