An unprecedented second major aviation disaster in four months could further associate Malaysia with calamity in the eyes of travelers, observers warn, putting the tropical destination’s vital tourism sector at risk.
Best of ClassBy Maja Olivares-Co
Air travel has become a necessity in our lives as working professionals that it is likened to taking a bus or a train. Some airlines, however, make it more pleasurable than others.
India’s cabin crew on Tuesday attacked new guidelines from the civil aviation watchdog on how much they should weigh, branding them “crazy” and discriminatory.
The ConsumerBy Linda Bolido
It is commendable that local governments, like those in the cities of Davao and Quezon, are concerned for the lives and limbs of ordinary pedestrians that they have lowered speed limits on some of their streets.
By Marge C. Enriquez
Designed primarily for passengers on coach, the newly renovated Club Manila lounge is one of Naia 1’s best-kept secrets. It will make you forget—albeit temporarily—that Naia 1 is one of the world’s worst airports.