Nevermind that the opening of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3 has been pushed back for so long, people are losing faith that it will actually open, endless discussion among the the powers that be continues.
Airport officials have allowed Philippine Airlines, the country’s flag carrier, to cater to international and domestic passengers at the mothballed Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA)-Terminal 3.
Philippine Airlines (PAL), owned by Chinese-Filipino tycoon Lucio Tan, exclusively operates the NAIA Terminal 2.
Alfonso Cusi, general manager of the Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA), told dzBB
radio that the government only has the best interest of air commuters in mind.
They have the best interest of air commuters in mind? HAHAHAHAHAHAHA.
If PAL will be using NAIA3, I will gladly blow my budget just to try out the new terminal. However, will they have exclusive use of the terminal, similar to their current arrangement at the Centennial terminal?
Abangan ang susunod na kabanata…
(Let’s wait for the next chapter of this saga)