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Old June 14th, 2007, 09:29 PM   #261
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Photographic Society of Iloilo documents the new Iloilo Airport
By Kathy M. Villalon


Photo by Jun Rojas

Say it through pictures.

The Photographic Society of Iloilo documented the different facilities of the new Iloilo Airport in Cabatuan, which is set to open today, June 13.


Photo by Dr. Vic Pido

Last April 28, with the help of Air Transportation Office Manager Alan Java, some members of PSI had the chance to view and take pictures of the much-awaited airport of international standards.

These pictures will be on exhibit at the site starting today.


Photo by Therese Robles

The featured pictures are by Atty. Bert Onglamsing, Carlos Garcia, Daisy Cababasay, Jun Rojas, Nick Valera, Therese Robles and Dr. Vic Pido.

Jun Rojas is the president of PSI and he manages the family-owned softdrink distribution company.


Photo by Neil Valera

Carlos Garcia, PSI's vice president, is the owner of Readata Enterprises.

Onglamsing is a lawyer by profession and the founding member of PSI. He is the owner of Newpost Supply.

Daisy Cababasay is a housewife and secretary of PSI.


Photo by Daisy Cababasay

Neil Valera is a photographer by profession and the club's treasurer.

Therese Robles, an orthodontist, is one of the pioneer members of PSI.

Dr. Vic Pido is an orthopedic surgeon and one of the club's pioneers, too.


Photo by Carlos Garcia

The PSI was founded 27 years ago and presently, it has 20 active members. The club aims to promote camaraderie among photography enthusiasts as well as help each other develop the other's skills.


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Old June 15th, 2007, 01:40 PM   #262
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Nice Airport! Glad to see it finally open. Next is Bacolod!


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bustero: Where did you get that rendering of DMIA? Is that the real design of it?
That's a study , I don't remember! there are actually several studies of the terminal.
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Old June 16th, 2007, 11:03 AM   #263
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Visit ILOILO Thread, Iloilo Airport Thread, and Iloilo Infrastructures Thread for more updates and pics.

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The philippines is on a roll with the iloilo airport. Bacolod soon to open! However, I wonder when the philippine government is going to upgrade either or both kalibo and caticlan. Been there as I went to Boracay this year, and both are woefully inadequate. Kalibo struggle to cope up with a single full plane load, and overflow by a huge margin when two or more flights come in within the same hour. More than half of the departing passengers have to stand with no where to sit when both PAL and Cebu Pacific have departing flights one after the other. In Caticlan, the departure area is sooo small, that its also standing room only almost every other hour! In a span of two hours when I was waiting for my flight, I counted up to 4 planes at any given time at the tarmac. With both Airphil and Cebu Pac buying planes to serve Caticlan by late this year, there is NO WAY that Caticlan airport can accomodate this upsurge.

At least when Iloilo airport was decomissioned, it was still capable of handling two planeloads at the same time. Same with Bacolod.

Naia 2 is also starting to be standing room only on certain hours. They must open Naia 3, as in yesterday. In fact, Naia 3 will easily fill up to capacity and the Philippines must look at how to address this problem. The existing Pasay located airport cannot accomodate additional flights. Its 2 runway configuration is inadequate, especially with the 2 runways intersecting each other, thus not allowing both runways to be used simultaneously.
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Old June 30th, 2007, 08:00 AM   #265
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BACOLOD INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT PICTURES UPDATE!!

June 2007
UNDER CONSTRUCTION.

THE TERMINAL BUILDING(MAIN BUILDING)






DEPARTURE AREA:


ARRIVAL AREA:


CHECK-IN AREA:





GATE LOUNGES5 AT THE SAME TIME)



AIRPORT BRIDGE CONNECTING TO PLANE(GATE3):




SPECIAL FEATURE!!!(ROOF DECK [U/C])




CONTROL TOWER(THE MOST MODERN IN THE PHILIPPINES)



==>>EI GUYS.. SORRY IM NOT GOOD IN TAKING PICTURES.. IM NOT A PHOTOGRAPHER..

==>>THIS IS NOT YET THE DESIGN WHEN THE AIRPORT OPENS.. THEY SAY THEY ARE STILL WORKING FOR THE BEST..!

Credit to: Xavier15
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AIRLINES TO SERVE AT BACOLOD INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT:

ASIAN SPIRIT (CATICLAN AND POSSIBLY TACLOBAN,TAGBILARAN)


AIR PHILIPPINES(MANILA; CEBU; CDO; GENSAN; DAVAO;ZAMBOANGA)


PHILIPPINE AIRLINES A320 (MANILA; CEBU)


CEBU PACIFIC AIRBUS A320 (MANILA; CEBU; DAVAO;ZAMBOANGA)


*NEW!*
PHILIPPINE AIRLINES A330(MANILA AND POSSIBLY DAVAO)


CATHAY PACIFIC A330(ABERDEEN,HONGKONG)


PHILIPPINE AIRLINES B747(LOS ANGELES/NY/SAN FRANCISCO)


CATHAY PACIFIC B747(HONGKONG,CHINA,SOUTH KOREA AND JAPAN)


(THESE WERE THE PLANS..) BUT NOT YET SURE IF APPROVED..

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do you have any sources for these so called "planned" flights? I dont think PAL would send one of their wide bodies to fly across the pacific from Bacolod...IF they wanted to, they would have chosen Cebu for task.... and i dont see that much international demand for airport...
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more on the NEW ILOILO AIRPORT
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from IAMME: NEW ILOILO AIRPORT

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The last plane to leave Mandurriao


More old pics of the new airport here.
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Old July 3rd, 2007, 05:05 PM   #271
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from DC5mike: NEW ILOILO AIRPORT

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Found this on WIKIPEDIA. "ILOILO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT." It has a nice ring to it don't you think. Here's what they have about the new Iloilo Airport so far.

Iloilo International Airport (Filipino: Paliparang Pandaigdig ng Iloilo) (IATA: ILO, ICAO: RPVI) is an international airport designed to serve the general area of Iloilo City, the capital city of the province of Iloilo in the Philippines, as well as the regional center of the Western Visayas region, or Region VI. The airport is a replacement for the old Mandurriao Airport located in Iloilo City proper and opened its doors on June 14, 2007. With the closure of Mandurriao Airport, Iloilo International Airport inherited its IATA and ICAO airport codes.

The airport is located nineteen kilometers northwest of Iloilo City on a 188-hectare site between the municipalities of Cabatuan and Santa Barbara, with the main entrance and airport access road in Santa Barbara and the rest of the airport infrastructure in Cabatuan. It is only one of two international airports in the Visayas, the other being Mactan-Cebu International Airport in Cebu City, and the first international airport built on the island of Panay.

History
Planning for the Iloilo International Airport project commenced in 1998, during the administration of Joseph Estrada. In November 1998, Estrada signed an executive order that created the Iloilo Airport Coordinating Committee, headed by Iloilo-born senator Franklin Drilon, one of the chief architects and supporters of the project.

The Iloilo International Airport project was inaugurated by President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo on January 25, 2004 in Cabatuan, the primary site of the airport. The airport project was to be funded with a 6.2-billion peso loan as part of a loan package provided by the Japan Bank for International Cooperation. It was decided that a new airport was needed for Iloilo City after it was found that Mandurriao Airport was unexpandable due to operational obstacles and the presence of structures that prohibited its expansion, such as slum areas and other natural and civic structures.

The selection of Cabatuan and Santa Barbara as the locations for the airport complex was done in a study performed by the Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) and the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA).

Physical construction work on the new airport started on April 14, 2004. The original expected deadline of completion was June 2007, although the expected deadline was moved to the first quarter of 2007. The Taisei Shimizu Joint Venture company was the contractor for the project, with Phil-Japan Airport Consultants, Inc. managing the project and serving as the government's consultant to the project. The project was 75 percent complete as of July 14, 2006, and was completed in March of 2007, ahead of schedule but over budget, with a final cost of around nine billion pesos.

Name
During the course of the airport's construction, the airport was called the New Iloilo Airport Development Project, or NIADP. During the airport's construction, there were three main contenders for the airport's name upon completion:

-Iloilo International Airport, the original name of the airport which has the support of the Iloilo provincial government and the Iloilo city government

-Panay International Airport, proposed by the President and supported by the Regional Development Council for Western Visayas (RDC) led by Antique governor Salvacion Perez, but opposed by the Iloilo city and provincial governments, the mayor of Cabatuan, and Justice Secretary Raul Gonzalez. The proposal has since been dropped due to the intense opposition.

-Graciano Lopez-Jaena International Airport, proposed by the Dr. Graciano Lopez-Jaena Foundation with the support of the RDC and Antique governor Perez, who is also a member of the foundation. The name has been endorsed by the National Historical Institute.

Opening dates
The original opening date of Iloilo International Airport was on March 19, 2007, when its inaugural flight would land. This was moved, however, to April 16, but was also cancelled due to the inability of the President to attend due to the hospitalization of First Gentleman Jose Miguel Arroyo. The new opening date of the airport was also scheduled for sometime in late April, although some sources also indicated that the airport will open on May 10, 2007 during a major TEAM Unity rally in Iloilo City that President Arroyo is expected to attend. The final opening date has since been slated for after the 2007 elections, most likely in June. The final opening date has been set for June 13, 2007, while commercial service will commence on June 14, 2007. Airlines have already started transferring their offices to the new airport.


Inauguration and start of operations
Iloilo International Airport formally opened on June 13 with the arrival of the presidential aircraft at the new airport at around 9:50 am PST. The inauguration of the new airport also included figures such as Japanese ambassador Ryuchiro Yamazaki and Transportation and Communications Secretary Leandro Mendoza.

The first commercial flight to land at the new airport was Philippine Airlines Flight 139, an Airbus A320 that departed from Ninoy Aquino International Airport and landed at 6:20 am PST on June 14.

Operations on the first day of the airport's commercial operation ran smoothly, although a baggage conveyor belt and x-ray machines malfunctioned due to a sudden surge in passengers trying to catch their early morning flights. Tension also marred the airport's first day after baggage porters who worked at the old Mandurriao Airport insisted on working at the new airport. The ATO, DOTC and the porters have since agreed to a closed-door conference and later on to refer the problem to DOTC Assistant Secretary Red Kapunan, the person in charge of international airports in the Philippines.

Airlines
The following airlines serve Iloilo International Airport:

Air Philippines (Cebu, Manila)
Cebu Pacific (Cebu, Manila)
Philippine Airlines (Manila)

As of the moment, no airline has expressed interest in starting international routes to and from Iloilo City. The ATO believes that international flights out of and to the airport might not begin until 2008. However, the DOTC is said to be planning international cargo flights out of the airport as sixty percent of Philippine seafood exports come from Panay. International passenger flights could commence once Iloilo International Airport passes ICAO standards.

Structure

Runway
Iloilo International Airport has one primary 2,500 meter (8,203 feet) runway with a width of 45 meters (148 feet). It runs at 02°/20°, the same as Mandurriao Airport. Unlike the runway at Mandurriao, however, the longer runway at Iloilo International Airport can support aircraft as large as the Boeing 747 and the Airbus A330. Runway lights and an Instrument Landing System have also been installed, making the airport capable of supporting landings during low visibility and at night.

Terminals
The airport has a 12,000-square meter main passenger terminal designed to handle around 1.2 million passengers annually.[28] It is divided into three levels: arrivals and baggage claim on the first floor, check-in on the second floor and departures on the third floor. The pre-departure area at Iloilo International Airport can handle 436 passengers at any given time.

The terminal has three jetways hanging above a 48,000-square meter apron, making Iloilo International Airport capable of supporting up to six aircraft simultaneously. When fully retracted, the jetways expand to a length of 35 meters.

The main terminal is equipped with six x-ray machines, as well as escalators and staircases for departing and arriving passengers' use. There are also two elevators, one for very important persons and one for disabled passengers. Two pocket gardens have been installed at the terminal, one each for both the departure and arrival halls. The building also features ten modern check-in counters with LCD monitors. The terminal makes extensive use of natural lighting, making the airport very energy efficient.

Other amenities available to passengers include a special smoking room, a VIP lounge, a Mabuhay Lounge for Philippine Airlines business class passengers and counters for hotel and car rental bookings, as well as areas for airport stores and payphones.

Iloilo International Airport also has a 1,281-square meter cargo terminal, designed to handle around 11,200 tons of cargo annually.

Other structures

Iloilo International Airport has a modern 35-meter tall control tower equipped with air navigation equipment and radar systems in place. The airport also has maintenance buildings with complete equipment and a fire station equipped with three fire trucks, as well as an administrative building. There is also a 415-slot parking lot for passengers and employees, as well as airport visitors.

The airport has a power back-up system and a power generating station, enabling the airport to run even in the event of a power outage, which are common in Panay. The system enables the return of electric power to Iloilo International Airport within three seconds.

The airport also has water treatment facilities and a six-hectare man-made pond that will be used for flood control and drainage purposes, as well as for the irrigation of nearby farmland.

Access and transportation
Iloilo International Airport is accessible by land via a three-kilometer long, thirty-meter wide access road linking the airport complex with the municipality of Santa Barbara. The access road is wide enough to be able to accommodate four lanes of traffic. The estimated travel time to the airport from Iloilo City proper is around thirty minutes.

Although public transport routes to and from the airport are being studied, no franchises for transport services to and from the airport have been granted as of yet by the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB). Some transport operators, however, are showing interest in starting shuttle services to the airport from Iloilo City, while others have drawn proposals for public transport routes from Iloilo City directly to the airport.
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from Iloilo Thread courtesy of Collin:

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MULTI CAB SERVICE

JUNCTION ROAD FROM ILOILO CITY TO CABATUAN AND NIA. STA BARBARA SECURITY GUARD POST. 3KMS TO NIA

BAYANI RESTO AND BAR

COUNTER

EQUIPPED WITH LCD MONITOR

ILONGGO FOODS

CRISPY NOODLES

COFFEEBREAK


COFFEEBREAK LOUNGE EQUIPPED WITH LCD MONITOR



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Amo ni ang tatlo ka railings sa arrival area nga wala pa napinturahan.

kag amo naman ni ang railings sa departure area nga napinturahan na sng white. sorry guys kay wala sa intention ko ang railings thats why nga wala ko gd sya na focus.
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Instrument Landing System

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I am a student of PUP, we will have a report about ILS including ILS in the Philippines.
I just want to ask if anyone here have a list of airports in the Philippines that have an Instrument Landing System.
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Iloilo airport looks really nice. I like the new bacolod airport but i think Iloilo looks nicer. The only thing with that i really think is a good idea in the new bacolod airport is that it has an observation deck atop of it's terminal building. DVO airport looks nice and clean, it has a different touch but when you talk about modernity, i would say Iloilo is the most modern looking and perhaps NAIA T2 and this new Bacolod airport would be second modernlooking to me IMO. Congratulations Philippines never the less!!!!
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As an fyi- Pacific Pearl Airways, a new Philippine start-up airline arrived Subic yesterday afternoon. Photographs of the plane as she was being ferried and on the first leg of her island hopping journey can be seen at http://www.pbase.com/philippineaviat..._pearl_airways . Photos were taken in Salinas, CA.
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The terminal will have three floors and will incorporate three air-bridges designed to accommodate aircraft of a size up to and including the Boeing 737 and the Airbus 330. The new Bacolod-Silay International Airport is the first stage in the air transport infrastructure development strategy of the Philippines Department of Transport and Communications (DOTC) - Air Transportation Office. http://www.airport-technology.com/projects/bacolod
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Iloilo airport looks really nice. I like the new bacolod airport but i think Iloilo looks nicer. The only thing with that i really think is a good idea in the new bacolod airport is that it has an observation deck atop of it's terminal building. DVO airport looks nice and clean, it has a different touch but when you talk about modernity, i would say Iloilo is the most modern looking and perhaps NAIA T2 and this new Bacolod airport would be second modernlooking to me IMO. Congratulations Philippines never the less!!!!
Thanks DieselJock. I hope your observation is true. By the looks of it, the New Iloilo Airport is the best looking and most modern airport in our country today. I just wish that the new airport will soon cater international flights to serve the whole of Western Visayas region and Visayas group of islands per se. The New Iloilo Airport will the gateway to country's top tourist destination, BORACAY and the favoured island of GUIMARAS.
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Old July 12th, 2007, 05:21 AM   #278
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does anyone have a picture of the ozamis airport....i believe it was just inaugurated by the president lately....
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NEW BACOLOD-SILAY AIRPORT- NEGROS OCCIDENTAL

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Pictures courtesy of Eric G. (Juicydude of SSC Bacolod)
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nice photos, i still like the IloIlo airport.
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