Actress Rhian Ramos.
PHOTO BY INSTAGRAM
DUBAI – The usual serpentine queues at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport were nowhere in sight.
It was a “miracle,” actress Rhian Ramos described in a short video posted on her Instagram account on Saturday.
In a white dress, the star looked like she enjoyed breezing through what appeared an empty airport inspection counter.
Efforts are underway to decongest the Philippines’ busiest airports, including recently approved plans build alternative hubs.
San Miguel Corp’s offer to invest 735.6 billion pesos ($14.1 billion) for an integrated airport project in Bulacan province was approved by a Philippine inter-agency committee led by President Rodrigo Duterte.
The government also approved a 12.6 billion-peso tender to operate Clark international airport. GAD/Expat Media
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