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Civil aviation agency shuffles airport execs

LAOAG CITY—The Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines has shuffled several area and airport managers because of the ongoing “reformation” in the agency.

At a ceremony held at Laoag International Airport yesterday afternoon, CAAP Head Executive Assistant Rey Avilla led the turnover ceremony attended by airlines and aviation officials of the city.

CAAP director-general William K. Hotchkiss III signed the reassignments and designation orders of the affected personnel.

Former area/airport manager, Area Center 1 (Laoag) Efren Nagrama was designated as area/airport manager, Area Center Xl (Davao), while area/airport manager, Area Center II (Tuguegarao) Ronald Estabillo was designated as area/airport manager, Area Center 1 (Laoag).

Mary Sulyn Sagorsor designated as the new area/airport manager, Area Center ll (Tuguegarao).

Meanwhile, engineer Agnes Udang, former area/airport manager, Area Center Xl (Davao) was transferred to the Aerodrome Development and Management Service.

Nagrama has served CAAP as area manager for Caticlan, Iloilo, Bacolod, Tacloban before serving as the Laoag area manager for the last eight months before his designation as Davao area manager.

CAAP central office also announced  the designation of department manager Raul Glorioso as the new head of ADMS replacing veteran civil aviation manager Frederick San Felix who retires after almost 39 years of service with the agency.

San Felix served as airport manager of Davao covering airports of GenSan, Cotabato, Bislig and Tandag, after which he was promoted to the position of area center manager for Cebu-Mactan International Airport, Davao, Iloilo and Bacolod Silay with his last position as ADMS head before his retirement.

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