Progress – yes, but too small
The article starts as this:
I don’t know how P-Noy feels about the attitude of DOTC officials regarding the delayed completion dates of their projects. If I were him, I would be very disappointed that DOTC officials have given up trying to complete major projects before he bows out of office.
But I can understand if P-Noy refrains from telling Sec. Jun Abaya, who is busy with the campaign as LP Sec-Gen, that a completion date beyond his term of office is unacceptable. Maybe that is why P-Noy joked about having a train run over him if he fails to deliver LRT 1 extension to Cavite by December 2015.
There is also progress – but it is too small, much too small.
Philippine Airlines announces: Manila Transfer Service
Between Centennial Terminal 2 and Terminal 3
Passengers transferring via Manila with confirmed connecting flight on Philippine Airlines and AirPhil Express shall be provided with free airside shuttle service to and from Centennial Terminal 2 and Terminal 3.
The passengers coming from International/Regional flights at Terminal 2 will clear with Immigration, Customs and will claim their baggage at the carousel. The passenger is requested to proceed to the transfer desk for issuance of transit cards and transfer to Terminal 3.
Between NAIA1 and Centennial Terminal 2/new Terminal 3
Passengers transferring via Manila on Philippine Airlines and International Codeshare flights shall be provided with free shuttle service to and from NAIA Terminal 1, Centennial Terminal 2 and Terminal 3. The passenger is requested to proceed to the Transfer Desk Service at NAIA Terminal 1.
This service is subject to certain conditions and qualifications. For more information, please inquire with any of our Philippine Airlines staff at the arrival area of either terminal.
|Cebu-Hong Kong||Cathay Pacific|
|Manila Abu Dhabi vv||Etihad|
|Manila-Bahrain vv||Gulf Air|
|Manila-Doha vv||Qatar Airways|
|Manila-Kuala Lumpur vv||Malaysia|