CDC head Manankil receives award for Clark freeport ecotourism promotion
Clark Development Corporation (CDC) President and CEO Noel F. Manankil was recognized for his efficient management in the promotion of tourism inside the freeport.
The Rotary Club of Manila (RCM), considered as the oldest and most prestigious Rotary Club in the country, conferred the Ecotourism Awards to the CDC head recently.
The other recipients of the awards from different categories include Philippine Airline (PAL) President and CEO Jaime Bautista for Hall of Fame award, Manila Hotel Executive Vice President Enrique Yap, Jr. for Heritage Hotel Tourism Category, and Ayala Resorts and Hotel President Miguel Alexis Legaspi for Hotel Development Tourism among others.
Manankil earlier said that through the existence of the airport along with the on-going developments in the freeport, there have been an influx of tourists from across the globe.
He also cited that the airport has provided connectivity for both local and international tourists to explore Clark.
Currently, there are 158 international flights and 284 domestic flights per week or a total of 442 flights per week, or an average of 63 per day with an 11 airlines operating the flights at the Clark International Airport.
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