Months ago, I crafted an entry as to why I want to be a Cyberya owner. Guess what? I’ve been chosen as one of the finalists for the Cyberya Bloggers Challenge! Honestly, I wrote that entry just to have an entry. Little did I know that I will be this lucky. However, being a finalist is just the start of my Minigosyante journey. I know it will not be easy but it sure is exciting and promising. Join me as we learn more about the joy of having a Cyberya business.
Laboracay - the annual man-made catastrophe that draws swarms of douchebags and airheads to this island. If you think we’re exaggerating, see for yourself, look up the hashtag and prepare to be blown away.
Phase 1: The Preparation
We feel the excitement, the eagerness, the anticipation… to be…
During the suspension period, the involved Victory Liner bus units will have their license plates removed while they undergo roadworthiness tests. Meanwhile, the drivers of these buses will attend seminars on public safety. One person was killed and 38 others were injured in the said accident. The only person dead happens to be just a by-stander.
As part of their modernization program, Philippine Airlines replaced 20 of their oldest aircraft with new and fuel-efficient planes. This puts their average fleet size at an Asian-low 3.5 years. Also, this development helps PAL become one of the top airline companies in Asia. Aside from the new aircraft which lessens jet fuel costs and increase profit, the Philippine flag carrier is also upgrading its flight network and customer service.
In a formal apology, Department of Transportation and Communications Secretary Joseph Emilio Abaya said that even though there is a functioning air conditioning system at NAIA 1, the rehabilitation projects prompted the Manila International Airport Authority to shut down a number of air handling units to avoid dust from endangering the system. Also, safety nets that cover the ceiling of the departure area also disrupts better air circulation.
Out of the total expenditures, over Php 30 billion is accounted to flying operations. Jet fuel expenses is at Php 24.26 billion while maintenance reached Php 7.42 billion. Aircraft and traffic servicing expenses for landing fees, takeoff fees and ground handling expenses totalled Php 9.11 billion. From April to December 2013, Philippine Airlines conducted more than 17,000 roundtrip flights.
With the former Fort Bonifacio now a thriving commercial and residential area in the metropolis, the Bases Conversion Development Authority is looking to do the same with Poro Point in San Fernando, La Union. A former military base by the United States Armed Forces, the BCDA aims to transform this area into a residential, commercial, and business district.