First, San Miguel has gotten the green light for the Bulacan airport project from the NEDA! Now all it needs is the President's go signal.
The National Economic and Development Authority’s Investment Coordination Council (NEDA-ICC) has approved the proposal of conglomerate San Miguel Corp. (SMC) to build a P700-billion airport in Bulacan.
The new international airport being pitched by SMC is one of the nine projects approved by the NEDA-ICC with a combined cost of P900 billion.
These projects will be next up for President Duterte’s approval.
Next, Boracay is closing for six months on April 26. Due to this, PR and 5J have announced several flight suspensions for both MPH and KLO.
Major local airlines on Wednesday announced flight cancellations to and from Caticlan and Kalibo towns in Aklan following the announcement of the closure of Boracay.
Philippine Airlines, in a statement, said several flights from Manila to the two municipalities will be suspended from April 20 to October 27, while flights to Caticlan from Cebu and Clark will be suspended from April 26 to October 27.
It will, however, operate 9 weekly flights between Manila and Kalibo and 7 weekly flights between Manila and Caticlan.