CAAP begins probe on Laguna plane crash

Aileen Cerrudo   •   September 2, 2019   •   1148

The Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) has begun investigation on the plane crash in Calamba, Laguna on Sunday (Sept 1).

The CAAP is already in possession of the cockpit voice recorder and flight data recorder of Lion Air 350 that crashed at a resort in Miramonte Village Barangay Pansol.

They also investigated the crash site and collected all the debris from the airplane.

According to CAAP Aircraft Investigator Harry Paradero, they also interviewed eye witnesses to document the scenario before the crash happened.

“Bali tinitignan pa lang namin iyong crash site, iyon lang naman sa ngayon, (For now, we are investigating the crash site)” he said.

The medical evacuation plane came from Dipolog City in Zamboanga del Norte. It boarded nine passengers and was supposed to fly to Manila in order to provide medical assistance to their New Zealander passenger.

READ: Plane crashes at resort in Calamba, Laguna; kills 9

None of the passengers survived the crash. Witnesses said parts of the plane were already separating before it crashed in their area.

“Talagang sinundan po na namin iyong pagbagsak kaya po nung naglanding siya dito mga 2 to 3 minutes, (We really followed the crash. It landed here at around 2 to 3 minutes),” said Jeff Rodriguez, one of the eye witnesses.

Meanwhile, families of the victims are set to bring their relatives home.—AAC (with reports from Sherwin Culubong)

Libu-libong manok sa Laguna namatay dahil umano sa heat stroke

Robie de Guzman   •   October 8, 2020

MANILA, Philippines – Nasa 43,000 manok na inaalagaan sa isang poultry farm sa bayan ng Nagcarlan, Laguna ang nangamatay dahil umano sa matinding init.

Noong Martes ng hapon nagsimulang mamatay ang mga manok matapos mawalan ng supply ng kuryente sa de-aircon na kulungan ng mga ito.

Tunnel ventilation ang gumagana sa poultry farm kaya sobrang init kapag nawalan ng kuryente.

Ayon kay Nagcarlan Municipal Agriculturist Abeth Lucas, may generator naman sa gusali ngunit pumalya ito kaya tuluyang nawalan ng bentilasyon sa kulungan na nagresulta sa pagkamatay ng mga manok.

“Namatay kasi yung ventilator kaya kumbaga nagkaroon ng heat stroke yung mga manok. Stroke siya gawa ng nawalan ng kuryente tapos pinaandar yung generator nag-bog down naman generator, yung mga fan hindi gumana,” ang wika ni Lucas.

Nakatakda na sanang i-deliver ang mga manok nang mangyari ang insidente.

Tinatayang aabot sa P6 milyon ang halagang katumbas ng mga namatay na manok.

Upang huwag masayang, ipinamigay na lamang ang mga manok sa mga residente ilang oras matapos mamatay.

“Hindi lang ho residente dito mga barangay ng Nagcarlan, ibang barangay ng Masiit nga. Tuwang tuwa naman sila,” ang pahayag ni Minda Ido, ang chairperson ng Barangay Maravilla sa Nagcarlan.

Inilibing naman ang mga manok na hindi na napakinabangan. – RRD (mula sa ulat ni Correspondent Mac Cordova)

LIST: Airports allowed to resume commercial flights as of July 19

Marje Pelayo   •   July 20, 2020

MANILA, Philippines — A total of 32 airports in the country have received clearance from their respective local government units (LGUs) to resume commercial flight operations as of Sunday (July 19).

The Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) reminds travelers, however, some airports, while allowed to open for commercial flights, are still subject to different documentary and passenger restrictions set by the LGUs.

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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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