Gordon: New Clark terminal ‘a project of the Filipino people’
Senator Dick Gordon took pride at the new terminal soon-to-rise at the Clark International Airport.
During the groundbreaking ceremony for the Clark International Airport passenger terminal building, Gordon said the project will open opportunities given the interconnectivity between the airport and freeport zones in Central Luzon.
“When you build an infrastructure, it is not just a project of the President nor the officials, but of the Filipino people,” Gordon said.
Gordon, together with Sen. JV Ejercito, House Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez, Taguig City Rep. Pia Cayetano, Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea, Transportation Sec. Arthur Tugade, Finance Sec. Carlos “Sonny” Dominguez, Bases Conversion and Development Authority President Vince Dizon, Gov. Lilia Pineda, and Angeles City Mayor Edgardo Pamintuan, also laid the ceremonial time capsule as symbol of construction of the new terminal.
The P9.36 billion Clark International Airport new passenger terminal building will be funded by the national government under its “Build, Build, Build” program.
It is considered as one of the high impact projects under the administration’s flagship infrastructure program.
Eight million passengers can be accommodated by the new passenger terminal building, which is expected to finished by 2020.
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