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05
Jun

Aviation industry still profitable despite rising costs – IATA

on Tuesday, 05 June 2018 00:32.

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By Emmie Abadilla | Manila Bulletin

SYDNEY, Australia – Despite rising fuel and labor costs plus an upturn in the interest rate cycle, airlines expect to net US$33.8 billion collective profits (4.1% net margin) in 2018, versus its record $38.0 billion earnings last year, though comparisons will be “severely distorted” by special accounting items, such as one-off tax credits, which boosted 2017 profits.

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05
Jun

Clark airport workers won’t lose jobs, says BCDA chief

on Tuesday, 05 June 2018 00:19.

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Philippine Daily Inquirer

CLARK FREEPORT — The president of the Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA) has allayed fears of layoffs by 315 regular employees of its subsidiary, Clark International Airport Corp. (CIAC), when operations and maintenance of Clark International Airport (CRK) are awarded to a private company in August.

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04
Jun

PAL expects ‘modest’ profit this year amid rising oil prices

on Monday, 04 June 2018 00:11.

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BusinessWorld Online

PAL Holdings, Inc., the listed operator of Philippine Airlines (PAL), is aiming to post a “modest profit” this year, as rising fuel prices are expected to weigh on the bottom line.

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04
Jun

PAL to post profit with surcharge approval

on Monday, 04 June 2018 00:13.

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By Louella Desiderio | The Philippine Star

MANILA, Philippines — Flag carrier Philippine Airlines (PAL) expects to make modest profit this year, but the inability to recover costs from higher fuel prices may mean ending the year with a loss again.

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31
May

Reduced flights hurting Aklan capital’s economy

on Thursday, 31 May 2018 00:09.

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Philippine Daily Inquirer

ILOILO CITY — Business operators and officials of Aklan province are appealing to airlines and national government agencies to increase the frequency of flights to and from Kalibo International Airport (KIA) amid soaring airfares following the closure of Boracay Island to tourists.

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