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Dubai Police launch ‘most advanced police vehicle in the world’

Dubai Police unveiled its latest addition to their incredible fleet of supercars in the ongoing Gitex Technology Week 2018 in Dubai. The new patrol car is dubbed as “the most advanced police vehicle in the world”, and it’s all for the right reasons. Aptly named the...

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UPDATED LIST: New NAIA terminal assignments for airlines

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New terminal assignments for several airlines at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) will be implemented starting August 31.

According to Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) Media Affairs Division chief Jess Martinez, the following airlines will only be allowed to land at their designated NAIA terminals.

Flights from only 5 airline companies will be allowed to land at NAIA Terminal 1.

  • Philippine Airlines
  • Thai Airways
  • Saudi Airlines
  • Japan Airlines
  • Etihad Airlines

 

NAIA Terminal 2, meanwhile, will be used for domestic flights.

  • Cebu Pacific
  • Philippine Airlines

 

Flights of the following airlines will be transferred to NAIA Terminal 3.

  • China Airlines
  • China Southern
  • China Eastern
  • Emirates Airlines
  • Xiamen Air
  • Oman Air
  • Eva Air
  • Kuwait Air
  • Jetstar
  • Gulf Air
  • Korean Airlines
  • Asiana Airlines
  • Qantas Air
  • Malaysian Airlines
  • Qatar Air
  • Royal Brunei
  • Tiger Air
  • Jeju Air
  • Air Nugini
  • Air China
  • All other international carriers (except for the 5 assigned to Terminal 1)

Some domestic flights are also allowed to land at NAIA Terminal 4.

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