As seen on the November 2019 issue of The Philippine Sentinel On Saturday, Sept. 21, trombone artist Allen Meek of the Singapore Symphony Orchestra complained on Facebook about his experience with Philippine Airlines. “Never fly Philippine Airlines from Manila as they have a ZERO TOLERANCE policy for all hand-carried musical instruments (must be checked-in) with […]
As seen on the November 2019 issue of The Philippine Sentinel Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation recently announced on its website that the Philippine Air Force has signed a contract to buy a Gulfstream G280 aircraft for “command and control” duties. Defense Department Spokesman Arsenio Andolong Jr. has confirmed that the new jet will be used by […]
Contributed by Manny Tirona As seen on the August 2019 issue of The Philippine Sentinel BASICALLY, these are the common practices of day-to-day driving in Metro Manila Proposed amendments to the Land Transportation and Traffic Code (Republic Act No. 4136). Turn signals will give away your next move. A confident Filipino Driver avoids using them. […]
As seen on the August 2019 issue of The Philippine Sentinel Sangley Point was formerly a trading post for Spanish galleons until it became a military base once held by United States naval forces. If plans do not miscarry, the airport will open in November, this time to civilian aircraft under an urgent P486-million airport […]
1. All International Airline Pilots speak English. 2. Flights longer than 8 hours require 3 pilots (1 captain and 2 first officers) to rotate flying duties. Flights longer than 12 hours require 4 pilots (1 captain and 3 first officers). They usually fly 3-4-hour shifts. 3. Each airline pilot flying the aircraft, eats a different […]
To cope with the increase of domestic and international inbound tourists in the Philippines, Cebu Pacific executive Mike Szücs announced their aim of flying more passengers in 2018 and onward.
Cebu Pacific said it would “strictly enforce” its hand-carry baggage policy starting July 17 to streamline operations and to provide a more efficient check-in procedure.
Environment Secretary Roy Cimatu assured President Duterte that Boracay island “is no longer a cesspool” and will be ready to accept visitors on October 26.
A Qantas flight was forced to make an unscheduled landing in Adelaide overnight after a female passenger died on board.
Drive around Manila today and you will understand how cities die.
Baggage handler is caught on camera carelessly tossing luggage into the air down a metal chute at Honolulu Airport.
STAND where the warm sea laps the gleaming white sand of the 4km-long beach on the resort island of Boracay and whip out your selfie stick.