Isang resolusyon ang inihain sa Senado para siyasatin ang technical glitch sa air traffic management system sa Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA).

Inihain ni Senate Majority Leader Joel Villanueva ang Senate Resolution No. 390, na nag-aatas sa tamang komite sa Senado para imbestigahan ang naturang aberya.

Ang technical error dahil sa power outage sa Air Traffic Management Center ay nagresulta para sa kanselasyon, paglipat at pagpapaliban ng local at international flights noong bagong taon.

“Failure to address airspace traffic management will likewise continuously impact the facilitation of domestic trade and seamless business transactions due to, among others, delayed shipment of cargo via air,” sabi ni Villanueva sa resolusyon.

“It may also hinder the continuous promotion of tourism in the country, whether to local or foreign tourists, as well as the much-needed recovery of all enterprises in the travel and tourism sector, which were severely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic,” dagdag pa niya.

Ang NAIA, ay itinanghal na ‘worst international airport’ mula 2011 hanggang 2013.

Binigyang diin ni Villanueva na mahalagang masuri ang mga polisiya na magpapaganda ng serbisyo na NAIA sa publiko.

“The preceding points, among others, highlight the impact of the quality of air traffic services to the economy as well as to various stakeholders, thus, it is imperative to review and study existing policies and implement actions and measures that will improve the provision of such services to the public,” saad ni Villanueva. (Dindo Matining)

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