Rattan Chairs in NAIA 2 was put on the side due to complaint of passengers

Due to the controversial viral bug bites on passengers in the seats of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminals, the rattan chairs designed by the Department of Tourism in NAIA terminal 2 have been disposed, and it is said to have been spent of approximately 100 million pesos.

On April 4, 2023, Department of Transportation Sec Jaime Bautista, Toursim Secretary Christina Garcia Frasco, and Ex-MIAA GM Cesar Chiong presented to the media its native design, which is all rattan, as well as DOT booths and platforms plants and chairs.

After almost 10 months, the rattan chairs inside terminal 2 have been removed, after the post of some passengers bitten by bed bugs went viral on social media.

Ariel Fernandez

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