An artist's impression of the New Manila International Airport.
PHOTO BY SMC
MANILA – The design for the New Manila International Airport was revealed to the media on Wednesday (September 23), weeks after lawmakers approved a bill granting San Miguel Corporation (SMC) franchise to build and operate the airport in Bulacan.
The proposed project, when completed, will give the Philippines another “world-class” international airport aimed at decongesting air traffic in Metro Manila and the Ninoy Aquino International Airport.
The airport will sit on a 2,500-hectare land. SMC President and COO Ramon Ang said construction of the airport will start in October.
The New Manila International Airport is seen to decongest the Ninoy Aquino International Airport with its projected capacity of 200 million passengers annually. CAD/Expat Media
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