Netizens react positively to rename NAIA back to MIA through online campaign

Facebook proves its power once again as it is being used to solicit online petitions to rename Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) back to its default name Manila International Airport.
To meet the transportation demands of the Filipino people, former President Ferdinand Marcos issued Executive Order No. declaring the promulgation the construction of the Manila International Airport. It was renamed to Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) in 1983 after Senator Ninoy Aquino was assassinated in the same year.
This online campaign gains positive response as it is now creating clamors among social media to restore the original name of the airport despite initiator of this campaign is still unknown.

Petitioners that the idea is good and brought some arguments including the following: When the airport was named MIA, it was labeled as a “world class and number one airport in Asia” while when the time it was changed to NAIA, it became the opposite of it. NAIA also needs improvement and changes in the management style to gain its prestige back again.
Photo from Balitang Pinas
Source: Balitang Pinas