Two new airports in the Philippines opened in June and open in August.
Airports in the Philippines – San Vicente
The San Vicente Airport in nort-western Palawan was officially opened to light plane on Thursday June 22. For a long time it seemed that this airport was one more “Would be great to have project”. Design had started in 2009. Immediately after 8 yrs the airport near the longest white seaside grew to become true.
Professional flights to and from San Vicente Airport are predicted to start by the conclude of the yr. Philippine Airways (PAL) is now moving their tools into the premises of the new airport. The airport has not however IATA and ICAO codes attributed.
In this article is the new airport:
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Airports in the Philippines – Maasin
The Maasin airport in southern Leyte is fairly a re-opening. In 2009 it was declared that The Department of Transportation and Communications had allocated PHP 40 million for he expansion of the runway. A more PHP 50 million has been requested for the terminal building. This are the least expensive amounts ever attributed to an airport task.
The airport is identified less than the name of the barangay of Panan-Awan. Its 16/34 runway is 3660 ft (1116 m) prolonged and lays 328 feet MSL (100 m MSL). The airport lays about 14 km northeast of downtown Maasin. Due to the fact of the partially bed roads a single desires about 50 percent an hour to access the city’s centre.
From August 1, 2017 Air Juan will fly from Maasin to Cebu and probably to Tagbilaran. This will be the very first commercial flights from this airports.
In Oct 2014 Cebu Pacific Air carried out an inspection of Maasin airport. The inspection and study by Cebu Pacific mentioned 8 (8) results needing “corrective action”. The basic safety issues integrated provisioning of a Group 5 Rescue and Fireplace Battling Provider immediate completion of the airport terminal building provisioning of an Air Traffic Service and Navigation Aids at the airport repainting/painting of runway and taxiway edge-lines, and establishment of aircraft parking stands at the airport apron trimming/removal of observed vegetation growth/trees specifically at the technique of runway 16 Implementation of the planned completion/upgrading of the airport perimeter fence updating of the airport info on the AIP to contain availability of runway/taxiway/ramp PCN and, for the proposed lengthening of the airport runway, it is recommended that the runway requirement of an A319/A320 aircraft be deemed.
We don’t know if all of these details have been corrected by now.
Air Juan has not nonetheless up to date their website.