All Stop for Seair..NO to Davao

The Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) has issued a cease and desist order stopping SEAIR and Singapore-based Tiger Airways from starting Manila-Cebu and Manila-Davao flights, saying these are a way for Tiger to get internal flights reserved for local carriers.

The CAB said advertisements for the flights, as well as the booking and payment arrangements, indicate that they are Tiger flights using SEAIR routes. This is beyond the aircraft lease agreement approved by the CAB, the agency said. The CAB said it was acting on petitions from Cebu Air, Philippine Airlines and Air Philippines Express

Dengue-carrier mosquito


AROUND 2,800 households will be given free Ovi/Larvicidal Trap or O/L Trap -- a Filipino-made organic trap system to control and prevent the population of the Aedes Aegypti, a dengue-carrier mosquito.
Dr. Lilian de las Llagas, professor of college of public health of University of Manila and technical consultant of the O/L Trap program, said the O/L Trap is made from organic materials, environmentally friendly, easy to use and affordable.
Tuesday's rollout launching in Davao City is the 13th nationwide and the second in Mindanao. Medical practitioners and barangay health workers (BHW) attended the launching program together with resource speakers from the Department of Health (DOH) and the Department of Science and Technology (Dost).
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In Davao, dengue fever is king. It is the number one infectious disease monitored by the Philippines Department of Health (DOH) in the region.
According to the DOH 2010 annual surveillance report just released, Davao recorded 9,563 cases last year.  In 2009, the Davao region recorded 3,800 cases of the mosquito-borne virus- representing a more than 150% increase.

Norman K. Dy

Chinese businessman was found dead inside a Davao City, his head believed to have been slammed into the wall by his still unidentified male visitor who disappeared shortly before the victim’s body was discovered last Friday.

The body of Norman K. Dy, proprietor and president of NKD International Trading Corp., was found inside Room 303 of the D’Leonor Hotel located at JP Laurel Avenue, Davao City at 9:45 a.m. Friday, said a Police Regional Office 11 report.

Initial investigation by the Davao City Police Office showed that the victim checked in at the hotel at 6 a.m. Thursday shortly after arriving from Manila to deliver supplies to Robinsons Mall.

Police said the hotel’s closed-circuit television (CCTV)showed that the victim had an unidentified male visitor who was described as about 5’7” in height, of slim built, around 25-27 years old and a cap, a light brown shirt and  jeans and carrying a backpack.

PRO1 director Chief Supt. Jaime Morente said the victim’s head was believed to have been slammed on the wall by the killer due to the splatter of blood at the wall.

Reproductive Health (RH) bill

More than a thousand youth expressed their support to the Catholic Church’s stance against the controversial Reproductive Health (RH) bill.

The declaration of support was made during the 12th Diocesan Youth Convention held in Mati, Davao Oriental from May 4 to 7, 2011.

Majority of the event’s participants came from at least 19 parishes of Mati dioceses plus observers and guests from religious and civic sectors.

“The biggest delegation in years!” according to Maria Elena Didal, Diocesan Youth leader and Secretariat head of the event with the theme “Stand firm in the faith…Do all your work in love.”

In his speech, Mati Bishop Patricio Alo related the theme and the ongoing Church’s campaign to protect the sanctity of life, especially of the unborn.

He expressed joy that there are so many young people that “helps keep the Church alive.”

Seair Davao

THESE FLIGHTS ARE NOW UNDER DISPUTE AND WILL NOT BE HAPPENING UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

SEAIR will offer up to 10 daily flights to and from Cebu and up to six daily flights to and from Davao from its jet operations base at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) domestic terminal. Special starting fare offers will be for as low as 499 PHP one-way to/from Cebu for travel on July 1 to October 29, 2011, and 999 PHP one-way to/from Davao for travel on July 2 to October 29, 2011. Passengers can now purchase tickets online at www.FlySeair.comand www.tigerairways.com, or call +63 2 849 0100 +63 2 849 0100, the SEAIR Hotline for domestic and international flights.

Cebu and Davao are two of the major tourist gateways in the Philippines for Visayas and Mindanao, respectively. Cebu, the “Queen City of the South”, also known locally as Sugbo, is the capital city of the island of Cebu and the oldest city in the country. The city is known for its popular tourist attractions which include the Magellan’s Cross Shrine, an important historical landmark marking the beginning of the Spanish occupation in the Philippines, and the Basilica Minore del Santo Niño (Minor Basilica of the Santo Niño), which houses the Santo Niño de Cebú (Holy Child of Cebu), the oldest Catholic relic in the Philippines.

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