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Airfare Price Decrease
Kristel Serran

Lower Airfares In March Thanks To Drop In Jet Fuel Prices

Our prayers have been answered and our deepest desires have been heard! The Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) has announced a decrease in airfare prices starting this March.What gives with this sudden blessing? Well, jet fuel prices went down last December 2018, a...

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DFA Cancels Birth Certificate Requirements for Passports
Cloey Mangali

DFA Removes Birth Certificate Requirement For Passport Renewals

Good news to those seeking to renew their Philippine passports. According to the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA), birth certificates will no longer be a requirement for passport renewals.This department order comes on the heels of recent reports of a passp...

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Passport Data Leak
Cloey Mangali

DFA Passport 'Data Breach': Here’s What We Know So Far

Over the weekend, news spread that the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) “lost” passport data after a former contractor allegedly “took off” with them following the termination of its contract. The data breach at the DFA came to light last Tuesday, J...

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Japan Multiple-Entry Visa Application
Kristel Serran

Japan Travel Guide: Multiple-Entry Visa Application; Departure And Accommoda...

Good news! As of August of last year, it is now easier for Filipinos to get multiple-entry visas to Japan.So to start you off on your explorations to the Land of the Rising Sun, we’ve prepared a Japan multiple Visa application guide.Read through this travel ...

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Swimming Ban on Panglao and El Nido Beach
Kristel Serran

Swimming Ban In Effect in Panglao And El Nido Beaches

After the closure and rehabilitation of Boracay, the Department of Tourism (DOT) and the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) are turning their attention to the beaches of Panglao, Bohol and El Nido, Palawan.Tourism Secretary Bernadette Romul...

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Philippine Carrier Wins 'Most Improved Airline for 2019'
Cloey Mangali

Philippine Carrier Wins 'Most Improved Airline for 2019'

Philippine Airlines (PAL), the country’s flag carrier, was awarded “World’s Most Improved Airline for 2019” by Australian-based airline review firm AirlineRatings.com.PAL bagged the most improved airline award this 2019 because of its initiatives “to...

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Dino Mari Testa

Holiday Travel Tips 2018: Your Guide To The Ninoy Aquino International Airpo...

According to the numbers published by the Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA), Christmas season has always the time of year when they see with the highest passenger traffic, both for domestic and international flights.Last year, around 3.78 million f...

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Kristel Serran

Cebu Pacific, PAL Announce Flight Cancellations For November 2018

Heads up to anyone traveling via Cebu Pacific and Philippine Airlines (PAL) this November.The two major Philippine air carriers have announced that they will be canceling several scheduled domestic and international flights from the Ninoy Aquino National Airpo...

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Airplane Etiquette
Cloey Mangali

Airplane Etiquette: 10 Commandments Of Airline Travel

Whether it is your first time riding an airplane—or not, how you act inside it says a lot about you. It can also affect the quality of your trip and that of your fellow passengers.Discussing the do’s and don’ts when it comes to boarding a plane is basica...

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Kristel Serran

The Many Pros (And Several Cons) Of Traveling Solo

Social media has no shortage of travel bloggers, #freespirits, and #DigitalNomads that have awakened the #wanderlust and #islandgirls in all of us.These backpackers or solo travelers have so many places to show and exciting stories to share. Wouldn't it be nic...

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