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DOTr, DND to carry out joint airport improvement works

DOTr, DND to carry out joint airport improvement works

Nov. 20 | The Philippines’ Department of Transportation (DOTr) and Department of National Defense (DND) have signed a memorandum of agreement to procure and implement four regional airport projects. Under the agreement signed on November 19, DOTr will allocate...

DBM eyes P2.16B budget for air transport projects next year

DBM eyes P2.16B budget for air transport projects next year

Sep. 29 | The Department of Budget and Management (DBM) is allocating a P2.16-billion budget for air transport infrastructure in 2019 to boost the Philippines’ bid to become a major global aviation market player by 2022. Budget Secretary Benjamin Diokno in a...

NAIA Consortium’s bid to upgrade NAIA given original proponent status

NAIA Consortium’s bid to upgrade NAIA given original proponent status

Sep. 16 | The Department of Transportation (DOTr) and Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) have granted NAIA Consortium original proponent status (OPS) for its unsolicited proposal to rehabilitate, upgrade, expand, operate, and maintain the Ninoy Aquino...

Chelsea joins firms vying to develop regional airports

Chelsea joins firms vying to develop regional airports

Mar. 13 | Chelsea Logistics Holdings Corp. (CLC) has submitted an unsolicited public-private partnership (PPP) proposal for the bundled development, operation, and management of Davao and New Bohol (Panglao) international airports for P67 billion. The proposal,...

New air traffic management system elevates PH air traffic safety, efficiency

New air traffic management system elevates PH air traffic safety, efficiency

Jan. 21 | The Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) has finally inaugurated the new communications, navigation, surveillance/air traffic management (CNS/ATM) systems that will bring air traffic and navigation levels in the Philippines on a par with...

Megawide, SSS eye joint proposal for NAIA overhaul

Megawide, SSS eye joint proposal for NAIA overhaul

Jan. 14 | Megawide Construction Corporation and state-run Social Security System (SSS) are planning to jointly submit an unsolicited proposal to rehabilitate and operate the Philippines’ main gateway Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA). This was announced...

CCBI questions ‘improperly imposed’ customs penalties on shipments

CCBI questions ‘improperly imposed’ customs penalties on shipments

Jan. 10 | The Chamber of Customs Brokers, Inc. (CCBI) is requesting the Bureau of Customs (BOC)-Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) to revisit actions taken by assessment officers, specifically the alleged improper imposition of penalties and surcharge on...

Clark airport breaks 5-year-old passenger record

Clark airport breaks 5-year-old passenger record

Jan. 4 | Clark International Airport (CRK) surpassed in 2017 its passenger volume record made five years ago, an official of Clark International Airport Corporation (CIAC) said. CIAC president Alexander Cauguiran said that from January to December 30, 2017, CRK...

Groundbreaking rites held for Clark airport expansion project

Groundbreaking rites held for Clark airport expansion project

Dec. 27 | Clark International Airport Corporation (CIAC) President and CEO Alexander Cauguiran announced the successful groundbreaking ceremony for the Clark International Airport Terminal 2 Project on December 20. Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea (4th from...

7 companies form alliance for NAIA rehab, operation

7 companies form alliance for NAIA rehab, operation

Dec. 27 | A group of infrastructure and property development firms in the Philippines are forming a consortium to rehabilitate, operate, and maintain the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) through an unsolicited proposal to be submitted to the Department...
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