The Philippine Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) has placed restrictions on the number of travelers arriving at the country's primary international air hub at Manila's Ninoy Aquino Airport for a month.

From March 18 to April 19, the capacity cap will limit international inbound arriving passengers to 1,500 per day. The new .......

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