Two brand new airbuses/aircraft will be availed soon by Cebu Pacific Air. The Airbus A330-300. It will be powered b Rolls-Royce Trent 772B engines. The delivery of said aircraft will be in 2014 to 2015, making Pacific Air a total of 6 brand new airbus A330-300 aircraft. The said aircraft will be supplied by Intrepid Aviation, a US-based commercial aircraft lessor to passenger and freight airline operators worldwide. This transaction resulted after the recent signing of operating lease agreement signed by Cebu Pacific Management and Intrepid Aviation.
It was earlier announced by Cebu Pacific Air that it will launch on October 7, 2013 its long-haul operations with direct daily Manila-Dubai services. Airbus A330-300 aircraft will allow it to fly to farther destinations, beyond the range of CEB’s Airbus A320 fleet.
Another members-only privilege is happening at SM retail establishments and select partners nationwide! At today’s (July 31) exclusive event, SM Advantage Card (SMAC) holders, and SM Prestige and BDO Rewards members can avail of automatic 10% discount on regular-priced items at outlets like The SM Store, Our Home, Ace Hardware, Watsons Personal Care Store, Surplus and Toy Kingdom. At SM Appliance, 5% discount applies on selected items.
Other discounts and freebies for selected goods may be offered on top of the SMAC discount which are never made available to non-members. It really pays to be part of SM’s customer loyalty and rewards program!
Business: ALTER TRADE: ‘Partner Producers, Fair Trade Partners Our Core Strength for 25 Yrs. & Beyond’
Today we raise high the banner of fair trade 1 people to people trade and organic movement as we proudly celebrate our 25 years anniversary. Today, we also put ourselves on higher ground as we gear towards developing and building a fairer world.
In this celebration, we shall be giving honor and praise to the people who founded, developed, sustained and provided the much needed inspiration for Alter Trade to live through the tests of times.
ALTER TRADE PRESS CONFERENCE. (from left) DAFWARBA chairman Daniel Diamante, PIBFA chairwoman Dolores Ceralbo, ATC president Gilda Caduya, ATJ presi-dent & ATC chairman of the board Makoto Ueda, and ATC marketing & sales manager Elizabeth Mondejar.* (H. James G. Toga/NDB)
Witness again the fashion authorities glammed up to the nines with their hand-picked pieces from SM Accessories. Fashion becomes versatile as Xian Lim, Georgina Wilson, Richard Gutierrez and Anne Curtis star in the SM Accessories for the third quarter. Ladies, take your pick from classic gold, grey and silver jewelry that match virtually any outfit you may think of. As for the guys, it’s time to stock up on your trusted gear in shades of blue, brown and black.
ShabuNiku, a Korean restaurant at 12th-Lacson Sts. in Bacolod City, will celebrate its first anniversary on Sunday, July 28 with exciting Buffet Lunch and Dinner, owner Jungmin Cho said yesterday.
Korean Buffet Eat All You Can at P399 starts at 11:30 a.m. until 12 midnight. An acoustic live band will serenade the diners from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.
A photo booth will also be set up in the evening where customers can have unlimited photos, accompanied with fun costumes.
Lucky diners will also get a chance to win gift certificates and attractive souvenir items.
Similar to some Asian countries like China, Thailand, Singapore, Taiwan, Indonesia, Malaysia and some parts of the Philippines, the night market is potential tourism attraction in Bacolod City.
Thus, the Sangguniang Panlungsod of Bacolod City approved on first reading during its midweek session, the establishment of a NIGHT MARKET here.
The ordinance was authored by Councilor Caesar Z. Distrito, Chairperson of the SP Committee on Laws, Ordinances and Good Government, and the former Chairperson of the Committee on Markets and Slaughterhouse.
Called the Night Market Ordinance, Coun. Distrito said, this is one way of increasing the income of our market vendors, by extending their hours of operation, and it will be beneficial to people who go home late from work.
Meantime, Distrito said, the location of night market could be government lands, portion of roads and streets legally and temporarily closed to vehicular traffic to accommodate the night market project of the city government. The location can be expanded, relocated or transferred by the local government as the need arises.
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Governor Alfredo Marañon Jr. yesterday said he had met with two top ranking officials of Ayala Land Inc. to discuss the company’s interest to proceed with its undertaking on the 7.2-hectare prime property of the Negros Occidental provincial government.
Marañon said he had a meeting with Ayala Land president and chief executive officer Antonino Aquino and Ayala Land senior vice president Emilio Tumbocon in Bacolod Tuesday.
Accompanying the governor were Board Member Salvador Escalante Jr., Provincial Administrator Enrique Pinongan, and assistant provincial legal officer Mary Ann Manayon-Lamis.
After saying last year that it wants to "disengage" from the project, property giant Ayala Land Inc. said it is still interested to proceed with its P6-billion Capitol Civic Center on the 7.7-hectare prime property of the Negros Occidental provincial government in Bacolod.
But only if the court case on the said property filed by rival bidder SM Prime Holdings Inc. is "resolved with finality in favor of the province."
In a letter to Gov. Alfredo Marañon Jr. dated July 3, Ayala Land senior vice president Emilio Tumbocon said, "Please trust that your steadfast support and advancement for our transaction, notwithstanding the challenges, weigh in greatly in our consideration of our position and assess-ment of our plans."
Employees, housewives, senior citizens, students and others may avail of discounted quality goods with the Department of Trade and Industry’s (DTI) Diskwento Caravan on July 4-6 at the Bacolod BAYS Center.
The Diskwento Caravan is open to consumers from 9:30AM to 6:30PM.
This year’s theme "Presyong Panalo Para sa Mamimiling Pilipino" will give consumers an opportunity to buy grocery goods, organic and natural food, cosmetics, dry goods and other items at discounted prices even below the suggested retail price.