Rappler's latest stories on Category 2
PAL increasing flights to Hawaii, Guam
Philippine Airlines will fly 5 times a week to Honolulu starting August and to Guam daily by October
How PH aviation transformed from shame to pride
Burdened by sins of the past CAAP was slapped by sanctions by US and EU authorities Now CAAP is the toast of the town
TIMELINE: PH aviation status upgrade
How did the country manage to get an upgrade after 6 years? Let s look back at the events that led to this development
PH may get US aviation upgrade next week
The upgrade to Category 1 status will allow local airlines to open new routes and mount additional flights to the US
PH evaluates: Is Asiana Airlines safe?
Citing the San Francisco crash involving Asiana Airlines the Philippine government decides to put on hold air talks with South Korea
Davao mishap to affect PH aviation status?
How will the Davao airport mishap affect the global safety status of the Philippine aviation body?
Aquino orders CAAP to get PH out of US, EU watchlists
After the lifting of significant safety concerns on Philippine aviation the President says the job is not yet over
PH prepares for FAA safety audit
The US Federal Aviation Administration FAA may conduct an audit of the Philippines for the lifting of the country s Category 2 status
Finally, PH passes aviation safety audit
This marks the first of a series of steps that will allow Philippine carriers to fly to the US and EU
'Aviation safety status update likely in June'
An aviation expert says the industry regulator will likely get a safety status update from the FAA in June
Palace confident PH will pass aviation review in 2013
Deputy presidential spokesperson Abigail Valte says the Philippines will be able to address significant aviation safety concerns in time for the final audit of the International Civil Aviation Organization next year
Palace admits aviation safety status a drag on tourism efforts
A Malacanang official expressed concern over the lingering issue on the ability of the Philippine aviation body to implement safety standards and how this will affect the Aquino government s tourism targets