Thursday, October 27, 2016

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Online Campaign To Rename NAIA Back To Original Name MIA Gets Positive Remarks From Netizens!

A Facebook campaign calling for the renaming of the current Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) back to its original name Manila International Airport (MIA) has been gaining support from many online users.

Late President Ferdinand Marcos issued Executive Order No. 381 promulgating the construction of the Manila International Airport (MIA) in b. The airport was established to serve the transportation demands of the Filipino people. After Senator Ninoy Aquino was assassinated at the airport (MIA) in 1983, it was renamed to Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA).

Social media users are now clamoring for the airport to be restored to its original name. The clamor has been gaining grounds from numerous internet users although it is not clear who started the campaign.

Supporters of the idea argued that when the airport was named MIA, it has the status of being the “world class and number one airport in Asia”. When its name was changed to NAIA, it eventually became the “worst airport in the world.” They also mentioned that NAIA needs improvements and changes in its management. In addition, they are also looking forward to the idea of making it the best airport again once its name is changed back to MIA.

Netizens also claimed that NAIA should have its “jinx” shaken off as the worst airport by having its name be back to MIA.

Here are some reactions from the netizens:

These are just few of the comments from the netizens showing support to the idea that NAIA have its name restored to MIA.

Source: kickerdaily
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