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Metrojet Limited officers and government officials recently led groundbreaking ceremonies for the construction of a state-of-the-art business aviation parking and maintenance facility in Clark Civil Aviation Complex, Clark Freeport Zone as part of its Southeast Asian expansion. Heading the groundbreaking ceremonies were: (L-R) Metrojet Ltd. Manager for Commercial Justin Yeung; Angeles City Vice-Mayor Bryan Matthew Nepomuceno; Metrojet Engineering (Clark) Ltd. General Manager Wesley Slate; Clark International Airport Corp. (CIAC) President and CEO Jaime Alberto Melo; John Leigh of Metrojet Ltd.; Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA) Vice-President Arrey Perez; Metrojet CEO Gary Dolski; CIAC Marketing Manager Jay Punzalan;  Metrojet Ltd. COO Bruce Watson; Mabalacat City Mayor Cris Garbo; and, Metrojet Ltd. Regional Manager for Operational Excellence and Special Projects Dwyn Jones. Eyed to be operational in the first quarter of 2020, the $25-million project is the Hong Kong-based business aviation service provider’s largest investment in its 21-year history, demonstrating its commitment to the development of business aviation in the Philippines, according to Metrojet COO Bruce Watson. (Photo courtesy of CIAC-Corporate Communications Office)

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