CAAP failed to prepare the country for the FAA review

Roxas tagged CAAP Officials Incompetent

February 5, 2012

 







Manila -  The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has rated the Philippines anew as "FAILED" in its aviation compliance directive, and recommended that the country should remain further under heightened surveillance (CAT 2), according to initial reports submitted to Washington.

"It (the Philippines) failed  to pass our technical review" says one of the members of the FAA team that went to the Philippines two weeks ago. He was speaking on conditions of anonymity as he was not authorized to speak on the matter.


Among the FAA Technical Team that went to the Philippines were Jacque Astre, FAA Team Leader; Beverly Sharkey, Team Attorney; Craig Michael, Operations Team Member; Andre Lamarre, Airworthiness Team Member and Julianna Kim, State Department International Transportation Officer, as observer.

"We told the Secretary of Transport the real score and he was disappointed with our report" says the source. The FAA Audit Report was already shipped to the Philippines last week.

Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) Secretary Mar Roxas was reported to have walked out during an exit conference last January 27, 2012 conducted by Operations Inspector Specialist Jacques Astre, head of the FAA technical team, when he was mislead by CAAP officials as to its readiness to take on the FAA audit.

Secretary Roxas hurriedly left the CAAP building in Pasay City around 11:30 in disgust followed by some CAAP officials pleading to him to come back to the meeting but his face showed how the progress review went. Sources from inside DOTC said that the Secretary was so disgusted with CAAP officials, saying the officials failed to prepare the country for the FAA review.

Press briefing later that day showed a sanitized report as it contained contradictory statement to the real score of Philippine Aviation announcing a complimentary remark from Jacques Astre.

In the announcement, CAAP declared that the Federal Aviation Administration’s Technical Review team tasked with assessing the country’s readiness for an International Aviation Safety Assessment (IASA) audit complimented the CAAP on its progress, saying the agency had accomplished “more in six months than in the previous five years.” 

The FAA representative however stopped short of declaring the Philippines eligible for Category 1 status, pointing out that issues in Legislation, Licensing & Certification Obligations and Resolution on Safety Issues still has to be resolved.

FAA inspectors was very concerned on CAAP’s certification processes for aircraft and personnel, and should accordingly focus its efforts in resolving the problem, the report said.

FAA said that the next audit will be done by The International Aviation Safety Assessment Program (IASA) sometime in February but the specific date was not announced to CAAP. The FAA report said another technical review is necessary before another formal audit could be conducted.

The International Aviation Safety Assessment Program (IASA Program) is a program established by the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration in 1992 designed to appreciate a country's ability to adhere to standards and recommended practices for aircraft operations and maintenance. 

Upon hearing Astre's remarks, DOTC Secretary Mar Roxas became infuriated with the CAAP officials in attendance at the briefing, berating them for failing to adequately prepare for the FAA review before walking out of the meeting. 

Sec. Roxas was interviewed later by the Inquirer who hinted that the Aquino Administration might consider giving up on the issue of upgrading our aviation status, explaining that “It’s our decision to invite them [the FAA] back,” based on the findings of the technical review team’s report.

The FAA told CAAP that it should focus more its attention to the five phases in certification process: application, submission of documents, review of submitted documents, demonstration of capability and issuance of certificate.

When pressed for comment, CAAP said that they were “minor issues” that can easily be resolved.

“The technical review is meant to prepare us for the IASA audit. Minor issues need to be rectified. We ask questions and they provide answers and recommendations. In the actual audit, there will be no questions. It’s either pass or fail,” said CAAP director general Ramon Gutierrez Saturday.

106 comments:

  1. This is disappointing. Looks like CAAP needs a total overhaul, from head to toe. Replace those old, incompetent officials who are still attached to the old order of things and bring in some fresh yet competent ones who has the eagerness to remove the "curse" brought upon us by the Yankees and the Europeans.

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    1. Don't say all those in CAAP are incompetent. There are a few hundred souls working hard with dedication. What about those in the Air Traffic Control positions..... don't tell me they're all incompetent? Pls .... huwag mo nmn lahatin. Well, anyway your observation is true...maraming walang alam talaga dyan sa CAAP na yan lalo na yung mga retiredf military people....They know nothing better than to say ..that's an order...

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    2. Not all CAAP employees are incompetent. In fact, most of the technical people are highly skilled and are far better trained compared to other CAAs in the Asia-Pacific. The problem is, the people appointed to the executive and management positions do not have enough experience on civil aviation. Though, high-ranking officials from the Air Force, the experience they have will never be adequate. Civil aviation is not the same as military aviation. CAAP does not need retired military officials but a leader who knows how to handle operations and who can run the business at par with other businesses in the corporate world.

      Indeed, CAAP needs a total overhaul starting from how and whom the President appoints.

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  2. its all started by a corrupt official way back ATO days, namely MR. JATICO and his son JOHN JOHN JATICO who is a frustrated PILOT and now he has his own FLYING SCHOOL at DUMAGUETE, how come he can put up this things can someone tell me what is the salary of this two corrupt father and son?, PLEASE PLEASE kindly make a LIFESTYLe check specially to JOHN JATICO who has also a mistress at ASIAN SPIRIT (since asian spirit) now ZEST AIR namely MARYJANE, is this a kind of public official to be respected? OH NO.....PUT BACK MY TAX john JATICO

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    1. I KNOW THIS ISSUE, im a former Asian Spirit ground Staff, all i can say "YOU ROCK"

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    2. paki lifestyle check naman yan mr. ombudsman

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    3. hahahahaha babaero eh ubod ng panget at taba mo naman JATICOLCOL

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  3. a mistress? this is not new for a corrupt government official

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  4. how can they buy an airplane our president receive only 120k per month

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  5. this is a real real big issue

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  6. GO GO GO PHILIPPINES

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  7. for your reference

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  8. This shows corruption and "padrino" system still exist in CAAP. It is only the simple task to make rules more strict, but why they cannot do that? I'm also disgusted for CAAP. Even the Aquino Administration is giving up for making the Philippine Aerospace more competitive...

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  9. what do you expect of all these corrupt top managers of CAAP? As long as the deep pockets can be filled they are happy and don't mind the audit at all.

    get these corrupt and inefficient guys out and get guys in which know what they are doing and pay your inspectors well so to stop corruption. you pay peanuts and you get monkeys and now we have monkeys in CAAP and corrupt ones as such

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    1. Tama ka Bro....d2 sa CAAP may manager na walang alam pro may masters degree at kailan lng nakapagtapos pa ng DPA..Doctor in Public Administration....he..he...he.... Isa rin cya dapat i-lifestyle check mo Ombudsman. A ubod ng yaman na cya Bro. He can afford .....really money speks louder than brains...

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  10. the guys at CAAP worked to prepare for this assessment however, as long as incompetent/unskilled inspectors are still in CAAP, they will not pass in the application phase alone...

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    1. Agree. There are a lot of incompetent inspector at CAAP.

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  11. as long as these inspectors are not paid properly only corrupt ones will be in CAAP and the system is corrupt from top to bottom

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  12. any news about the corruption issue charged to JATICO's? damn public official. they should put also in JAIL LIKE GLORIA

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  13. dapat Lang na makulong din yang JATICO i remember nung nasa ATO pa ko panay corruption issue at panay Travel nyan si JOHN JOHN kaya marami na pepending na license for signature, malakas lang kasi kay gloria yang tatay nya eh ngayon may flying school na teka muna diba maykasama sya na check pilot sa CAAP na corrupt din sa flying school nya? baka nag away na at naghiwalay na sila, mga kababayan kawawa naman tayo sa mga gantong klaseng tao, di nalalayo ang mga ito sa mga GENERAL PABAON SYSTEM, kawawa na nga pilipinas lalo pang kinakawawa ng kawatan na to, IM CALLING THE ATTENTION OF TULFO BROTHERS TO INVESTIGATE JOHN JATICO ON HOW HE CAN PUT UP A MILLION COST OF FLYING SCOOL eh wala ngang trabaho o business to, in short CORRUPT MONEY galing kawawa naman mabibiktima kung mag CRASH yung mga airplane na galing sa CORRUPT

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    1. mag suicide na din kayo

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    2. investigate that flying school

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  14. ACCELERATED FLIGHT ACADEMY INTERNATIONAL INC.

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    1. ohhh this is what im looking for, a juice from corruption

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  15. why is nobody calling for the investigation of the present DG? ha and his DDG Garcia are even more corrupt as the whole Jatico Family could have ever been. look at their travels, their houses, their cars etc. etc.

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    1. lahat sila corrupt lahat sila dapat kulong

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  16. i like to be a pilot but i dont want to fly on this school, it has gravity of corruption

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  17. haaayyy salamat sa mga corrupt na tulad nyo mabuhay kayo

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  18. the reason i leave this office because of this corruption issue and undeclared travel allowance, goodluck To those still there

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  19. how will CebuPac fly their future A333 to EU and US? they waste money on that venture

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  20. The Government plans for better Airports in the country, Now, What difference will it make if they give up on this issue? If they give up now then when will we be upgraded to Category 1 Status? Requirements may not have been fully meet, give them time and someday they will meet these standards... And Why put all the attention to these failures? CAAP did their part even if it wasn't enough.

    I despise the fact that Sec.Roxas walked out. He could have at least thanked CAAP for meeting some of the requirements... There's always a room for improvement. Don't drag CAAP down just because of some officials are corrupt.

    Just my two cents.

    - From an Aviation Enthusiast..
    Good Day Everyone.

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    1. Lol.. The problem CAAP faces right now is also due to their own doing. CAAP (former ATO) corruption practices goes way way back.

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  21. CAAP is not being dragged down because CAAP is dragging down itself. once CAAP changes its attitude and work-style and reduce corruption in ALL Levels then the time has come CAAP will move forward. everything else is just another window dressing. CAAP and our country will move also forward. this has to start with a resignation of all senior managers in CAAP and give Sec. Mar the free hand needed to appoint people who have really the know-how and the spirit to lift our country and CAAP out of this mess

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    1. Haven't the present Government already replaced the Senior Officials?

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    2. Pinalitan na nya pro mas corrupt din doon sa pinalitan.

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  22. Didn't Pnoy replace the GMA guy with these corrupt ones? Or have I missed something?

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  23. bakit ka naghihimutok yan dahil ba sa tinanggal ka at ikaw yong corrup, gusto mo magresign lahat ng senior management topos ano para ikaw ang ilagay, dba nanyan ka at wala ka nagawa kundi mang ipit ng license para magbayad sila sa iyo bago mo irelease... waaaa. haaaa. magmomok ka na lang

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    1. are you referring to JOHN JOHN JATICO

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    2. yah john jatico and ret. gen jatico

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    3. magnanakaw galit sa kapwa magnanakaw. kaya ka gitil kay jatico.

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  24. It was a stupid decision to drive Al Cusi and his "troop" out of CAAP no matter whether his assignment was not according to regulations or not.
    He had the trust of FAA+EASA+ICAO to do the neccessary improvements.
    And he took great steps towards regaining FAA Cat I status which was acknowledged by FAA and EASA then. SO, when he left everything accomplished was reverted and the philippines aviation is now exactly where it was before Cusi !

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    1. ...i agree with that.

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    2. You're right... that man was on the right track when he was forcibly removed from CAAP.

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  25. Cusi? how come he had the trust of all these int. guys? why did the airlines not back him up? why was he fired and can Pnoy not get him back or someone of that stature?

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    1. They tried to get him back after CAAP failed last time. But he said he would return only under HIS conditions (one of his conditions was - no more political interference -) but they did not even react further on his response ...

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  26. It's not only CAAP has lost, its also PAL and Boeing has lost too! The news reported that PAL would have funded the consultant Tim Neil & Ass. (TNA) for CAAP the reality is Boeing through a chap called Larry Kephart, a former FAA guy and salesman of TNA, arranged the consultancy of TNA. Proof is on the ICAO website

    http://www2.icao.int/en/SCAN/Lists/ExistingProjects/AllItems.aspx

    Philippines Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines Boeing; Tim Neel Associates Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines
    AIR
    OPS
    AIR; OPS 2011-05 / 2011-12
    Assistance toward achieving U.S. FAA Category 1 rating
    Terry McVenes Terry.L.McVenes@boeing.com 21/10/2011 11:52 AM Terry.L.McVenes boeing.com Terry.L.McVenes[at]boeing.com

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  27. hey, ang galing talaga ntin tumingin ng mali ng iba pero amg dungis sa sarili mong mukha d mo nakita. your very righteous mr commentator... are u really good??? o nainggit ka lang common mangurakot ka rin para matigil ka d kay maghusga ka nalang ni john jatico na d mo naman siguro siya masyadong kilala. bakit yan lang ba ang financial resources niya para e accuse mo ng gannoon??? sobrang galing mo???

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    1. mga dude relax..peace bakit hindi natin pa lifestyle check si jatico para ma solve ang problem. in fact they should face the corruption issue, kayanga sila pinatalsikmdyan sa ATO,dati, can you also investigate also about the mistress girl at ZEST AIR the truth will reveal

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    2. puro corrupt yan that time wala ngang trabaho yan at business tapos nakabili ng eroplano

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    3. kawawa naman asawa mo john john wag kang mambabae please

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    4. i know who is the mistrees girl, hahahahaha

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    5. Mga kapatid.... cnu ba yang jatico na yan? Hindi nyo ba alam ang ibig sabihin ng Ja...ti....co? Partehan di ba? Kung piso ang kanya, piso din ang sa yo he..he...he...he... Di hapi ol ika nga.

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  28. please open your mind to all aviator in general aviation, please rate nga po ninyo si gen. jatico at ang mga sumunod na nakaupo sa caap. kung sino po talaga ang nangurakot sa kanila? si assec. jatico walang mga negosyo? walang magara na bahay sa dumaguete? yong flying school na tinutukoy hindi totoo yan. na meron? ikaw kaya d mo kaya hinakot ang pera ng caap para ilipat sa sarili mong accounts? kaya ka nakabili ng bhay sa mckinly? e check po ninyo si cusi nasaan napunta ang 20 M na intelligent fun??? common guys nakakatawa ka talaga... ang utak mo barya barya lang. at dapat d ka patulan at wala kang kwenta....

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    1. dapat mag pa lifestyle check sila at mag volunteer para to end up this corrupt issue

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    2. corrupt mga yan saka may mga babae yan na ramp agent since asian spirit now zest air na, dyan napunta mga kinurup nya

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    3. MGA GENERAL PABAON DIN YAN GAYA KO - angelo reyes

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    4. mga chick boy eh ang taba taba at panget naman

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    5. mga corrupt na mga manloloko pa ng asawa

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  29. THE REAL STORY TO FOCUS ON:
    When will the real/true "CAAP" show in its full implementation? It seems like our ADMIN officials of CAAP are always pending the plantilla for all its employees. "Kawawa naman po ung mga JOB ORDERS na ilang taon na since maging CAAP (2008) ay still JOB ORDERS until now (2012)...pero may ITEM/POSITION naman na dapat ibigay na sa mga employees na pumasa sa STANDARDS (Education and Experience) - dapat isumbong na sa DOLE ito kasi ilang years nang JOB ORDER, walang benefits na natatanggap - our new ANS alone are licensed engineers. WHOEVER READS THIS: PLEASE PASS!

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  30. corrupt kasi yan si jatico tama lang patalsikin yan. pati si cusi

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  31. who is maryjane J.?

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    1. girlfriend ni spiderman

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  32. TO ALL THOSE TOP OFFICIALS of CAAP: (especially Dr. Bondoc and Dir. Ramon Guttierez)---also heads of the ANS, ATC, FSIS, ADMS...

    Ayusin na pa natin ang CAAP...."what will we show the world when even the interior of our own backyard is full of dirt"...Please implement the CAAP in its full position to give glory to the Filipino people.We are here to serve them best way as we can in the name of aviation safety so give your employees a well compensated salary para naman ganahan mag work diba."

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    1. You don't have any idea who these people (Dr. Bondoc and Dir. Gutierrez) including some more appointed people. Una, they made sure na hawak nila lahat ng top positions: finance, human resource, bids and awards committee, licensing, etc.. you name it. Na box-out nila yung mga dating chief. Why? Di ko alam, pero obvious di ba?

      Di lang nila nahawakan directly ang mga technical departments kagaya ng:
      1. Air navigation maintenance; reason? ano bang alam nila sa paggawa ng mga navigational aides?

      2. Air traffic service; reason? para sa mga highly skilled lang ito, zero ata talaga sila pagdating dito sa operations.

      Ano pa ba? Marami pang iba...

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  33. sana nga , CAAP will be implemented in its full position na...marami po kaming nasa CAAP na nasa mababang posisyon ang affected...

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    1. please focus on the issue..lets help to restored the CAAP to be in category 1 status. lets move on. forget the fast administrations they will not help the present problems of this institution........

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    2. talaga...forget the past and move on CAAP! DG Ramon Gutierrez and all DDGs and ADGs should resign to give our beloved President PNoy and our Sec. Mar a free hand to reorganize CAAP and professionalize the office so we Filipinos can progress back into the international aviation society.

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    3. close all JATICO's FLYING SCHOOL and plane

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    4. This is not a Jatico problem or anti Jatico war, this is our countries aviation future and the present problem starts with the DG down. There ar still honest people working in CAAP but there are too many crooks also. Let's get the crooks out and give the honest ppl a proper salary so tat they are at par with international standards. If this is happening our country is back on the aviation world map with highly tained and qualified and motivated inspectors. Salamat po Mabuhay

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    5. Bakit kung magsalita kayo eh parang Inspectors lang ang nagpapatakbo ng CAAP...? Nakalimutan nyo na yata na ang workhorse talaga ng CAAP na yan eh yung mga ATC's at ANSS people? Kung wala ang mga taong ito, may CAAP ka kaya na masasabi? Cge nga magsalita ka nga......ANoooooooooohhhhh... say mo....

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  34. I agree...Lets help and build the CAAP! so that the ppl and employee of this institutions can move on and work properly to attained their objectives so that the soonest time the CAAP will starts its mandate as institutions.......
    GOOD LUCK to the men and Women of CAAP.

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  35. jatico s corruption still reveal

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  36. its all start with cusi and jatico

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  37. ano bang klaseng site eto!!! wla man lang educational at information discimination puro lang personal na puna kay mr jatico at cusi kaya hindi uunland ang bansa natin nyan. o gusto lang sumikat para may mapag usapan....tsk tsk tsk.......wala kaming paki alam kung sino pa ang umupong corrupt dyan... importante resulta na may ginagawa sila para maimproved ang CAAP.. crab mentality wala talaga.

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  38. paano mag babago ang sistema sa CAAP eh kung ang nakaupong Dir Gen ay kamag anak ni Aquino. GUTIERREZ! isang kurakot pati mga alipores! si BONDOC isa pa! ni PLANTILLA ayaw sundin! ang OLD Civil Service Eligible ( mga "ORGANIC ) ayaw IBIGAY nag posisyon na nararapat. nag mamaang maangan ang ating gobyerno, goodluck sa AVIATION system natin " ITS MORE FUN IN THE PHILIPPINES!" goodluck sa Turismo kung ang himpapawid natin na WALANG rADAR na maayos, lumang airport!

    DAPAT ang ilagay dyan ay yung MAY ALAM sa Aviation!!! kahit sino ang pinuno pag WALA namang alam sa mga dapat gawin , walagn mangyayari! WALO lang ang nirereklamo ng FAA, kung TAMANG TAO ang nakaposisyon dyan, alangan namang di magagawa yan ng mga ORGANIC!!!

    Habulin ang mga kumurakot sa pera ng CAAP... JATICO, CIRON, CUSI, AT ngayon GUTIERREZ!!! karamihan mga RETired military na wala namang alam sa pamamalakad ng Aviation system, RESPITUHIN ang GALING at TALINO ng mga ORGANIC!

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    1. i agree dapat expose ang mga nalalaman natin sa bulok na sistema ng caap i think sa forum na to ma shout out natin mga name nila, bato bato sa langit ang tamaan ay corrupt

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    2. mga bugok... lalo na si john john jatico feeling na frustrated pilot pa.. eh di naman lumilipad yan, makikita nyomsa facebook account ni loko kala mo daming rating eh props lang lahat yan, never lumipad yan puro areglo at type lng sa ato rating nyan eh di nga kumuha ng exam yan eh

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    3. FRUSTRATED PILOT??? BIG LIAR! MATAGAL DIN AKO NAKASAMA SA MGA FLIGHT CHECK, SI SIR JOHN AT CAP SATI CREW NOONG ARAW BAGO AKO MAG ABROAD.


      FORMER CREW/J.O.
      ATO HANGAR

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    4. Nakasama din ako sa mga liparan nila sir jon, sir rommel at captain saty. Tanga lang ang maniniwala diyan kay AGUILAR at yun mga hindi nakakakilala kela sir jatico. halos lingo lingo may schedule ng flightcheck sa mga provincial airports natin. regards to the friday club hangars boys under the mango tree. :)


      former j.o. din ako
      ato hangar boys

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  39. mga CAAP and former ATO personnel pls expose your knowledge about whats happening dyan sa office natin, now its time,

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  40. eh sa english prof exam nga lang ang dami nang corruption at areglo eh.. alam ng mga kasamahan ko yan sa CAAP. maglagay na lang para level 4 agad

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  41. ilang gabi na ako binabagabag ng konsensya ko, sobra ng personal at below the belt mga paninira mo kay sir JATICO. Tuwang-tuwa ka pa araw araw hanbang binabasa mo na may nag rereact sa mga post mo at iyayabang mo pa sa amin. Napakawalang hiya mo talaga RIC AGUILAR! Makonsensya ka naman sa mga ginagawa mo!

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    1. Yari ka manong, BUKING ka!

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    2. Diba yan yun sinibak na corrupt CONSULSOL ni DG GUTIERREZ , wlang alam gawin at mang ipit ng mga papeles at licenses pag walang padulas.

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    3. Oo, si RICARDO AGUILAR nga yun, author ng ELT 406 para gatasan lahat ng hindi maka afford bumili at maglagay nalang sa kanya at sya na bahala sa registro ng eroplano mo. Ang galing mo!

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    4. insured ka ba AGUILAR? baka gusto mo kumuha at nagbebenta ako.. bwahahahahaha!

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    5. pare pareho lng kayo bwaahahahahaha mga ULOPONG

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  42. Hanggat umiiral ang bata-bata at kamag-anak system sa caap, di mapupunuan ang plantilla ng caap ng mga taong qualified at competent personnel..

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  43. ANO KA NGAYON RICARDO AGUILAR, MAG SUICIDE KA NA! BWAHAHAHAHAHA!

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  44. Ric Aguilar is there to protect the interest of zest air

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  45. who is ric aguilar? pls give us more info

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  46. mga manloloko kayo corrupt pa

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  47. mag crash sana kayong lahat dyan sa mga airline ninyo. kayong mga pilotong puro bata system. puro nepotism at bata bata system nyo. mga bobo naman kinukuha ninyo palibhasa kakilala nyo.nakit hindi ninyo bigyan ng chance yung mga deserving na qualified? mag crash sana mga eroplano ninyo

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  48. oo nga. palakaaaaasssaaaaaaaan

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  49. ric aguilar? zest air? areglo?

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  50. CAAP is full of corruption inside of it... Malacañang needs to investigate this stupid caap... and also the EMPLOYEE DYNASTY... most of the employees here has relatives inside, buong family nagtatrabaho sa CAAP? san kapa?...

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