Kalibo Worldwide Airport is lacking 50 Million Pesos (USD 1 Million) from Terminal Price collection. It seems that ticket (price) collectors have put the funds in their possess pockets.
The INQUIRER reports that 11 contractual personnel have been fired. And as typical in the Philippines they ended up mentioned with their full names in the newspaper. In other nations, they would be presumed harmless until finally a court docket has discovered them responsible. The newspaper clarifies that those people involved in the scam collected discarded terminal fee tickets and reissued these to passengers and pocketed the dollars. A CAAP audit workforce conﬁrmed the rip-off involving the recycling of utilised terminal charge tickets.
The irregularities have been uncovered only early this yr by an interior audit staff which testimonials the ﬁnances of all the 41 airports in the state. At minimum PHP 10 million in collections are unaccounted for from January to February this calendar year by itself. From October 2015 up to now, far more than PHP 50 million are lacking.
Picture courtesy of Ritchie Lopa The Kalibo International Airport Terminal Cost Ticket Inspection Counter
Kalibo Intercontinental Airport
Some inquiries – some ideas
- Why just can’t the Philippines include things like the terminal price in ALL tickets? In Manila it is completed, in Cebu it is midway carried out, but all other airports nonetheless engage in with these foolish tiny papers.
- Who is responsible? 1. The accused workers (Thou shalt not steal!) but 2. the lousy management and controlling. After a lot more than 6 months they learned that dollars is lacking.
- They say that KIA (Kalibo Intercontinental Airport) is the Philippines’ fourth busiest worldwide airport with 2,000 global passengers daily. Wherever do go the day by day PHP 1.5 Million? Definitely not into furniture!
- Wanting at the photo previously mentioned, we suggest that the Indians from Cebu (GMR-Megawide Cebu Airport Corporation) take around KIA and clean up as the did with fantastic success in Cebu-Mactan.