Cagayan to have int’l airport | Headlines, News, The Philippine Star

July 21, 2015 by Herman M. Miller | Filed under Uncategorized.

m88 it has been tasked to manage and supervise the development of the Cagayan Special Economic Zone and Freeport.

CEZA said the presence of the airport would not only make Cagayan’s economy stronger and sustainable but also throughout Cagayan Valley, especially since the region is considered one of the country’s food baskets.

“Actually, we are expecting the arrival of a chartered plane and its departure for Manila today.

Initially serving domestic flights, CEZA said the 150-hectare airport could now accommodate direct international flights from Japan, China, Taiwan, Singapore and Korea.

This came after the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) approved the application of Cagayan North International Airport for P1.67 billion to finance its commercial operation following a series of test runs and inspections of its facilities.

CEZA, created in 1995 through Republic Act 7922, is a government-owned and controlled corporation under the Office of the President. This will be the airport’s first official commercial flight. 9.

“Its 2.1-kilometer and 45-meter wide runway can accommodate up to the capacity of Airbus 320 aircraft,” said Nilo Aldeguer, CEZA senior deputy administrator.

CAAP is the only government agency mandated to issue permit or clearance for commercial and private operations of airports and implementing policies on civil aviation to ensure safe, economic and efficient air travel.

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The construction of the international airport is in line with CEZA’s mandate of transforming Cagayan, as well as northeast Luzon, into one of the country’s economic, tourism and logistic hubs.

. The plane is owned and operated by the Helitrend Airline Corp.,” he said.

BAYOMBONG, Nueva Vizcaya, Philippines – Commercial flights are being readied at the newly constructed international airport in Cagayan province, whose operation is expected to accelerate economic and tourism development in northeast Luzon.

Located in Cagayan’s northern Lallo town, the airport is a joint venture between CEZA and a private sector through 48-52 sharing scheme, respectively.

One of the airport’s major proponents, Julian Gonzales, officer-in-charge of the Cagayan Economic Zone Authority (CEZA), said they received the clearance to operate from CAAP last Oct

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