Ninoy Aquino International Airport will allow the re-entry of international charter and commercial flights on designated days beginning on Monday.
Statement in the Notice to Airmen (Notam), the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) stated that, provided they secure clearance from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Caap for slotting purposes, inbound international charter flights will be allowed to land on Mondays and Thursdays, while commercial flights will be allowed on the other days of the week. The schedule will last for a month, until June 10.
Commercial flights should also be approved by CAAP 48 hours prior to scheduled departure for the 400-passenger capacity of NAIA per day.
The CAAP stated that in-route emergency flights, ferry / cargo flights, air ambulance and medical supplies flights, government / military flights, weather mitigation flights, maintenance flights, and outbound passenger ferry / cargo flights would be unrestricted and would not be covered by the Notam.
This would only be implemented at NAIA, as there would be separate restrictions on other international airports in the country.
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