CITY OF SAN FERNANDO – “The best airport service and VIP passenger experience awaits local and foreign travelers in Clark.”
Thus, said a statement from the Pampanga Chamber of Commerce and Industry Inc. (PamCham) as it lauded the government for successfully bidding out the operations and maintenance contract (O&M) of the Clark international airport in record time last week.
The PamCham also noted that the bidding was “carried out in a very transparent manner” citing its transaction adviser, the International Finance Corporation of the World Bank (IFCWB), for airing all the activities live on its social media pages.
“The careful and rigorous selection process undertaken by the Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA), in partnership with the Department of Transportation (DOTr), that led to the awarding of the contract to the consortium led by Changi Airport Group, operator of the number one airport in the world, also composed of the Filinvest Development Corp., JG Summit Holdings, Inc., and Philippine Airport Ground Support Solutions, Inc., assures the chamber that the best airport service and VIP passenger experience awaits local and foreign travelers in Clark,” said PamCham, led by its core officers – chairman emeritus Levy P. Laus, vice chairman Rene G. Romero, president Engr. Jesus S. Nicdao and vice president Prudencio S. Garcia.
“This North Luzon Airport Consortium brings together Changi’s expertise and experience and Filinvest and JG Summit’s strengths in the local development market,” the PamCham said further.
“We commend the Duterte Administration for heeding the appeal of the business community in Pampanga and Central Luzon, for the full development of the Clark International Airport as Asia’s next premier gateway. Once a dream, now finally becoming a reality through its massive infrastructure program – Build Build Build,” the statement said.