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NAIA imposes ‘no ticket, no entry’ after large group of passengers seen under bridge

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The Ninoy Aquino International Airport MIAA has recently released a ‘travel reminder’ to Filipinos in the Philippines to make sure they have a confirmed airline booking before going to the airport. 

“Make sure you have a confirmed airline booking before going to the airport. No ticket, no entry,” their Facebook post on June 12 read. 

The statement was released days after a large group of passengers were seen waiting for their unconfirmed flights under a bridge near Terminal 3. 

In a separate statement, NAIA urged passengers with airline tickets to closely monitor with their airline if their flights are cancelled or not on the scheduled date. 

“Huwag magtungo sa NAIA ng walang kumpirmadong flight at ticket sa mismong araw dahil iyon lamang mayroong mga flight and pinapayagang pumasok sa loob ng paliparan,” NAIA added. 

No to fake news

NAIA also advised returning passengers not to believe on fake news being circulated online and through text messages regarding flight schedules. 

“Ang mga pangyayari nitong mga nakaraang araw ay patunay na imbes na maibsan ang hirap ay mas ibayong hirap pa ang inabot ng mga naniwala sa mga sabi-sabo sa text o group chat lalo na kung ito ay hindi kumpirmado,” it added. 

Ryan Namia
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