January 29, 2015

# The VC experience

Victoria Court has a dream. That dream is to transport its guests to a different reality from the time one drives into the properties until they check out. Victoria Court has a vision. That vision is to be the perfect host and delight guests every time, every stay.

Having these challenges in mind, the team has come up with #TheVCExperience – a campaign aimed at informing guests of the distinction that comes with staying at Victoria Court. What makes Victoria Court unique? What sets Victoria Court apart from its competitors? It is #TheVCExperience.

#TheVCexperience showcases everything you can possibly do at Victoria Court. Victoria Court’s goal is to own milestones. From Anniversaries to thematic debuts, they offer the experience customized and catered just for you. Being known for having Superthematic Suites that cater to one’s fantasy date or perfect thematic party, why not party in costume or character. Choose who you want to be for your birthday or stag party. If you want to be the President of the United States for a day, try the Oval Office at Victoria Court Pasig. Addicted to game of thrones, choose your Kingdom and win the Throne at Victoria Court Cuneta. So many themes to choose from – Be Someone Else today.

Wanting that perfect place for a proposal? Choose from Victoria Court’s destination suites. Santorini, Maldives, Sedona, Bali, whatever backdrop you wish, they can provide. Victoria Court will do everything it can to make her say YES. Share with the world how She said Yes.

Dance like no one is watching or try to hit those high notes, in the privacy of your own suite with only your friends to see and hear. Party Beyond Ordinary is Victoria Court’s promise.



Relax and put your feet up. Victoria Court’s amenities include Jacuzzis and intimate tubs where you can just forget the world, even just for awhile. Enjoy the LED Flat Screen TVs and surround sound system and cheer for your favorite Ms. Universe candidate and scream as loud as you can when she wins.



This 2015, Victoria Court will be coming up with more themes and packages experiences to tickle your fancy. Victoria Court’s dream is to give you the perfect experience for that once in a lifetime milestone. Victoria Court’s vision is to be THE perfect host at that perfect moment.
Find your Sweet escape, Party Beyond Ordinary, Feel the distinction and let Victoria Court share with you #TheVCExperience.

For inquiries and reservations, please call us at 0917-9810084. Follow @victoriacourtvc on Twitter and Instagram and like our Facebook Fan page www.facebook.com/VictoriaCourtph or check our website at www.victoriacourt.biz for new promos and events.

January 14, 2015

Buffalo Wild Wings Opening Day on Jan 29

Buffalo Wild Wings, America’s well-loved restaurant famous for its wings, beer and immersive sports viewing experience, announces its arrival on Philippine shores with nothing less than “Free Wings For A Year” to the first 100 guests who will line up during its opening day on January 29 at Estancia Mall, Capitol Commons in Pasig City.



Be the first of the 100 guests to receive 52 coupons that can be exchanged for snack size servings of Buffalo Wild Wing’s award-winning New York-style chicken wings for the rest of the year. Meanwhile, those who won’t make the cut can still win free wings as Buffalo Wild Wings is giving away coupons for the rest of the day to lucky customers.

Buffalo Wild Wings was founded in Ohio 30 years ago by Jim Disbrow and Scott Lowery, who both have a passion for wings, beer, and sports. Its New York-style chicken wings, handspun in 18 varieties of signature sauces and seasonings with sensational flavors ranging from Sweet BBQ to Blazin’, have won recognitions and awards through the years.

Aside from serving wings and boldly-flavored American comfort food, Buffalo Wild Wings also boasts of its extensive selection of local and imported beers and state-of-the-art wall-to-wall HD flat-screen TVs that capture the energy of a sports stadium. Thus, expect to experience Buffalo Wild Wings as one of the coolest restaurants where guests are always welcome to dine, chill out and relax while rooting for their favorite games.

Who doesn’t want free wings for a year? If you are a sports-loving Filipino foodie, line up and be counted!

Buffalo Wild Wings’ foray in the Philippines is made possible by The Bistro Group of
Restaurants, one of the country’s biggest restaurant operators and a pioneer in the local casual dining segment.

A letter from Air Asia Group CEO Mr. Tony Ferdandes

The past few weeks have been the most difficult weeks of my life since starting AirAsia 13 years ago.

I wanted to reach out and thank you for the warmth and support given to all of us. Your messages of love and encouragement strengthen our resolve to be better. We will continue to provide updates as the investigation goes on.

Rest assured, we are committed to reviewing and improving our products and services. We are more focused than ever to provide you with nothing but the best.

Even in our toughest times, we will continue to be the world's best and be better for you.

Together with my 17,000 AirAsia Allstars, we ask that you join us in praying for the family members and loved ones of those on board QZ8501.

#togetherwestand

Love,



January 8, 2015

Philippine Airlines Cancels Flights for the Papal Visit 2015

The 31 cancelled domestic and international PAL flights on Jan. 15 are:

Manila-Bacolod-Manila (2P2907/2908)

Manila-Busuanga-Manila (2P2033/2034)

Manila-Cagayan de Oro-Manila (2P2527/2528)
Manila-Cagayan de Oro-Manila (2P2525/2526)
Manila-Caticlan-Manila (2P2057/2058)

Manila-Caticlan-Manila (2P2049/2050)
Manila-Caticlan-Manila (2P2063/2064)
Manila-Caticlan-Manila (2P2053/2054)

Manila-Davao-Manila (2P2817/2818)
Manila-Davao-Manila (2P2819/2820)
Manila-Davao-Manila (2P2823/2824)

Manila-Dumaguete-Manila (2P2543/2544)
Manila-Laoag-Manila (2P2196/2197)

Manila-Legazpi-Manila (2P2927/2928)

Manila-Puerto Princesa-Manila (2P2787/2788)
Manila-Surigao-Manila (2P2095/2096)

Manila-Tacloban-Manila (2P2985/2986)
Manila-Tacloban-Manila (2P2987/2988)

Manila-Tagbilaran-Manila (2P2777/2778)

Manila-Tuguegarao-Manila (2P2014/2015)

Manila-Zamboanga-Manila (2P2997/2998)

Cebu-Manila (PR2860)

Manila-Cebu-Manila (PR2861/2862)
Manila-Cebu (PR2863)

Manila-Singapore-Manila (PR511/502)

Manila-Hong Kong-Manila (PR318/319)

Manila-Hong Kong-Manila (PR312/313)

Manila-Kansai (PR408)

Manila-Bangkok-Manila (PR736/737)

Manila-Honolulu-Manila (PR100/101)

Davao-Manila (2P2808 Jan. 16)

Those cancelled on Jan. 19 are:

Manila-Bacolod-Manila (2P2903/2914)

Manila-Basco-Manila (2P2084/2085)

Manila-Busuanga-Manila (2P2031/2032)

Manila-Butuan-Manila (2P2967/2968)

Manila-Cagayan de Oro-Manila (PR1519/1520)

Manila-Calbayog-Manila (2P2071/2072)

Manila-Catarman-Manila (2P2079/2080)

Manila-Caticlan-Manila (2P2039/2040)
Manila-Caticlan-Manila (2P2045/2046)
Manila-Caticlan-Manila (2P2043/2044)
Manila-Caticlan-Manila (2P2051/2052)
Manila-Caticlan-Manila (2P2059/2060)
Manila-Caticlan-Manila (2P2041/2042)

Manila-Davao-Manila (2P2811/2810)
Manila-Davao-Manila (2P2813/2814)

Manila-Iloilo-Manila (2P2931/2940)

Manila-Kalibo-Manila (2P2969/2970)

Manila-Legazpi-Manila (2P2925/2926)

Manila-Naga-Manila (2P2265/2266)

Manila-Ozamiz-Manila (2P2889/2890)

Manila-Puerto Princesa-Manila (2P2781/2782)

Manila-Roxas-Manila (2P2201/2202)

Manila-Surigao-Manila (2P2095/2096)

Manila-Tacloban-Manila (2P2981/2982)

Manila-Tagbilaran-Manila (2P2773/2774)

Manila-Zamboanga-Manila (2P2993/2994)
Manila-Zamboanga-Manila (2P2991/2992)

Zamboanga-Jolo-Zamboanga (2P2245/2246)
Manila-Cebu-Manila (PR2841/2842)

Cebu-Manila (PR2846)
Manila-Cebu (PR2849)

Manila-Hong Kong-Manila (PR300/301)
Manila-Hong Kong (PR312 Jan. 18) & Hong Kong-Manila (PR313)

Manila-Singapore (PR509 Jan. 18) & Singapore-Manila (PR510)

Manila-Haneda-Manila (PR422/421)
Manila-Haneda-Manila (PR424/423 Jan. 18)

Manila-Bangkok-Manila (PR730/731)

Manila-Jakarta-Manila (PR539/540)

Manila-Fukuoka-Manila (PR426/425)

Manila-Singapore-Manila (PR507/508)

Passengers booked on these flights are advised to call PAL Reservations (632-8558888) for rebooking and/or refund assistance. Tickets may be rebooked for travel within 30 days from the original travel date without penalty, provided tickets are still valid. Tickets may be refunded without penalty. Rerouting will be allowed under certain conditions.

Passengers may also check the PAL website (www.philippineairlines.com) or PAL Facebook page for updates on the status of their flights.

Passengers are likewise advised to allot more time in going to the airport due to road closures and the anticipated traffic from well-wishers who will line up the streets around the airport.
PAL will fly the Pope to Tacloban on Jan. 17, leaving Manila at 8:15 AM, returning at 5:00 PM.

PAL has been tagged official Papal carrier of Pope Francis' first pastoral visit to the Philippines, after past experience of flying now Saint John Paul II in 1981 and 1995.

source : http://www.philippineairlines.com/news-and-events/pal-adjusts-flights-during-papal-visit/

Cancelled Flights of Cebu Pacific Air for the Papal Visit 2015

Listed herein are the flights that been cancelled for the Papal Visit 2015

January 15, 2015

5J479/480 Manila – Bacolod – Manila
5J481/482 Manila – Bacolod – Manila
5J487/488 Manila – Bacolod – Manila

5J529/530 Manila – Busuanga – Manila
5J531/532 Manila – Busuanga – Manila
5J539/540 Manila – Busuanga – Manila

5J787/788 Manila – Butuan – Manila

5J899/900 Manila – Caticlan – Manila
5J905/906 Manila – Caticlan – Manila
5J911/912 Manila – Caticlan – Manila

5J573/566 Manila – Cebu – Manila
5J569/570 Manila – Cebu – Manila
5J571/572 Manila – Cebu – Manila

5J385/386 Manila – Cagayan de Oro – Manila
5J389/390 Manila – Cagayan de Oro – Manila
5J391/392 Manila – Cagayan de Oro – Manila

5J629/630 Manila – Dumaguete – Manila

5J955/956 Manila – Davao – Manila
5J969/972 Manila – Davao – Manila
5J973/974 Manila – Davao – Manila
5J975/966 Manila – Davao – Manila

5J979 Manila – Davao
5J960 Davao – Manila

5J995/996 Manila – General Santos – Manila

5J447/448 Manila – Iloilo – Manila
5J449/450 Manila – Iloilo – Manila
5J455/456 Manila – Iloilo – Manila
5J457/458 Manila – Iloilo – Manila
5J459/460 Manila – Iloilo – Manila
5J461/462 Manila – Iloilo – Manila
5J463/464 Manila – Iloilo – Manila

5J327/328 Manila – Legazpi – Manila
5J329/330 Manila – Legazpi – Manila

5J639/640 Manila – Puerto Princesa – Manila

5J653/654 Manila – Tacloban – Manila
5J657/658 Manila – Tacloban – Manila
5J659/660 Manila – Tacloban – Manila

5J506/507 Manila – Tuguegarao – Manila

​​​5J855/856 Manila – Zamboanga – Manila
5J857/858 Manila – Zamboanga – Manila

5J140/141 Cebu – Caticlan – Cebu

5J929/930 Manila – Bangkok – Manila

5J118/119 Manila – Hong Kong – Manila

5J188/189 Manila – Incheon – Manila

5J828/827 Manila – Osaka – Manila

5J5038/5039 Manila – Nagoya – Manila



January 17, 2015


5J651/652 Manila – Tacloban – Manila
5J653/654 Manila – Tacloban – Manila
5J657/658 Manila – Tacloban – Manila
5J659/660 Manila – Tacloban – Manila

5J424/425 Cebu – Tacloban – Cebu
5J426/427 Cebu – Tacloban – Cebu
5J428/429 Cebu – Tacloban – Cebu


January 19, 2015

5J473/474 Manila – Bacolod – Manila
​5J483/484 Manila – Bacolod – Manila
5J485/486 Manila – Bacolod – Manila

5J529/530 Manila – Busuanga – Manila
5J539/540 Manila – Busuanga – Manila

5J785/786 Manila – Butuan – Manila

5J891/892 Manila – Caticlan – Manila
5J893/894 Manila – Caticlan – Manila
5J895/898 Manila – Caticlan – Manila
5J907/896 Manila – Caticlan – Manila
5J905/906 Manila – Caticlan – Manila
5J911/912 Manila – Caticlan – Manila​

5J885/886 Manila – Cotabato – Manila

5J561/554 Manila – Cebu – Manila
5J553/562 Manila – Cebu – Manila
5J563/564 Manila – Cebu – Manila

5J381/382 Manila – Cagayan de Oro – Manila
5J383/384 Manila – Cagayan de Oro – Manila
5J397/398 Manila – Cagayan de Oro – Manila

5J196/197 Manila – Cauayan – Manila

5J625/626 Manila – Dumaguete – Manila

5J961/962 Manila – Davao – Manila
5J963/964 Manila – Davao – Manila
5J975/966 Manila – Davao – Manila

5J991/992 Manila – General Santos – Manila

5J451/452 Manila – Iloilo – Manila
5J453/454 Manila – Iloilo – Manila

5J323/324 Manila – Legazpi – Manila

5J521/522 Manila – Naga – Manila

5J781/782 Manila – Ozamiz – Manila

5J771/772 Manila – Pagadian – Manila

5J635/636 Manila – Puerto Princesa – Manila
5J637/638 Manila – Puerto Princesa – Manila

5J513/514 Manila – San Jose – Manila

5J651/652 Manila – Tacloban – Manila

5J617/618 Manila – Tagbilaran – Manila

5J821/822 Manila – Virac – Manila

5J849/850 Manila – Zamboanga – Manila
5J851/852 Manila – Zamboanga – Manila
5J857/858 Manila – Zamboanga – Manila​

5J134/135 Cebu – Caticlan – Cebu

5J929/930 Manila – Bangkok – Manila

5J108/109 Manila – Hong Kong – Manila
5J110/111 Manila – Hong Kong – Manila

Passengers in these cancelled flights may avail any of the following options without additional charges:

1) Rebook their flights within 30 days from original departure date; or
2) request for a full travel fund or refund.

To specify their preferred option, passengers may call +(632)7020888 or +(6332)2308888, or visit Cebu Pacific's organic ticket offices listed below:


  • NAIA Terminal 3 Sales Office – Level 3, Departure Hall, NAIA Terminal 3, Andrews Ave., Pasay City
  • NAIA Terminal 4 Express Ticket Office – Old Domestic Road, Pasay City
  • Robinsons Galleria – West Lane, Level 1, Ortigas Ave. cor. ADB Ave. Quezon City
  • Robinsons Place Imus – Level 4, Aguinaldo Highway Imus, Cavite
  • Robinsons Place Manila – Level 1 Adriatico Wing, Pedro Gil cor. Adriatico St. Ermita Manila
  • Cebu Airport Ticket Office – Mactan International Airport, Lapu-Lapu, Cebu City
  • Robinsons Fuente – Fuente OsmeƱa, Cebu City​​​

Source : https://www.cebupacificair.com/Pages/travel-advisory.aspx?id=52

AirAsia Philippines Canceled Flights for the Papal Visit 2015

FLIGHT ADVISORY

In line with the Papal Visit, roads leading to the airport will be temporarily closed and will therefore affect airline operations from 15 – 19 January 2015. Selected AirAsia flights will be cancelled. Please see link for complete list of cancelled flights: 


Affected passengers will be able to choose from these options:

1. Move to the next available flights of the same route within 30 days from original departure

2. Credit shell valid for 90 days

3. Refund

We will provide updates as soon as they are available. Guests will also receive SMS and E-mail notifications based on the contact information on their booking. For more information and assistance, guests may call our hotline: (+632) 742 – 2742 from Mondays – Sundays at 7:00 AM – 10:00 PM or reach us through our Live Chat at http://www.airasia.com/ph/en/live-chat.page or submit an E-Form at http://www.airasia.com/ph/en/e-form.page.

Thank you and we are hoping for your understanding. ‪#‎PapalVisitPH


January 3, 2015

AirAsia Indonesia Flight QZ8501 Update as of January 2, 2015


PRESS STATEMENT
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 


AIRASIA INDONESIA FLIGHT QZ 8501 UPDATE
AS OF 2 JANUARY 2015 21:00 HRS LT (GMT+7)

SURABAYA, 2nd JANUARY 2015 – The Disaster Victim Identification Police Department of Republic of Indonesia (DVI POLRI) today confirmed that the remains of three more passengers on board QZ 8501 were identified as Grayson Herbert Linaksita (male), Khairunisa Haidar Fauzi (female), and Kevin Alexander Sutjipto (male).

The handover of the remains from AirAsia to the families took place earlier today at Bhayangkara Hospital, Surabaya.

Khairunisa Haidar Fauzi was one of the flight attendants on board QZ 8501, and has been with AirAsia Indonesia since 28 January 2013. Khairunisa was well known for her professionalism as well as dedication at work.

Group CEO of AirAsia, Tony Fernandes together with Co-Founder and Executive Chairman of AirAsia Berhad, Datuk Kamarudin Meranun and CEO of AirAsia Indonesia, Sunu Widyatmoko flew to Palembang today to officially handover the remain of Khairunisa Haidar Fauzi to her family and attended her burial.

To date, DVI POLRI team has identified four remains of QZ 8501 passengers. A total of twenty two remains of QZ 8501 passengers have been recovered.

AirAsia would like to take this opportunity to urge the public seeking for progress on the search and evacuation of QZ 8501 passengers to refer solely to official information from the National Search and Rescue Agency.

Our thoughts and prayers remain with the families and friends of our passengers and colleagues on board QZ 8501.

Further information will be released as soon as it becomes available.

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About AirAsia Indonesia 

AirAsia Indonesia operates in Indonesia under the company PT Indonesia AirAsia. It was established through a joint venture between AirAsia International Ltd and PT Awair International. Established in December 2004, the airline has been operating for 10 years with hubs in Jakarta, Bandung, Bali, Surabaya and Medan. It has a fleet of 29 Airbus A320-200. To date, AirAsia Indonesia has carried over 40 million passengers and currently operates 33 routes of which 21 are international and 12 domestic.
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