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Clark International Airport (CRK) manager and operator Luzon International Premiere Airport Development Corp. (LIPAD) has joined hands with Sa Iyo Lolo at Lola Yantok Aming Alay (S.I.L.Y.A.), a social enterprise supporting seniors, to provide rocking chairs in strategic areas at the airport terminal.ย 

This further enhances current airport features designed with everyoneโ€™s convenience in mind, which includes accessible toilets, elevators in all boarding gates, and golf carts to help seniors and PWDs.

Noel Manankil, President and CEO of LIPAD says, “S.I.L.Y.A.’s mission aligns seamlessly with our vision for an inclusive and accessible airport experience. We believe that travel should be comfortable for passengers of all ages, and this collaboration is a step towards achieving that goal.โ€

S.I.L.Y.A. was founded by Tito Lorete Alcala, whose personal advocacy stems from his observation of the lack of seating facilities for senior citizens in various public spaces. Dissatisfied with the existing legislation’s failure to mandate such provisions, he took matters into his own hands and established S.I.L.Y.A. to honor and support the elderly community.

“S.I.L.Y.A. is more than just rocking chairs; it’s a symbol of respect and consideration for our seniors. Partnering with LIPAD allows us to extend this comfort and support to a wider audience at Clark International Airport,” says Tito Lorete Alcala.

The partnership launch was attended by both CRK and S.I.L.Y.A. representatives.

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