Clark Airport Expansion Project

(Photo taken from a scratched lens of N97)

Just flew out of DMIA – Diosdado Macapagal International Airport (better known as Clark Airport) in Angeles City to Bangkok, Thailand.  While walking at the Tarmac to board the plane bound to Bangkok, I have noticed that an expansion of the passenger terminal is being constructed.

According to the website of DMIA, the passenger terminal of the DMIA is currently undergoing an expansion and improvement of its facilities to increase its passenger capacity as well as expand its area and operations. It also includes the construction of a second floor for the terminal and the installation of two passenger boarding bridges, escalators, elevators, background music and improvement of the facilities to ensure added convenience for travelers to the airport.

I also heard from the grapevine that Emirates Airlines will fly regularly to Clark Airport.

Google map of Diosdado Macapagal International Airport.

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One Comment

  • My mum arrived from Australia to Clark Internnational Airport on April
    13,2013. She has to wait in the queue for two hours before she was processed through immigration. Two long hours, she is 80 years old. That was a long queue of foreigners & balikbayans who from the look on their faces mirrored irritations & frustrations.
    My mum’s comment; “it’s a total shame” and “never again”.
    Something must be done to have a quick & easy processing of documents.
    If they want more people to visit Philippines through Clark Intl Airport, they should get their acts together.
    We want positive experience from people wheteher they’re foreigners, balikbayans or OFWs

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