Terminal 3 Gets Funding Boost

Gov't injects $45 Million to Complete and Expand Terminal

February 13, 2013

The Government of the Philippines has forged a $45-million deal with Japanese contractor Takenaka Corp. to complete the rehabilitation of the 182,500-square meter Terminal 3 of Ninoy Aquino International Airport.  

Takaneka is to complete delivery of 23 airport systems, which include baggage handling and reconciliation system, flight information display system, building management system, local area network, fire alarm and protection system and passenger loading bridges.

Upon full completion, the new terminal will have 34 operating air bridges and 20 contact gates, allowing it to service 28 aircraft simultaneously. It would also have the capacity to service up to 6,000 passengers per hour, or 33,000 passengers daily at peak time. 

The NAIA terminal 3 is expected to be fully operation by the end of 2013.

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