Manila in focus
The Philippines’ main gateway, Manila Ninoy Aquino International
Airport, is still without its new Terminal 3 – a facility that was to
provide a new home for Philippine Airlines and the much-needed capacity to expand
air services to/from the capital. Despite the Government’s intention to
open the terminal in Mar-07 (operating under the Manila International Airport
Authority), its opening has once again been postponed indefinitely, due to earthquake
reinforcement structural defects. The terminal is capable of servicing 33,000
passengers per day and has a total floor area of 182,500 sqm. It has 34 aero
bridges, and a 4-level shopping mall, which connects to a 2,000 space car parking
facility. Its opening postponement is a big blow for the airport, which is facing
increasing competition from Diosdado Macapagal International Airport (DMIA).
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