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In an interview last Friday, Neda Undersecretary Rolando G. Tungpalan noted “This time around, because of increased flights in Clark, both domestic and international, they (BCDA) have requested the ICC to allow them to go back to the eight million passengers” a year capacity.

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Clark airport expansion gets Neda-ICC approval
        
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“We fully support the plan of the Department of Transportation (DoTr) to optimize, through upgrades, the existing NAIA while redeveloping the Clark International Airport (CRK),” the Management Association of the Philippines (MAP) said in a statement on Thursday. MAP's membership includes more than a thousand CEOs, law and auditing partners and other senior officials of the country’s largest businesses. In photo is Alex Cauguiran, president and CEO of the Clark International Airport Corp.

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MAP calls for immediate action on airport development
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Nelson Santos - Should have it open long time ago. But the koreans are limiting the area for them to used. Plane tickets from the U.S. to Clark Air Base skyrocketed the past few years and only Aseana, owned by Koreans, had a fly zone permit. Soon, we no longer own Angeles City. Wake up Congress, if you don't care, we do...
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Robert Santos - Sana naman tuloy tuloy na, wala nang aberya!🤞🏼
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Fer A Patriarca - Clark, best choice...
        
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The maiden flight took off from Clark International Airport. At the Bagabag airport, the Nueva Vizcaya Tourism Office hung banners featuring other interesting spots and events Bagabag is close to, such as Imugan Falls, St. Vincent Church in Dupax del Sur, the Ammungan Festival every May, and the Capisaan Caves.

The maiden flight was made possible by a partnership between Wakay Air Transport Services, Inc. and Platinum Skies, a carrier owned by former Ilocos Sur governor Luis “Chavit” Singson.

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Bagabag airport now open
May 18, 2017 by Abe Almirol, Manila Standard Today

BAGABAG, Nueva Vizcaya—After 16 years, Bagabag Airport reopened its runway to commercial flights on Wednesday.

A Dornier 328 aircraft owned by Platinum Skies touched down at 10:01 a.m., bringing in an entourage of tourism officials and private individuals who were among the 28 passengers on board.

The maiden flight, which took off from Clark International Airport in Angeles City, was made possible by a partnership between Wakay Air Transport Services, Inc. and Platinum Skies, a carrier owned by former Ilocos Sur governor Luis “Chavit” Singson.

Wakay Air guaranteed a four-days-a-week flight schedule to Bagabag over the next six months. According to Leonardo R. Afan Jr., officer-in-charge of the Civil Aviation Authority, the flight frequency synchronizes with a four-day, three-night packaged tour.

The tours are designed to bring tourists to the famous Banaue Rice Terraces of Ifugao—still about two hours by land from here—and the scenic town of Sagada in Mountain Province.

Flying in from Clark, however, would allow international tourists to bypass the busy Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila, which is eight to 10 hours away from Ifugao by land. The Bagabag-Clark flight cuts that travel time in half.

At the airport, the Nueva Vizcaya Tourism Office hung banners featuring other interesting spots and events Bagabag is close to, such as Imugan Falls, St. Vincent Church in Dupax del Sur, the Ammungan Festival every May, and the Capisaan Caves.

One of the first passengers on the flight was Rep. Luisa L. Cuaresma of the lone district of Nueva Vizcaya. She traveled with the delegation from the Department of Tourism.

Governors Carlos Padilla of Nueva Vizcaya and Pedro Mayam-o of Ifugao graced the historic reopening of the airport with Undersecretary Alma Rita R. Jimenez of the Department of Tourism.

They were joined by Bagabag Mayor Johnny Sevillena and other mayors of Ifugao, Nueva Vizcaya and Mountain Province towns.

“Business opportunities will multiply after this long-awaited resumption of flights. Ifugao is more aggressive in this move to reopen the airport, and they have been urging us to do something,” Padilla said in his speech during the opening ceremonies.

Andy Fariñas, owner of MM Fariñas Travel and Tours based in Solano, expressed optimism the local tourism industry will get a much-needed boost now that Bagabag is back accommodating commercial flights. “If there’s tourism, there’s business,” he said.

Padilla acknowledged Jerry Cabalze, CEO of Wakay Air, as the person who worked behind the reopening of Bagabag airport.

After the ceremonies, the Department of Tourism personnel proceeded to Banaue, Ifugao to visit the existing tourism facilities there.

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Bagabag airport now open
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Edd M. Sanchez - Good strategic way to boost local tourism with ciac partnership!
        
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Since President Duterte encouraged airlines to use Clark and ease congestion in Metro Manila and NAIA, passenger volume in Clark grew to 950,732 by end of 2016 from 316,656 in April of the same year.

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More flights out of Clark
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Zani Mahmood - Kota Kinabalu-Clark-Kota Kinabalu...
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Mitzi Agsam - OK Jan Clark kaya sa manila airport save dn pamasahe
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Yoradyl Sombrio-Bravo - Greg D. Bravo
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Gab Quiazon - parang misleading yung headlines passenger grew up and intended to add more flight yet the headline is "More flights out of Clark' kaya meron isang di nagbasa toink lol
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Melissa Datu Ramos - Balik sana flight kota kinabalu to clark...
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Marlene Manlutac Cheng - Mas mababait mga staff diyan sa clark
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Daniel Gulapa III - sana magka clark-narita/haneda-clark
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Eloisa Maninang - More seats sana sa labas nghahatid at nagsusundo, sa waiting area
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Marvin Ace B. David - KL to Clark wala pa rin? Di pa din binabalik?
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Eduardo Onyok Montiel - Good job mr.predident!hindi sayang ang boto nmin sayo'
        
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CIAC President and CEO Alexander Cauguiran gives his opening remarks at the inaugural CRK-Bagabag flight.

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4 days ago
Dey Luna - Mag-kano ang pamasahe mula clark to bagabag one way po
        
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This is CRK's third new route for this month alone, wait for upcoming additional flights in the following months.

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CEB launches 4 new routes from Cebu, Clark
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Anne Joe - Wag lang Sana sila mag hire ng mga gagong empleyado na power trip..no discrimination Sana..✌
6 days ago
Elzhabeth Quijano Pineda - ClArk-tacloban-Clark ...
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Ydnar Nozaut - Please request clark to lanao del norte mindanao
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Jennicel Tolosa Cruz - Clark-Iloilo -Clark please🙏🏻
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Marvin Umbras - Just wonderful..now how about Clark International Airport to Tuguegarao City and back ??
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ATM: Inauguration of Cebu Pacific's Busuanga-Caticlan routes at CRK.

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Clark International Airport - PG Ponce Atty. Bryan Matthew Nepomuceno Fritzie David Dizon
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Earlier, John Forbes, American Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines senior adviser, said the new airport terminal in Clark should be built in the next two years, with a non-stop fast train connecting service, similar to that in Kuala Lumpur, Hong Kong and Tokyo, to ease traffic congestion.

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JFC backs Clark as alternative airport
By Myla Iglesias
May 12, 2017

The Joint Foreign Chambers of the Philippines (JFC) has expressed support to develop Clark International Airport (CRK) as the viable alternative to the congested Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) in Manila.

Alexander Cauguiran, Clark International Airport Corp. (CIAC) president and chief executive officer, said the agency’s plans are aligned with JFC’s advocacy on infrastructure through The Arangkada Philippines Project, to increase investment and employment in the country.

In 2016, Arangkada Philippines urged the government to build a new Clark airport terminal, incentivize low-cost carriers and create new commercial and residential hubs in Clark to decongest Metro Manila.

Earlier, John Forbes, American Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines senior adviser, said the new airport terminal in Clark should be built in the next two years, with a non-stop fast train connecting service, similar to that in Kuala Lumpur, Hong Kong and Tokyo, to ease traffic congestion.

At present, NAIA is operating beyond its ideal passenger capacity, with an average 2-million passenger growth every year for the last seven years.

Cauguiran said CIAC is heeding President Duterte’s statement in his first state of the nation address in 2016 that Clark airport can be utilized to shift some operations of domestic and international airlines.

“Soon, Clark airport will have a new passenger terminal building before President Duterte’s term ends, thanks to the leadership of (Department of Transportation) Secretary Art Tugade,” Cauguiran said, notingClark’s domestic and international flights increased by the first quarter of the year.

Last year, CRK serviced 950,732 passengers. This year, it expectsapproximately 1.5 million passengers. At present, CRK has 138 weekly international flights and 94 weekly domestic flights.

The passenger growth this year is driven by the domestic carriers’ expansion in Clark, specifically Philippine Airlines, Cebu Pacific Air, Air Asia, Wakay Air and SEAIR Philippines. CIAC is also negotiating with international carriers to start operations at Clark airport by mid-2017.

Among the priority projects of the national government’s ‘Build, Build, Build’ program is a Manila-Clark airport express rail that is targeted for completion in 2021. This is in addition to the Clark-Subic railway project seen to be finished in 2020.

Meanwhile, Tugade said the government will adopt the hybrid public-private partnership mode in building a new terminal at Clark.

He said he prefers that the government itself develops Clark airport, rather than risk delays in the event a bidding involving private sector players would lead to litigation that would eventually place the project on hold.

This hybrid mode of implementation means the government will not entertain multi-billion peso offers to develop Clark airport and willauction the operation and maintenance component only. This will enable government to fast-track projects.

Tugade said Megawide-GMR group and JG Summit Holdings, Inc.-Filinvest Development Corp. consortium, which submitted unsolicited proposals to develop CRK, will be informed of the new policy.

The development of Clark airport now falls under the jurisdiction and responsibility of the Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA), and remains one of the priority infrastructure projects of the Duterte administration.

BCDA targets to open the new terminal by 2019.
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Claes Norrå - Yes, yes, yes!! But We need also flight to BBK!!!!
        
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CIAC President and CEO Alexander Cauguiran discuss CRK's ongoing developments during the Pampanga Chamber of Commerce's (PAMCHAM) 56th General Membership Meeting at the Laus Group Event Centre.
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A World Airways commercial flight parks at CRK during the 1970.

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HotelVanna Clark - 😀😀😀😀
        
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PAL adds more Domestic routes at CRK!!!!
Discover the Philippines and the world via Clark!
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Connie Guevarra - Bangkok clark
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Jeffry Vergara Torno - Sana may Dubai to CRK 😇😇😇
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HotelVanna Clark - 😀😀😀😀
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Ferial Calo - How i wish it will be Clark to Zamboanga
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Rebecca Salazar - Finally!
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John Lumby - "More domestic routes"
        
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"Asked about the two proposals for a new airport, DOTr Sec. Arthur Tugade said the priority of the government now is to develop Clark and renovate the NAIA." #BuildBuildBuild #IChooseClark

DOTr set to pursue Clark Airport development
By Louella Desiderio (The Philippine Star) | Updated May 8, 2017

MANILA, Philippines - The Department of Transportation (DOTr) is looking to start the development of the Clark International Airport instead of pursuing the unsolicited proposals received from the private sector.

“We would rather start it,” DOTr Secretary Arthur Tugade told reporters.

Tugade said the agency is also looking at the possibility of using the hybrid formula for the project.

Under the hybrid formula, the government would build the infrastructure and the operations and maintenance would later be bid out to the private sector.

Tugade said he would be talking to parties that have submitted proposals to develop the Clark International Airport to discuss the government’s plan.

The group of GMR Infrastructure Ltd. of India and Megawide Construction Corp. submitted a P200 billion proposal to the government to develop the Clark International Airport.
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Under the P187-billion proposal of JG Summit Holdings Inc. and Filinvest Development Corp., meanwhile, the consortium wants to develop the Clark International Airport over a period of 50 years to handle up to 36 million passengers per annum.

The government is promoting the Clark International Airport as an alternative to the congested Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA).

Amid congestion at NAIA, other parties have also submitted proposals to develop a new airport.

All-Asia Resources and Reclamation Corp. has earlier announced a plan to build an international airport, seaport as well as mixed-use development on reclaimed land off the coast of Sangley Point in Cavite.

San Miguel Corp. has also proposed to build a new international airport for Metro Manila.

Asked about the two proposals for a new airport, Tugade said the priority of the government now is to develop Clark and renovate the NAIA.

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Robert Abadiano - It about time to upgrade our MIA.... To be more competitive ... Go go go Clark 😊😊😊
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Raymond Vess Montepio - Ito yun designed na terminal.. wala yatang tube. Parang Jamaica 🇯🇲 airport
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Fitzgerald Eyas - People are expecting new 'world class' airports.
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Lloyd Salac - Big news. But remains to be unanswered: how do you link it to makati and nearby cities?
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Jeric Hizonp - Anong irerenovate ang NAIA? e narenovate at ang ganda na ng NAIA 1 since 2015, ang atupgin connectivity of the 3 NAIA terminals via monorails or AGT mala Skytrain ng Changi airport para hindi na pbababa at mgtaxi o bus pglipat from one airport to another at ituloy na ang new airport sa Sangley if not mas malapit na new airport near manila bay.
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Fer A Patriarca - Great move Sec. Tugade, keep going. Clark is really the best option. More filipinos will benefit from it.
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Carlito Corpuz - Expand to capas and sn jose tarlac
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Marvin Umbras - Still waiting to use Cagayan North International Airport
        
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LOOK: Puerto Princesa International Airport's new terminal
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HotelVanna Clark - 😀😀😀😀
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Francis Kanoa M - Looks like HNL. Lol
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Apple Macarubbo-Locsin - Jennilyn Abid-Nemenzo bongga
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Susanne Mallari Palero - Very nice, will the restroom stay clean with seat cover and toilet papers. International Airport yan.
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Jav Tarun - That's a great looking terminal! :)
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Arleen Lee Angeles - Much better sya ngayon oh Anne Dayrit Navarro Eileen Dayrit Manansala
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Jenny Salinas - Alice Gastones told yah! ;)
        
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ATM: Air Asia-Puregold special aircraft unveiling.

Air Asia head of ancillary Karlo Sanchez, CEO Capt. Dexter Commendador, Puregold CEO Vincent Co, CIAC President and CEO Alexander Cauguiran and Air Asia cabin crew members are all smiles during the unveiling of the Air Asia-Puregold special aircraft at the Clark International Airport.

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“We will launch the Clark-Bagabag Airport in Nueva Vizcaya air route on May 17, expected to boost and ease the travel time of our foreign visitors who would like to immerse themselves first in the highland resorts of the Cordillera region,” DOT-Cordillera Regional Director Marie Venus Q.Tan said. (Photo Flaunt It Carlton)
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Ivoj Peralta NaTuyag - Aloja Loj.padas mu akai
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Jasmin Cruz - Aj Mangahas
        
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CIAC Airport Operations Manager Ritche Nacpil (7th R) poses with members of the Baguio-based NORTH LUZON Media at the CRK passenger terminal building.

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Tore Jorkjend - Not all airports around the world have smoking rooms anymore :-) Most developed countries dont provide smoking rooms in their airports :-)
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Stian Majerano Halvorsen - Passengers pay 600 pesos for the use of the terminal and after that they even have to pay for the use of basic facilities like smoking room (another 300 pesos). Smoking rooms are free in all airports around the world.
        
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CIAC President and CEO Alexander Cauguiran receives Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano at the CIAC Corporate Office Bldg.
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DIOKNO AT CRK. CIAC President and CEO Alex Cauguiran (2nd from right) discuss with Budget Secretary Benjamin Diokno (2nd from left) the latest developments at the Clark Airport during the official's tour. Joining them are (L-R): Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA) P/CEO Vivencio Dizon; Clark Development Corporation (CDC) P/CEO Noel Manankil; and CIAC VP for Business Development Darwin Cunanan.
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