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NAIA reshuffles key execs

August 27, 2022 Jun I. Legaspi 845 views

THE leadership of Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) has reshuffled several key positions, an airport report said.

Based on Office Order Number 15-C, 12 key positions were affected, and nine individuals were reshuffled.

According to the report, NAIA Manager Cesar Chiong’s action was in the “interest” of the service and for better services for the clients of the country’s premier airport.

Among those re-assigned was Irene Rosario P. Mortalbo as the new Officer-In-Charge (OIC) of the Office of the Assistant General Manager (AGM) for Finance and Administration.
Enrico Francisco B. Gonzales, former OIC of the Office of the Corporate Management Services Department – transferred to the AGM for Engineering as OIC; Arlene B. Britanico, former AGM for Finance and Administrative, moved to the Office of AGM for Airport Development and Corporate Affairs.

Former Department Manager Airport Operations Department Rafael S. Regular is now the OIC of AGM for Operations and concurrent MAOD, while Juan Marcos O. Reyes, former OIC Office of the AGM for Operations concurrent Manager Business Development and Concessions Department, was transferred to the Office of the AGM for Security and Emergency Services.

Former OIC Office of the AGM for Airport Development and Corporate Affairs Cecilio Bobila is now the OIC for Corporate Management Service Department; Antonio P. Mendoza, former Office of the AGM for-Engineering concurrent OIC Civil Works Department OIC, was moved to Civil Works Department.

AGM for Airport Development and Corporate Affairs Eleuterio A. Torrecampo was transferred as OIC of the Office of the Terminal Manager-NAIA Terminal 1, and Josephine O. Mosot, former Division Manager Business and Investment Development Division, is now the Business Development and Concessions Management, Business and Investment Development Division OIC.

Chiong signed and issued the order “effective” immediately, according to MIAA Media Affairs Head Conny Bungag.

Observers in the airport and aviation industry commended the NAIA general manager’s move and said it would be suitable for both industries.