President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. arrived Saturday night at the Hickam Air Force Base in Honolulu, Hawaii along with First Lady Louise Araneta-Marcos and other Philippine officials for the last stop of his weeklong trip to the United States.
The plane carrying the President arrived at 7:13 pm (Hawaii time).
President Marcos is on a working visit to Los Angeles and Honolulu after his successful participation to the 30th Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Economic Leaders’ Meeting and related activities.
The President also met with the Filipino community and toured the SpaceX Headquarters in Los Angeles.
After arriving in Honolulu, the President will immediately meet with the Filipino community in the American state where his family stayed in 1986.
While in Honolulu, President Marcos is scheduled to visit the US Indopacom Headquarters, have a capability orientation for the JBPHH/ West Philippines Sea Support, attend a barge tour and wreath-laying ceremony, and a roundtable meeting at the Daniel Inouye Asia Pacific Center for Security Studies.
After these engagements, the President will fly back to Manila together with the members of the Philippine delegation. PND