News Listings for Manila Ninoy Aquino International

  • ANALYSIS: Asian airports play catch-up with surging demand

    News | 15 Sep 2014 08:24 | Ellis Taylor

    ​Asia has been a hotbed of airline activity, but infrastructure at a number of airports has been lagging behind.
  • Airports

    News | 20 Jul 1999 23:00

    Aeroports de Paris, the operator of Charles de Gaulle and Orly airports, has signed a partnership agreement with Chateauroux-Deols Airport to study the potential of the latter to handle increased freight traffic. Chateauroux-Deols is located in the Paris area and offers a 24h operation. Passenger numbers at London Luton Airport rose 33% in the first six months of the year to 2.29 million. Scheduled services make up 77% of the traffic. Frankfurt Main Airport is to invest DM100 million ($52 million) in Philippine International Air Terminals, the consortium that will build and operate the new terminal 3 at Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport. Construction is due to start early next year and should be complete by July 2002. A R24-million ($4 million) cargo facility at Cape Town International Airport in South Africa is expected to expand dramatically the cargo-handling capabilities of the Western Cape's major airport. Construction on the new 11,000m2 (118,000ft2) cargo centre, sit