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24 November 2017

Newsroom

President Barack Obama visit the Philippines

The State visit of President Obama from April 28-29 reaffirmed the commitment of the United State of America to the alliance, President Obama discussed with President Aquino our strategic vision for the bilateral relationship.

During the visit, President Obama and President Aquino announced that the two countries agreed to an Enhanced Defense Cooperation (EDCA). The agreement will help the U.S. – Philippine alliance continues to promote the peace and stability that has underpinned Asia’s remarkable economic growth over the past six decades.

Ages Aviation Center, Inc. is honored to be given the distinct opportunity in providing ground handling service for the fourth (4th) time to the United State Air Force One VC – 25 Boeing 747-200B and to its back-up aircraft United States Air Force C – 32 the Boeing 757-200.

Ages Aviation Center, Inc’s. headquarter in MNL/RPLL was transformed into the VVIP holding Area for Philippine Vice-President Jejomar Erwin C. Binay, DILG Sec. Mar Roxas, DFA Sec. Albert Del Rosario, Amb. Jose Cuisia Jr. and Amb. Philip S. Goldberg. as they waited to welcome President Obama arriving in the famous AGES Ramp at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA).

AGES was also placed in charge to receive the support equipment for the White House Communication Agency, the United State Presidential Helicopter Squadron and the Secret Service; where Ages offloaded from several C-17’s the “BEAST”, Marine One and communication gear used in support of the Presidential visit.

It was truly another honor for Ages to be of service to United State President Barack Hussein Obama II. The 44th President of the United State of America.

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