Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, Nepal is this year’s “Worst International Airport,” displacing the Philippines.

MANILA, Philippines (The Adobo Chronicles ) – For the last three years, the Philippines’ Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA)  in Manila has been named the worst airport, a distinction that the Aquino administration prides itself about.

“We like being in the world’s top ten lists,” Aquino said previously.

However, in 2015, NAIA has been taken off the bottom of the list, and furthermore, from the top ten list of the world’ worst international airports.

But amid the embarrassing  scheme at NAIA — where bullets are planted into bags of unsuspecting airline passengers allegedly for extortion purposes  — Aquino called for the Philippines to be put back as the world’ worst airport.

Aquino ordered his Transportation and Tourism secretaries to work with the international body responsible in putting out the annual list to make this happen.

“I want this to be my biggest legacy as I prepare to step down from the presidency in 2016,” he said.


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