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Old March 18th, 2007, 06:39 PM   #241
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Mr. Fusion, most of them are totally new airports (new fields and terminals), for the few which use existing airports, the runway is ussually extended, with larger aprons, and of course new terminals.
WOW! That is impressive.
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Old March 21st, 2007, 01:13 PM   #242
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P300-M domestic airport to rise
in southern tip of Luzon
By Danny Calleja
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BULAN, Sorsogon—A P300-million commercial air transport hub will soon rise at a vast plain of this prime coastal town as one component of the government’s P15.5-billion eight-airport project set for completion this year.

It will be called the Bulan Domestic Airport and preparations for the full-blown implementation of this project such as site and right-of-way acquisitions and architectural surveys, among others, have been completed and “we are only awaiting the initial release of funds so that the construction proper is started,” Sorsogon Second District Rep. Jose Solis said over the weekend.

Once completed and made operational, this facility will formalize Bicol’s entry into the five super regions in the country with enhanced competitive advantages in terms of tourism and efficient mode of transport for goods and passengers, Solis said.

This eight-airport project that includes one in Casiguran, Quezon; Kalibo, Aklan; Iloilo; Bacolod; Western Visayas; Siargao, Ozamis and Cotabato is part of the 31 priority airport projects costing P94.37 billion that are targeted to be completed by 2011 under the government’s Medium-Term Public Investment Program (MTPIP).

Under this program, 10 new airports would be constructed and 21 others would be improved as among the social paybacks from the implementation of fiscal and other economic reforms of the Arroyo administration, Solis said.

At least 16 of them are in the Central Philippines, six in the North Luzon Agribusiness Quadrangle, seven in Mindanao and two in the Luzon Urban Beltway that would improve the transport of agricultural products and provide access to key tourism destinations nationwide, he said.

Insofar as Bicol region is concerned, Solis said Bulan Airport would not only decongest the existing Legazpi Domestic Airport in Albay but serve as the main facility for air cargoes and passengers coming in and going out of Sorsogon and Ticao Island of Masbate.

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Old April 16th, 2007, 09:48 AM   #243
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A Glimpse of the BACOLOD INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT at Silay City, Metro Bacolod, Negros Island


Its 'soft opening' will not push through this week as earlier scheduled but you can now have a glimpse of some of the facilities and features of the the New Bacolod-Silay Airport, which is of international standards. StarLife had the opportunity to have an ocular tour of the airport terminal and vicinity early last week.

The airport, which costs about P4 billion on a Philippine government loan from the Japanese International Cooperation Agency, will be fully operational late in September with the test flight scheduled first week of July, a week before the scheduled completion of the project. Dry runs of navigational equipment will also be held after the project completion.

The airport sits on a 6-km. stretch in Barangay Bagtic, Silay City , which is about 5 kms. from the poblacionr and about 20 kms. from Bacolod City . Its runway is 2-kms., more than twice longer than the 900-m of the existing airport in Bacolod City . It has provisions for a 500-m extension which will accommodate bigger crafts serving international routes.

The airport has 15 check-in counters and three pre-departure areas that lead to three tubes. It has five toilets and a viewing space, open to the public on the third floor. It has a cargo terminal building and a fire-fighting station, located right next to the control tower, which has elevator services, said sources from the contracting company, Takinaka. source
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Old April 16th, 2007, 12:58 PM   #244
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Some of the airports in other Philippine cities look much better than NAIA
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Old May 24th, 2007, 07:34 AM   #245
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I saw this list in Wikipedia

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of...he_Philippines

Does anyone have actual pics and updates of the "under construction" airports. I also notice that airports which are not yet completely operational doesn't have an ICAO and IATA entry (Silay City International Airport, Laguindingan International Airport, Iloilo International Airport, Legaspi City International Airport, El Nido Airport and Taytay Airport).

I know that Bacolod/Silay Airport is 80%+ operational as well as Iloilo Int'l Airport, but how about the others?
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Old May 26th, 2007, 06:43 AM   #246
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The domestic airports in the Phillipines look better than in Malaysia
Davao airport is impressive ! Illloillo too !!
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Old May 30th, 2007, 01:51 AM   #247
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bustero: Where did you get that rendering of DMIA? Is that the real design of it?
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Old May 30th, 2007, 08:02 AM   #248
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Its nice to see Philippine Airports looking much better. 30 - 40 years ago, the Airports in Philippines used to be the one of the best in Asia. Its demoralizing how Political Instability can affect the economy of such a nice country. It's a good thing they are back to being bullish again.
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Old June 7th, 2007, 10:52 AM   #249
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wow nice rendering, hope the project will push through
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Old June 9th, 2007, 09:07 AM   #250
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Guv confident Bacolod-Silay Int'l. Airport opening in mid-July

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The provincial chief executive targeted mid-July as the opening of the airport of international standards with two-kilometer runway. According to Marañon, ever since the airport began construction, he had been urging the previous administration not to make Silay as a passing point for flight passengers. Instead, "Transform Silay to a tourist hub where people have reasons to stop and shop there." full story
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Old June 13th, 2007, 02:37 AM   #251
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‘GATEWAY TO THE WORLD’
GMA to land at new Iloilo airport

ILOILO City – The airplane carrying President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo lands at the new Iloilo airport of international standard today, another historic moment for the municipalities of Sta. Barbara and Cabatuan, Iloilo.

The occasion marks the inauguration of the P8.759-billion Iloilo Airport Development Project which is expected to boost economic activity and tourism in the island of Panay.

The new airport would serve as the gateway to the Visayas of air travelers in the country and worldwide, said Regional Director Arturo Valero of the National Economic Development Authority (NEDA).

The new Iloilo airport is a modern 188-hectare complex designed to handle 1.2 million passengers and 11, 500 tons of cargoes per year, and can accommodate aircraft as big as Airbus 330 with a seating capacity of 276.

It is also described as comparatively the best and the earliest ever constructed outside of Metro Manila.

Expected to assist the President during the inauguration are Japanese Ambassador to the Philippines Ryuichiro Yamazaki, Transportation and Communication Secretary Leandro Mendoza and other national and local officials.

The inauguration and opening of the new Iloilo airport has long been delayed. Arroyo was scheduled to open it last April 16 but with the First Gentleman undergoing a critical heart operation, she cancelled her Iloilo trip.

Days before today’s opening, Bessi Cebuano, a staff from the Air Transportation Office (ATO), said airline companies have started transferring some of their facilities from the existing Iloilo airport in Mandurriao district in this city to the new Iloilo airport property.

Cebuano said ATO personnel and offices started transfering on June 7.
"The transfer will be a big boost to the business sector," Valero said.

The government plans to sell the existing 54-hectare Mandurriao airport property.

During an earlier visit here, Arroyo said she was confident that the closure and privatization of the Mandurriao facility would further boost local tourism and economic activities.

CATALYST FOR DEV’T
The new Iloilo airport is really intended to serve as catalyst for development, according to Ed Mangalili, Project Manager of the Iloilo Airport Project.

He recently briefed members of the Regional Development Council during their tour of the facilities of the new airport.

Mangalili said the airport would not only spur development around the area but even in the whole of Panay.

Tourism officials hope the new Iloilo airport of international standards will serve as gateway to Western Visayas’ tourist destinations.

Department of Tourism (DOT) Regional Director Edwin Trompeta sees a surge in tourist arrivals and tourism revenues particularly in Boracay, considered as one of the world’s best beaches.

The construction of the new Iloilo airport came about because the old airport is no longer capable of future air demand, Mangalili said.

Among others, it also boasts of a 2.5 kilometer by 45 meter wide runway which can accommodate Airbus 330 and 340 and Boeing 747 planes, three Passenger Bridges, two baggage claim conveyors, a 500-seating capacity passenger lounge, a three-kilometer access road and nine separate buildings.

Three airline companies have availed themselves of space within the new airport – Philippine Airlines, the country’s flag carrier; Cebu Pacific, and Air Philippines.

Spaces within the airport are also open to concessionaires.

The completed airport facilities were formally turned over to the Air Transportation office on March 19. ATO manages the facilities, said Alan Java, ATO Area Manager.

Earlier, Senate President Frnaklin Drilon said the delay in the operation of the new airport is costing the Department of Transportation and Communications and Air Transportation Office millions of pesos in maintenance, electricity and security costs.

The delayed operation also means a delay in the entrance of economic benefits that the new airport will bring not only to Iloilo Province and City, but also to the whole Region 6.

Meanwhile to enhance the competitive advantages of the country's five super regions, the government is set to complete this year, aside from the new Iloilo airport, seven other airport projects that would further promote tourism and logistics by providing a more efficient mode of transport for goods and passengers.

The eight airport projects are part of the 31 priority airport projects costing P94.37 billion targeted to be completed by 1022 under the Medium Term Public Investment Program (MTPIP).

source: Panay News
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What’s new in Iloilo’s modern airport?


THE new Iloilo airport is a modern 188-hectare complex located in the towns of Cabatuan and Sta. Barbara, Iloilo, about 20 kilometers away from the old airport, and with state-of-the-art facilities. It is designed to handle 1.2 million passengers and 11,500 tons of cargoes per year and can accommodate aircraft as big as Airbus 330 with a seating capacity of 276.

The airport is accessible via the three-kilometer lane asphalt paved main access road connected from the bend at Sta. Barbara, with a 2.5-meter center island barrier planted with a variety of palm trees, eucalyptus among others. It has 82 double arm lampposts for lighting purposes.

The three-storey passenger terminal building has an area of 13,000 square meters, designed with complete separation for departing and arriving passengers. It has 10 check-in counters with individual weighing and queuing conveyors, belt conveyor from the check in to the baggage loading area, flight information display system to guide passengers of the aircraft’s time schedule and destination, and a transit counter.

The terminal is also provided with close-circuit television for security and monitoring purposes; and three units of passenger boarding bridges, which can stretch up to 35 meters when fully retracted.

The boarding bridge is accessible via a separated gang-way (one each for departing and arriving passengers). Other amenities of the building includes six x-ray machines, Mabuhay lounges for departing passengers and VIP room, smoking rooms, concessionaire areas for shoppers, lost and found section, counters for hotel and car rental bookings, allocated public telephone booths and others.

The facilities are guaranteed to be handicapped friendly, with railings, elevators, escalators and dedicated space for handicapped in the comfort rooms.

The pre-departure area is located at the third floor of the building, with at least 436 seating capacity. The baggage claim area is located at the ground floor, accessible from the second floor with two units of 51 meters conveyor. There is also a separate section for the waiting public and well wishers at the arrival and departure concourse.

In front of the Passenger Terminal Building is a vehicular parking area with 414 slots for private cars, complete with tollbooth and a drivers’ lounge and rest rooms. Spaces for taxi, buses and jeepney stands are, likewise, provided.

The airport’s Cargo Terminal Building is a 1,300-square meter storey structure consisting of a covered platform, government offices, restrooms and cargo handling area. It is now being occupied by three airline companies -- the Philippine Airlines, Cebu Pacific, and Air Philippines. The area is secured by a fence with guard house and parking space for clients and operators.

The Control Tower, on the other hand, is a nine-storey, 35 meters structure that operates and control air traffic for the airport, with a two-storey operation building that houses the state-of-the-art communication equipment and the briefing room for pilots.

For better and efficient operations, and maintenance, the mechanical and electrical buildings were constructed separately. The mechanical building houses the chiller room, and water supply and pump room, while the cooling system for the whole airport is about 2,400kw, consisting of five units of chillers, each having a capacity of 600kw.

On the other hand, the entire electrical system of the airport can generate 2,500kVA supply of power, while the generator room is equipped with four units of 500kVA standby generator and automatically switch-on during power failure.

Other buildings and facilities in the airport include the two-storey Administration Building, Maintenance Building, and Fire Rescue Stations state-of-the-art navigational aids which enable the airport to operate after dark, and the runway designation designed to cater to even bad weather conditions.

The airport’s environment friendly facilities include a Sewage Treatment Plant, a single storey structure considered as the final holding area of the generated domestic sewage.

During the treatment process the solid waste is separated from the liquid and process into an organic material (fertilizer) for the plants, while the liquid is recycled for watering purposes. There is also a Material Recovery Facility (MRF) structure for the segregation of the solid waste collected in the airport.

Engr. Manuel Lauden, Deputy Project Manager for the New Iloilo Airport Development Project (NIADP), said the new Iloilo Airport is comparatively the best and the earliest ever constructed outside of Metro Manila.

He added that the airport is the first to have modern, latest technology, belonging to Category F, as determined by the International Civil Aviation (ICA) Organization. This means that the new Iloilo Airport is accredited as a qualifier for international standards.

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Today is the official inauguration of the "ILOILO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT" !

Hala Bira !


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from ILOILO THREAD courtesy by Whyte and O-Boi:

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from one end of the runway


the mercedes firetrucks


the control tower


ticketing offices in the departure area


the elevator between the arrival and departure area


the departure area


taken from the departure wing


para kay PGMA pero nauna pa kaming umakyat dun lol




























Thanks @whyte for these images! Go! Go! Iloilo! Hala Bira!
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The New ILOILO International Airport !
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Whoa! How did you get in the airport!??

We went there yesterday but the guards won't let us go near the terminal!
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So I had to be happy taking pics from far away.
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Entrance to access road
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Access road leading to the airport
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Another road connecting to access road spotted. Where does this go?
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Old June 13th, 2007, 11:40 PM   #257
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Country's 'most beautiful' airport begins operations
By Ronilo L. Pamonag


President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo descends from the
private plane which carried her to the new Iloilo Airport in
Cabatuan, Iloilo. The president's plane was the first to land
on the new airport which she inaugurated yesterday.
Photo by A. Chris Fernandez

President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo and Sec. Leandro Mendoza of the Department of Transportation and Communication (DoTC) inaugurated the New Iloilo Airport (NIA) yesterday.

"This is the symbol of collective political will and the people's support," Ms. Arroyo said, referring to the Japanese funded, P 6.2 billion-project in the Sta. Barbara and Cabatuan towns.

"The airport of international standards is an example of what is to come for the Filipinos," the President added.

"Your wait is over, now we have the airport," she said, adding that the New Iloilo Airport brings with it progress and economic development.

Arroyo flew in from Metro Manila on board a private jet.

Mendoza said that the NIA is the country's newest and most modern airport. The NIA is a sharp contrast to the old Iloilo Airport in Mandurriao district, which is up for privatization.

Gov. Niel Tupas Sr. said that the airport is a "dream fulfilled," and will serve as Panay island's gateway to the world. The airport, he said, makes the Ilonggos "swell with pride."

Sen. Franklin Drilon, who lobbied for the construction of the airport, was not present during the inauguration of Iloilo's biggest government infrastructure project so far.

It was built by the Taisei-Shimizu Joint Venture, a Japanese firm. Construction on the airport began January 2004.

The 13,700-squate meter, three-storey terminal building can handle 1.2 million passengers and 11,500 tons of cargo every year. The runway can accommodate jumbo jets like the Airbus 330 which carry up to 276 passengers. Up to six aircrafts can park in the 48,200-squate meter apron at one time. The pre-departure area at the third floor can seat 436 persons.

"This is far better than the airports of Cebu and Davao," Mendoza noted.

He said that they are requesting the International Civil Aviation Organization to assess the NIA's compliance with international standards. After the ICAO shall have certified the airport's compliance with international safety and security standards, the NIA would be allowed to handle international flights, particularly those carrying seafoods bound for Hong Kong and Japan. Mendoza is confident that the NIA will pass ICAO assessment.

He said that the airport would most likely handle cargo traffic. Sixty percent of the country's seafood supply comes from Panay island, he noted. Moreover, the NIA is one of the 14 airports in the Visayas identified by the DOTC as 'tourism destination airports.'

President Arroyo said that the DoTC have assigned flights carrying Korean tourists to the NIA.

source: The News Today
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from IAMME of SSC-ILOILO:


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I think they should finalize the actual cost of the airport. Six billion, eight billion, and the highest figure I've seen is closer to nine billion.

Anyway, pics!

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Too bad I didn't have time to take more pictures. The shuttle was already leaving. The fare is P50 on the shuttle with stops at SM City, Jaro Plaza, and Tagbak Terminal. However, one passenger in our shuttle insisted to be brought to Mandurriao so ayun, ang haba-haba ng biyahe!
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