US Homeland Security Lifts NAIA Notice


From the Official Website of the Department of Homeland Security. On December 27, 2018, US Homeland Security issued a notice regarding security issues at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport, NAIA, Manila, Philippines. Consequently, Homeland Security had identified lax international security standards at NAIA. However, US Homeland Security has now lifted the Manila airport’s security notice. … Read more

Bureau of Immigration Bans Personnel from NAIA

“Bureau of Immigration Bans Personnel from NAIA” details a recent Bureau of Immigration (BI) July 26 Press Release. BI’s port operations division (POD) chief Grifton Medina restates an existing regulation issued eight years ago. The Philippine Bureau of Immigration has banned its personnel at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) from “loafing, facilitating and escorting” … Read more

Actor’s Temper Tantrum Triggers BI Balikbayan Reminder

An Actor’s Temper Tantrum Triggers BI Balikbayan Reminder.  A Bureau of Immigration, BI, Press Release regarding the Balikbayan Privilege was recently issued. A local celebrity, Tony Labrusca, reportedly had an outburst at Ninoy Aquino International Airport, NAIA, Terminal 1 last 03 January 2018. Celebrity Pissed Though Immigration officials didn’t name the “celebrity,” major news outlets, … Read more

US Dept of Homeland Security Deems NAIA Not Secure

On December 26, 2018, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced that aviation security at Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) does not meet international aviation standards. The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) provides the benchmark for international aviation security issues. Therefore, the US Dept. of Homeland Security deems NAIA not secure for US travelers.

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Alleged Swiss Doper Barred from Philippines

Here’s a recent strange report from the Philippine Bureau of Immigration, BI.  While I’ve read some audacious press releases from the BI in the past, this story ranks as one of the most bizarre. Alleged Swiss Doper Barred from Philippines.

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American’s Bullet-Planting Charges Against NAIA Employees Dropped

Lane Michael White

An American’s bullet-planting charges against NAIA employees was dropped by the Philippine Department of “Justice.” The DOJ junked on Thursday American missionary, Lane Michael White’s, criminal complaints against NAIA airport security personnel who allegedly planted a bullet in his luggage.

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