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Expansion Of Clark Airport To Finish By Mid-2020, Adds Second Runway


The construction expansion of Clark International Airport will be finished by mid-2020 according to the Department of Transportation (DOTr) and it can accommodate trioled of its current passengers annually for donestic and international flights making at par with the biggest airports.


The expansion of Clark Airport will lessen the congestion of the main Philippine airport Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) according to DOTr secretary Arthur Tugade. The airport will be expanded with additional 100,000 square meters.
Screenshot Image of the Expansion
Clark is only an hour or two drive from the Philippine capital Manila and will theoretically address the congestion as Clark is connected to national expressways NLEX and the upcoming North-South Commuter Railway System.


Terminal 2 when finished
DOTr also mention the ongoing construction of the second runway of the airport which main purpose to accommodate more flight and avoid flight delays. The 2nd runway is 2km away from the 1st runway and are simultaneous runways, that means two aircraft can land at the same time at any end on both runways.
Terminal 2 Roofline
The expansion of the Clark International Airport is the fastest infrastructure that have been implemented under the Build Build Build program of the Duterte Administration according to Finance secretary Carlos Dominguez III.
Image from Budji+Royal
Clark International Airport Terminal 2 will also introduce the modern filipino design by Budji+Royal architectural firm. The roofline of the airport has the outline of the surrounding mountains of Pampanga and will use longspan metal and a glue-laminated design. Being one of the Kapampangans famous cultural symbols, the star lantern, will patterned within the roofline.

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