Marinduque, 40 other provinces to experience dry spell – Pagasa

MANILA, Philippines – Several areas in the country are experiencing the impact of a weak El Niño. In Metro Manila, residents carrying all kinds of water containers are patiently queuing up just to catch the fire brigades’ water rations, even spending five hours or more or even overnight. This is because water supply in La Mesa Dam is quickly drying up and augmentations from Angat and Ipo Dams are still under negotiations. The effects of El Niño are something that concern not only the farmers but almost all households in…

Cebu Pacific to start operations in Marinduque

The Philippines’ largest carrier, Cebu Pacific (PSE: CEB), expands its domestic footprint with the commencement of regular commercial flights between Manila and Marinduque. The Manila-Marinduque route will be operated by subsidiary Cebgo using its fleet of brand-new ATR aircraft. Flights between Manila and Marinduque will commence operations on April 1, 2019 every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. The flight will be operated out of the NAIA Terminal 4 (Manila Domestic Terminal) in Manila. “We are excited to begin operations in one of the most beautiful islands in the Philippines–Marinduque,” said Alexander…