A senior vice president of the Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA) has taken over as the new president and chief executive officer of the Clark International Airport Corporation.
According to a CIAC statement, Joshua Bingcang took his oath of office before Transportation Secretary Jaime Bautista, replacing the state-run corporation’s officer-in-charge Darwin Cunanan.
CIAC, a subsidiary of the BCDA, manages the development of the Clark civil aviation complex and is under the supervision and control of the Department of Transportation.
The CIAC has been assigned to exercise regulatory supervision and oversight of activities occurring within the aviation complex, including the Clark International Airport.
Bingcang was appointed officer-in-charge of the Clark aviation firm from 2019 to 2020, months after the privatization of the Clark International Airport during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.
He will now head the CIAC to strengthen its commercial, engineering and corporate management teams to develop a globally-competitive service and logistics center at the aviation complex surrounding the Clark International Airport.
CIAC is the government corporation managing the 2,367-hectare Clark Civil Aviation Complex, home to the Clark International Airport, and host to the mixed-use commercial hub Clark Global City and its other locators.