Posts by A380

    Flatex/Degiro kann jederzeit dein Depot kündigen. Ich wäre mit dieser Aussage vorsichtig…

    agree! Auf keinen Fall das Geld in DE belassen.

    Auch kommt irgendwann eine Vermögenssteuer.

    Es gibt eine Lösung mit sogenannter ISK Accounts in Schweden. 0% Steuern für schwedische Aktien und Dividende. Das ISK wird flat besteuert mit unter 1%.

    Hat man bei Wirecard gesehen super professionell die KPMG. Aber out of topic.

    Du denkst zu kompliziert. Macht einen Interaktive Broker Account und gut ist..

    Danke für den Tipp!
    Lage: In der Nähe des IT-Parks in Cebu City

    ich sprach von deren Restaurant auf Siquijor. Keine Ahnung ob deren Cebu branch genauso gut ist.

    Preise...wenn man weiss was GUTE Zutaten wie Salami usw, Oliven, Mozarella, Öl hier kosten dann ists ja gerechtfertigt.

    Ich weiß, aber gleicher Besitzer, gleicher "Kette". Nicht jeder unternimmt eine Reise nach Siquijor. Für die jenigen, die in Cebu leben und als Ankunftsflughafen ist es doch günstiger, oder?

    FROM ITALY TO CEBU CITY (Authentic Italian Pizza at Dolce Amore, 88th Ave) 🍕🇮🇹 🇵🇭 - YouTube…-for-big-narrowbody-order

    02.10.2023 - 23:54 UTC

    Cebu Pacific Air (5J, Manila Ninoy Aquino International) will soon issue a request for proposal (RFP) for what it calls the largest narrowbody aircraft order to ever come out of the Philippines, according to CEO Mike Szucs who briefed media on the sidelines of the 2023 Aviation Summit in Manila last week.

    "This is an extremely large order for Cebu Pacific certainly, but even in the Philippines it's by far the largest order I think that will ever be placed," he said. "In the coming week or two, we will formally launch the request for proposal and may the best man win. It will be one or the other; we're not going to split it between two. It could be that we order a whole load of new Airbuses again, or it could be we order a whole load of Boeings. We would think three to six months would be the whole (RFP) process."



    Philippine Airlines and Emirates enhance interline partnership


    Manila, 17 August 2023 – Philippine Airlines (PAL) and Emirates have expanded their interline agreement, enabling Emirates’ passengers to access domestic points in Philippine Airlines’ network via Cebu and Clark, adding to the previously announced interline connections via Manila.

    Passengers may also fly on Philippine Airlines flights via Dubai to connect seamlessly to Emirates’ network to cities in Europe, Africa, and other parts of the Middle East.

    Covering all three gateways in the Philippines served by Emirates – Manila, Cebu and Clark – this partnership expansion will provide seamless connectivity for passengers to reach even more destinations in the Philippines using a single ticket and a convenient baggage policy. Emirates’ passengers can enjoy a convenient booking process to destinations in Philippine Airlines’ network including Bacolod, Butuan, Cagayan De Oro, Davao, Iloilo, Caticlan and Puerto Princesa via Cebu; as well as Cebu, Caticlan and Busuanga via Clark.

    Philippine Airlines’ passengers will benefit from the enhanced interline agreement and book Emirates-operated flights to Amman, Birmingham, Cape Town, Dammam, Dublin, Lisbon, Manchester, Muscat, and Riyadh via Dubai. The Philippine national carrier operates daily flights between Manila and Dubai, enabling convenient connections to European, African and Middle Eastern destinations. The arrangement allows for passengers to obtain their boarding passes and check through their baggage all the way to final destination.

    Travel itineraries can be booked on,, the PAL and Emirates mobile apps, or via both online and offline travel agents.

    The expansion comes months after Philippine Airlines and Emirates first announced their interline agreement, reaffirming the commitment of both airlines to serve growing demand by providing travelers with more choice and flexibility, as well as enhanced customer experiences.

    Philippine Airlines first served the Middle East in 1947 and has been serving the United Arab Emirates since 1982. The Philippine flag carrier now operates 24 weekly flights to three countries in the Middle East, along with the nonstop services across the Pacific Ocean to gateways in the East and West Coasts of both Canada and the United States.

    Emirates has been flying to the Philippines since 1990 and currently operates 25 weekly flights to Manila, Cebu and Clark. The airline is the only air carrier to offer a First-Class product on flights to Manila, serving premium travellers in the market. With 29 codeshare and 110 interline partners, Emirates’ global footprint encompasses destinations far beyond its own network, offering increased connectivity and convenient options for travelers.

    About Philippine Airlines

    Philippine Airlines (PAL) is the Philippines’ flag carrier and only full-service network airline. PAL was the first commercial airline in Asia and celebrated its 82nd anniversary in March 2023. PAL's fleet of Boeing 777, Airbus A350/A330/A320/A321, and De Havilland DHC-8-400 Next Generation aircraft operate out of hubs in Manila, Cebu, Clark and Davao to 33 destinations in the Philippines and 39 destinations in Asia, North America, Australia, and the Middle East. In addition to flying passengers on regular scheduled services, PAL also carries air cargo shipments and undertakes charter flights to boost Philippine tourism, support the economy and serve the travel needs of overseas Filipinos.

    For more information, visit

    About Emirates

    From its global hub in Dubai, Emirates serves customers on six continents, providing high quality air transport services that facilitate tourism and trade. The airline has earned customer recognition for its industry-leading services on the ground and in the sky, delivered by a passionate workforce representing over 160 nations. Emirates operates the world’s largest fleet of wide-body Boeing 777 and Airbus A380 aircraft, offering spacious cabins and iconic inflight features such as its A380 Shower Spa and Onboard Lounge, and its ice inflight entertainment system available in all seats across its fleet, offering up to 6,500 channels of on-demand, multi-language content.

    For more information, visit

    After all, an airline doesn’t care about meetings. It cares about getting more flights going on time.

    I am so grateful for our partnership with Cebu Pacific Air. We’ve learnt so much about the airline industry. And the power of using Slack to transform flight operations.

    3 hours before every Cebu flight, a Slack channel is automatically created. Every flight has it's own dedicated channel. All the people associated with the flight - flight ops, cabin crew, check-in staff, baggage, catering, safety, etc are automatically added to the Slack channel. Information from 7 legacy airline systems is updated into the channel. Slack automatically notifies cabin crew about fuelling status and what percentage of boarding is completed. Weather information is updated in channel. And a few hours after the flight, the channel is archived and searchable.

    Now there is only one place to go to ensure everybody is aligned. Work gets done faster. With less stress. More flights take off on time. And we've saved the team 114,000 hours of productivity per year. Time to redefine what intelligent productivity means.