By: Richie Lopa, InterAksyon.com
November 21, 2015 7:50 PM
MANILA – A day after the wrap-up of the APEC summit, operations resumed and flights in and out of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport’s four terminals began cranking again. That is, not without the return of the palpable mood among travelers still wary of the Tanim-Bala (Bullet Planting) scam that refuses to fade from memory.
Passengers affected in over 1,400 flights canceled during the APEC meet rushed back to NAIA to catch up on their itineraries.
The familiar scene of plastic-wrap armored luggage is back, as passengers bound for international destinations lug their travel cases protected by sealing tapes and polyethylene sheets in an attempt to avoid being victimized while transiting through NAIA, now being derisively dubbed by many as the worlds dangerous airport.