Saturday, December 29, 2018

Press Release on US Travel Advisory: No Cause for Alarm



18 comments:

  1. Anyare nung Sept.11 ha US of A? Makapuna lang e ano?

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    1. Meh, Hindi mo ba alam. Homelands Security was formed after Sept 11. Gets mo. They learned from it.

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    2. Shunga kaya nga nagkaron ng Homelang secirity because of 911!

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    3. Natawa ako. Kaya nga ganyan sila kahigpit dahil sa 911. Educate yourself.

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  2. 16 international standard recommendations, 7 corrected and complied. it sure is a cause for alarm. travel advisory is a must.

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  3. Relax lang tayo.... no frills

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  4. So tama ang homeland. 16 issues were found and 11 are unresolved to date.

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    1. Anti-Virus ang peg! Scan again!

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  5. hahahaha, dios mio pinagmalaki pa na "7 out of 16 recommendations eh corrected and complied" hahahhaa.

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  6. Omg, fix it and don’t make excuses. Comply with international standards at the very least.

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  7. Hayyyy naku, Pinas is not even capable of implementing international standards. Ano ba yan.

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  8. No cause for alarm daw pero hindi naco-comply sa international standards. Kaloka kayo. Do your jobs!

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  9. 6:08pm Kaya nga dobleng ingat. Ano gusto mo may mangyari muna bago umaksyon? Paano kung pamilya mo andoon pag may nangyari?Isipisip muna bago sumagot. :) Peace Kapatid :)

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  10. Does the U.S. routinely do this kind of inspection to all airports with direct flights to the U.S.? Where is the report for each airport? I think they just decided to do this inspection to shame the government.

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    1. There is no cause for shame if NAIA is up to international safety standards. It will benefit all Filipinos and all the tourists visiting the Philippines. Best to work towards compliance to ensure the safety of everybody instead of finding malice behind the advisory.

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    2. Yes. See US homeland security webpage. They do this on every country with planes flying in and out of USA.

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  11. Typical pinas response. Binabaliwala lang, instead of fixing the problems.

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