MANILA, Philippines (The Adobo Chronicles) – Last week, The Adobo Chronicles reported that the U.S. State Department has issued a travel advisory for Americans flying into and out of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) in Manila. The advisory urged travelers to bring raincoats, umbrellas and boots to avoid being soaked in rainwater leaking from the ceiling of NAIA’s Terminal 1.
Manila’s Airport Authority was ordered by Philippine President NoyNoy Aquino to immediately fix the problen to avoid further embarrassment for the country. NAIA has continued to top the list of the world’s worst airports.
Because the airport renovation’s budget 1.3 Billion has all but been expended, the Airport Authority came up with a brilliant idea to fix the problem without costing a lot of money.
Today, NAIA unveiled its new, art nouveau decor consisting of blue and orange tarpaulins that hung just below the leaking ceiling. The artwork doubles up as a catch basin in the event of another rainstorm similar to that which triggered the water leak.
Incoming and outgoing passengers were very impressed at the new artwork saying that they have never seen anything like it in any of the world’s international airports.