JG Summit-FDC consortium submits bid for Clark airport O&M
The group comprising JG Summit Holdings Inc., Filinvest Development Corp., and Singapore’s Changi Airport Group has submitted to the Bases Conversion Development Authority a proposal to operate and maintain the Clark International Airport.
The three firms together with Philippine Airport Ground Support Solutions are setting up a new company to be called North Luzon Airport Consortium.
The new corporation will serve as the group’s vehicle for the project.
FDC-JG earlier submitted an P839 billion unsolicited proposal to redevelop and operate the Clark International. The proposal, however, was rejected by the government earlier this year.
The project involves the construction of a new passenger terminal as well as other areas at the 2,367-hectare civil aviation complex.
The current passenger capacity of the existing passenger terminal is four million per year.
Among the airlines being served by the Clark airport are Qatar Airways, Asiana Airlines, Philippine Airlines, Cebu Pacific Air, CebGo, Tiger Air Singapore, Dragonair, Jin Air, and Air Asia Berhad