Boracay hotels, airlines waive rebooking charges
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With the impending closure of the country’s top summer destination Boracay, local and foreign tourists are scrambling to rebook flights or scrap hotel accommodations, airlines authorities said on Sunday. Major airlines in the Philippines are now mounting additional flights to other popular tourist destinations to recover the expected revenue losses from the planned six-month closure of Boracay, described as the third largest airline market in the country after Manila and Cebu.
Boracay hotels, airlines waive rebooking charges. (2018, April 9). Manila Standard, p. A3.
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Tourism; Financing; Governments; Environmental restoration; Marketing; Department of Social Welfare and Development and the Department of Public Works and Highways.; Department of Environment and Natural Resources; Department of the Interior and Local Government.; Center for Aviation (CAPA); Departments of Tourism; Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE); Technical Education and Skills Development Authority; Duterte, Rodrigo; Abaya, Jessica; Teo, Wanda; Lagamon, Rosario
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