The recently tagged as the World’s Worst Airport, Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA), is currently facing negative criticism after a local entrepreneur was charged with a total fee of Php 1,230 for overnight parking.
Gino Caparas, a local businessman, had to pay four times his expected amount after he left the country for a vacation in Singapore as Gino Caparas described the airport’s parking lot as “poorly kept, terribly designed, uncovered parking lot with questionable security for 4 days.”
In a status he posted on Facebook, he criticized NAIA and its staff for “very poorly worded and not very visible” notice about the parking fee increase, and for lack of means in order to address his concerns regarding the incident.
“Thank you, Philippines, for giving me the perfect end to my vacation,” Gino Caparas wrote. “And for constantly challenging my beliefs that the Philippines is worth all the trouble. I really want the Philippines to progress, but with all these boneheaded, abusive changes to our own policies, we’re never gonna grow,” Gino Caparas lamented.
The statement of Gino Caparas, a local businessman, has generated simultaneous response and reactions from the netizens online. Some of the p(–foul word(s) removed–)engers of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 1 also attest on the complaint of Caparas.
Gino Caparas, sponsored statement on Facebook: #WorldsWorstAirport
Update: The statement of Gino Caparas may have been deleted. We will update this post once the complaint of Caparas is available.