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DOTC allots P9.1B to build, upgrade 31 airports in 2016

Written by bh0ngg. Posted in News

The bulk of the DOTC’s 2016 budget for aviation-related development projects will go to Panglao International Airport, P2.136 billion; Clark International Airport, P2.093 billion; and Naga Airport, P1.002 billion, Ty, a member of the House transportation committee, said.

“Some of the money will be for new construction and facilities, and some for continuing projects,” Ty said.

The lawmaker earlier said that domestic and international air travel explosions due to falling aviation jet fuel prices would benefit the national economy.

Buoyed by lower fuel costs, the country’s two dominant carriers – Cebu Pacific Air and Philippine Airlines – are now offer new promotional fares for domestic as well as international destinations.

“Last year, higher fuel prices accounted for 40 to 49 percent of the operating costs of Philippine Airlines and Cebu Pacific Air. This year, lower fuel prices represent just 30 to 39 percent of their operating costs,” Ty said.

“If we look at how Filipinos are spending their savings from cheaper air fares, the money appears to be going mainly to travel-related expenses, including increased food consumption in airport terminals,” he said.

The higher consumption spending spurred by the drop in fuel prices contributes to overall economic growth, according to the lawmaker.

Ty said the other airports getting fresh development funding are:

•Bicol International Airport – P747.4 million;

•Sanga-Sanga Airport – P577.7 million;

•Siargao Airport – P264.1 million;

•Calbayog Airport – P203.6 million;

•Cauayan Airport – P198.0 million;

•Tuguegarao Airport – P194.6 million;

• San Jose Airport- P185.7 million;

•Zamboanga International Airport – P160.1 million;

• Roxas Airport – P95.4 million;

•Puerto Princesa International Airport – P68.1 million;

•Cotabato Airport – P51.5 million;

•Siquijor Airport – P40.8 million;

•San Vicente Airport – P34.0 million;

•Basco Airport – P33.2 million;

•Virac Airport – P32.6 million;

•Dipolog Airport – P25.4 million;

•Ozamiz Airport – P20.0 million;

•Laoag International Airport – P13.5 million;

•Bagabag Airport – P11.8 million;

• Antique Airport – P10.0 million;

•Taytay Airport – P8.8 million; and

•Butuan Airport – P2.0 million.

Meanwhile, the lawmaker said the DOTC is spending another P700 million for “consultancy payments” for public-private partnership projects at Davao International Airport, Iloilo International Airport, Bacolod International Airport, Laguindingan International Airport, and Panglao International Airport.

He said the department is also spending P100 million for new communications and navigational surveillance as well as air traffic management systems, plus P25 million for the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Redevelopment, Improvement and Capacity Expansion.

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