Questions remain unanswered 15 years after Flight 387 crash


FIFTEEN years have passed since the tragic crash of Cebu Pacific Flight 387 but questions remain unanswered on what really happened and who was to blame for the crash that killed all 104 people on board on Feb. 2,  1998.

Questions like whether the terrain map provided to pilots by the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (Caap, formerly  Air Transportation Office) was misleading, and whether or not these maps had been corrected to avoid risking  another crash in the same area, are waiting to be answered.