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CLARK INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT TODAY


INTERNATIONAL PASSENGER FLIGHTS Air Asia Berhad (A-320)  Daily flights (Clark – Kuala Lumpur - Clark)  Daily flights (Clark – Kota Kinabalu - Clark) Air Asia Philippines (A-320)  Daily flights (Clark – Kuala Lumpur - Clark)  Daily fights (Clark – Hongkong – Clark)  Daily flights (Clark – Macau – Clark)

AIRCRAFT MOVEMENTS PER WEEK

Total of 224 flights/week

Airphil Express (A-320)  4x per week (Clark – Hongkong – Clark)

Incheon Busan

Asiana Airlines (A-321)  Daily flights (Clark – Incheon - Clark) Cebu Pacific (A-319)  Daily flights (Clark – Singapore - Clark)  Daily flights (Clark – Hongkong - Clark)  6x per week (Clark – Macau – Clark)  2x per week (Clark – Bangkok – Clark)

Hongkong Macau

DragonAir (A-321)  Daily flights (Clark – Hongkong – Clark) Jin Air (B737)  3x per week (Clark – Incheon – Clark)

Clark

Bangkok

Seair (A-319)  Daily flights (Clark – Singapore – Clark) Kuala  10x per week (Clark – Hongkong – Clark) Lumpur  Daily flights (Clark – Bangkok – Clark) Singapore  3x per week (Clark – Kota Kinabalu – Clark) Zest Air (A-320)  Daily flights (Clark – Incheon - Clark)  Additional 3x per week (Clark – Incheon - Clark) effective 21 December 2012  2x per week (Clark – Busan- Clark) flights start 21 December 2012

Kota Kinabalu


DOMESTIC PASSENGER FLIGHTS AIRCRAFT MOVEMENTS PER WEEK

Total of 66 flights/week Air Asia Philippines (A-320)  Daily flights (Clark – Davao – Clark)  4x per week (Clark – Puerto Princesa – Clark)  9x per week (Clark- Kalibo – Clark) Airphil Express (A-320)  2x per week (Clark- Kalibo – Clark)  2x per week (Clark- Puerto Princesa – Clark)  2x per week (Clark - Cebu – Clark)

Cebu Pacific (ATR-72)  3x per week (Clark - Cebu - Clark) Seair (A-319)  4x per week (Clark – Kalibo - Clark)

 Clark

Kalibo Puerto Princesa

Cebu

Davao


2012 AIRCRAFT MOVEMENT (International and Domestic)

1,400 1,200 30%

1,000

Flight Count

38%

800

6% 6%

39%

36%

34%

32%

26%

29%

10%

Domestic Intertional

600 94%

94%

90%

62%

61%

64%

66%

68%

71%

70%

74%

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

45 710 755

42 605 647

431 676 1,107

416 727 1,143

403 779 1,182

392 833 1,225

344 830 1,174

376 892 1,268

347 964 1,311

400 200 0 International Domestic TOTAL

70 628 698

374 600 974


AIRCRAFT MOVEMENT 2012 (International and Domestic)

A I 12,000 R C R 10,000 A F T 8,000

M O V E M E N T S

6,000

11,484

72% Int’l

6,862

7,580

28% Domestic

4,000 2,000 0

Jan.- Nov. 2012

Jan.- Nov. 2011 67% INCREASE

Year 2011


2012 PASSENGER VOLUME (International and Domestic) 140,000

120,000 33%

35%

28%

27%

23%

Passenger Count

100,000 4%

26% 8%

28%

26%

5%

80,000

Domestic International

60,000 96%

95%

92%

67%

65%

72%

74%

72%

74%

73%

77%

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

85,868 3,833 89,701

74,840 3,568 78,408

71,571 27,391 98,962

71,252 84,802 77,286 92,719 94,317 25,626 32,686 27,402 34,660 28,650 96,878 117,488 104,688 127,379 122,967

40,000

20,000

International Domestic Total

77,334 79,271 80,316 6,720 38,991 42,475 84,054 118,262 122,791


PASSENGER VOLUME 2012 (International and Domestic) 1,161,578 1,200,000 1,000,000 P A S S E N G E R S

800,000

77% Int’l

600,000

23% Domestic

682,568

767,109

400,000 200,000 0 Jan.- Nov. 2012

Jan.- Nov. 2011

70% INCREASE

Year 2011


PASSENGER VOLUME (International and Domestic) 1,400,000

1,200,000

1,000,000

Passenger Count

23%

800,000

5% 7% 5%

600,000

8%

7%

92%

93%

4%

400,000 3%

96%

95%

93%

95%

77%

200,000 16%

0

44% 56%

84%

2003

2004

Domestic

97%

International 2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012 JAN. – NOV.

International Domestic TOTAL

7,880 6,160 14,040

49,566 9,442 59,008

224,497 470,867 7,816 17,889 232,313 488,756

489,969 490,748 43,650 39,681 533,619 530,429

559,792 30,752 590,544

607,704 46,525 654,229

725,023 42,086 767,109

889,576 271,752 1,161,328


INTERNATIONAL AND DOMESTIC PASSENGER VOLUME ACTUAL (YEAR 2003-2011) AND PROJECTIONS (YEAR 2012-2016)

P A S S E N G E R S

6,000,000 5,500

5,000,000 4,500

4,000,000 3,500

3,000,000 2,500

2,000,000 1,400

1,000,000

-

14

2003

59

232

2004

2005

488

533

530

590

654

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

767

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

YEAR

in thousands


PASSENGER DISTRIBUTION (by destination) January- November 2012 Kalibo –107,791 Macau 7%

Bangkok 13%

Davao – 60,520 Hongkong 26%

Cebu – 56,213 Puerto Princesa– 46,867

Incheon 14%

Singapore 18%

Malaysia 22%

Puerto Princesa 17% Kalibo 40%

Hongkong – 234,071

Malaysia – 195,962

Cebu 21%

Singapore– 166,054 Incheon– 122,857 Bangkok– 117,575

Macau– 62,492

Davao 22%


DRAGON AIR: 07:50 (HKG)- 10:05 (CRK)

CLARK IS NOW CONNECTED TO THE WORLD

CATHAY PACIFIC: (routes from U.S.A & Middle East to Hongkong): Abu Dhabi Bahrain Dubai Jeddah Pakistan

01:45-13:25 00:25-13:25 18:10-06:00 +1 12:44-06:00 +1 02:25-12:25

Los Angeles

San Francisco Chicago New York Vancouver

01:30-7:15+1/ 23:50-05:40+2/ 12:55-18:50+1 01:10-06:15+1/13:35-18:45+1 15:25-20:00+1 1:30-5:20+1/10:05-14:05+1/ 14:55-18:55+1/22:40-06:55+2 15:00-19:00/ 02:45-06:55+1

U.S.A MIDDLE EAST

HONG KONG

CRK


CLARK IS NOW CONNECTED TO THE WORLD

AIR ASIA:

06:45 (KUL) - 10:30 (CRK) 19:15 (KUL) - 23:35 (CRK) Routes from Australia to Kuala Lumpur: Sydney 11:55-17:30 Melbourne 01:45-07:05 Perth 06:60-12:30 CRK

KUALA LUMPUR

AUSTRALIA


CLARK IS NOW CONNECTED TO THE WORLD

ASIANA:

(ICN) - (CRK)

Routes from U.S.A and Australia to Incheon, Korea:

Los Angeles San Francisco New York Chicago Sydney

U.S.A

13:10-18:10 13:00-16:10 12:40-17:25 9:08-11:34 10:30-19:00

INCHEON, KOREA

CRK

AUSTRALIA


INTERNATIONAL CARGO FLIGHTS Taipei

Guangzhou

Shenzhen

United Parcel Service (UPS) Clark

13x per week (Taipei & Shenzhen)

FedExTechnical stops

13x per week (Taipei & Guangzhou)


AIRPORT FACILITIES CLARK CIVIL AVIATION COMPLEX • 2,367 hectares at 484 feet above mean sea level

PASSENGE TERMINAL BUILDING • Two passenger boarding bridges with a capacity of 2.5 million passengers per year PRIMARY RUNWAY • 3,200 meters length • 61 meters width • Full instrument flight rules

SECONDARY RUNWAY • 3,200 meters length • 45 meters width • Visual flight rules RADAR COVERAGE • Primary: 60 nautical miles • Secondary: 220 nautical miles

PRECICION APPROACH • Category I (ILS Category Rating) RESCUE & FIRE FIGHTING CAPABILITY • Category 9 IN-FLIGHT CATERING • Miascor Catering (Gate Gourmet) AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE, REPAIR & OVERHAUL • SIA Engineering Philippines • Metrojet Engineering Clark • Asian Aerospace AIRCRAFT REFUELING • Lubwell Corporation GROUND HANDLING • Clark Airport Support Services Corp. • Miascor Clark Aviation Services Corp.


SUPPORT SERVICES In-flight Catering Service

Fuel Provider

Ground- handling Companies

Line Maintenance


ROAD NETWORK DEVELOPMENT

Poro Point San Fernando Baguio

Dagupan

Rosario, La Union TPLEX

Palayan City

Tarlac

TNEAEX Dingalan Bay

Clark SUBIC-CLARK-TARLAC EXPRESSWAY (SCTEX)

Subic Subic Seaport

Clark Airport

Northern Luzon Expressway (NLEX)

Manila


ROAD ACCESS TO CLARK

Clark North Interchange

Clark South Interchange Spur Road Clark Main Gate


PUBLIC TRANSPORT (BUS) SERVICES

Philtranco Service Enterprises Routes: Clark ↔ Pasay v.v. Clark ↔ SM Megamall v.v. Clark ↔ Cubao v.v. Baguio

Genesis Transport Services Inc. Routes: Clark ↔ Avenida v.v. Clark ↔ Mariveles v.v. Clark ↔ San Fernando v.v. Clark ↔ Baguio v.v. Clark ↔ Baler (Aurora) v.v. Clark ↔ Cabanatuan v.v.

Aurora

Cabanatuan

Clark

Bataan

Manila


AIR-CONDITIONED JEEPS

CLARK Passenger Terminal

Dau Bus Terminal

SM Clark Terminal


PUBLIC TRANSPORT (TAXI) SERVICES

Clark to any point of Luzon


CLARK AS THE NEXT GATEWAY AIRPORT


THIRD BEST AIRPORT ZONE BY fDi MAGAZINE


STUDY ON AIRPORT STRATEGY FOR GREATER CAPITAL REGION EVALUATION OF NAIA’S ALTERNATIVE SITES: Option 1: San Nicolas Shoals (Sangley Point) Option 2: Angat - Pandi - Bustos Option 3: Obando Option 4: Taguig (Laguna de Bay)

Option 5: Rizal -Talim Island Option 6: CLARK


RESULTS OF COMPARISON Criteria

San Nicholas Shoals

Angat Pandi Bustos

Obando

Site availability 16

Disadv 3

Disadv 0

Operational considerations 12 Social considerations 12 Environmental considerations 12

Adv 11

Site accessibility 16 Time required until airport opening 16 Cost considerations 12

Overall 100

Taguig

Rizal Talim Island

CLARK

Disadv 3

Disadv 3

Disadv 0

Adv 13

Fair 8

Fair 7

Disadv 5

Fair 7

Adv 11

Fair 9

Disadv 2

Disadv 3

Disadv 2

Disadv 3

Fair 9

Fair. 7

Disadv 5

Fair. 7

Disadv. 5

Disadv. 5

Adv 10

Adv 12

Adv 11

Adv 13

Adv 14

Fair 8

Disadv 7

Disadv 5

Fair 8.

Disadv 5

Disadv 5

Disadv 5

Adv 16

Disadv 0

Disadv 1

Disadv 0

Disadv 1

Disadv 0

Adv 10

47

35

38 Source:

Advantageous>= 80 %, 80%>Fair>= 50 %, Disadvantageous< 50 %.

35

28

Recommended

76


CONCLUSION ON EVALUATION OF NAIA’S ALTERNATIVE SITES CLARK is considered the best option for the development of the next international gateway airport for the GCR (to either supplement or replace NAIA).This conclusion is contingent on a number of prerequisite conditions including:

 Concurrent completion of a high speed rail connection (travel times not exceeding 45 minutes)  Concurrent completion of NLEX /Skyway connections  Timely developments of various supporting facilities and infrastructure around Clark Source:


TWIN GATEWAY SYSTEM

DEVELOPMENT MODELS: Japan –

Narita Airport and the Haneda Airport

Washington – John Foster Dulles Airport and the Ronald Reagan Airport

London –

Heathrow Airport, Gatwick Airport, Luton Airport and the Stansted Airport


TWIN GATEWAY OPERATIONS REGION

POPULATION

Clark Int’l. Airport as “NAIA” of the North

NORTH LUZON Region 1 Region 2 CAR Region 3 NCR (CAMANAVA)

4,748,372 3,229,163 1,616,867 10,137,737 2,666,864 ----------------------

Total Catchment Population

22,399,003 ----------------------

SOUTH LUZON NCR Region 4 (CALABARZON) Region 5

9,189,111 12,609,803 5,420,411 ----------------------

Total Catchment Population

27,219,325 ----------------------

*NSO Statistics Population as of May 2010

North Luzon Manila Int’l. Airport as “NAIA” of the South

South Luzon


CLARK ENTITLEMENTS/BILATERAL AGREEMENTS COUNTRY Australia

Bahrain

PASSENGER CAPACIY

COUNTRY PASSENGER CAPACIY

4,000 seats

India

(1,300 tons/week for cargo)

Indonesia 3,000 seats/week

31 frequencies/week

Iran

(200 tons/week for cargo)

7 frequencies/week

7 frequencies/week (700 tons/week for cargo)

Belgium

2 frequencies/week

Japan

Brunei

1 frequency/week

(additional 6 coefficients

(1,400 tons/week for cargo)

Clark-Osaka and/or Nagoya) Korea

14 frequencies

Cambodia

32 frequencies/week

19,000 seats/week

Canada

7 frequencies/week

China

6,000 seats/week

Kuwait

14 frequencies/week

Egypt

3 frequencies/week

Libya

5 frequencies/week

Finland

7 frequencies/week

Germany

7 frequencies/week

Hong Kong

6,300 seats/week

(400 tons for cargo)

(300 tons per week)

Macau

6,300 seats/per week (No restriction on capacity & aircraft for cargo)

(1,400 tons/week for cargo) Malaysia

unlimited (700 tons per/week for cargo)


CLARK ENTITLEMENTS/BILATERAL AGREEMENTS COUNTRY

PASSENGER CAPACIY

COUNTRY

PASSENGER CAPACIY

Nauru

1 frequency/week

Switzerland

3 frequencies/week

Nepal

2,500 seats/week

Taiwan

450 seats/week

Netherlands

7 frequencies/week

Thailand

8,700 seats/week

(700 tons per week for cargo)

(700 tons/week for cargo)

New Zealand

3 frequencies/week

Turkey

3 frequencies/week

Pakistan

2 frequencies/week

United Arab

42 frequencies/week

Palau

200 seats/week

Emirates

(unlimited for cargo)

Papua New Guinea

unlimited

United Kingdom

Qatar

3 frequencies/week

7 frequencies/week for B747 or 10 frequencies/week for small aircraft

(400 tons per week for cargo)

Singapore

10,000 seats/week (Maximum of 200 tons/week w/o 5th freedom rights for cargo)

Spain

14 frequencies/week (With 3rd, 4th & 5th freedom traffic rights and with any type of aircraft for cargo)

Sri Lanka

unlimited

United States of America unlimited Vietnam

unlimited


CLARK INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT DEVELOPMENTS


VISION STATEMENT

To be a premier worldclass airport of the Philippines by 2020; the secondary airport of choice by 2017; and, a competitive aviation services center in the Asia Pacific Region by 2015.


CIAC UPDATED LAND USE PLAN


PASSENGER TERMINAL BUILDING

Old MAC Terminal

First Expansion

Old Terminal Building

Second Expansion (Phase 1)


PASSENGER TERMINAL AIR-CONDITIONED TENT


PASSENGER TERMINAL EXPANSION PHASE II

Terminal Capacity :

from 2.5 Million to 4 Million passengers per year

Estimated Project Cost:

Php 360 Million

Fund Source :

loan from bank

Estimate Project Completion: Year 2013


BUDGET AIRLINES IN CLARK a. Clark has been successful in inviting budget airlines:  Secondary airport accessible to the metropolis b. Eight (8) Budget/Low Cost airlines who decided to hub in Clark:  Air Asia Berhad  Air Asia Philippines  Seair  Tiger Airways  Airphil Express  Cebu Pacific  Jin Air  Zest Air


IMMEDIATE NEED FOR A BUDGET/LCC TERMINAL Budget/LCC Terminal with an initial capacity of at least 10 MAP


CLARK-TRINOMA CITY AIR TERMINAL •1st Phase - Airport Lounge, Airport Shuttle Services, Drop off and Pick up •2nd Phase – City Air Terminal, Security screening of baggage, airline check–in, baggage drop and handling •Located at the Trinoma Mall, which is accessible by public modes of transportation such as MRT, bus, PUJs and private vehicles. • 1 hour drive via Mindanao avenue provides easier access and more convenience for CRK passengers from Manila and South Luzon.


CLARK-TRINOMA CITY AIR TERMINAL

TO CLARK

MINDANAO AVE NLEX

SCTEX

CLARK AIRPORT

SCTEX- CLARK SOUTH EXIT

NLEX

CLARK - M.A. ROXAS HWY

EDSABALINTAWAK

FROM MANILA/ TRINOMA TRINOMA


BUS OPERATORS •Buses depart from the City Air Terminal every hour •Bus fares at Php 200.00 one way

CISCO


GATEWAY TERMINAL PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT


GATEWAY TERMINAL AREA


LOGISTICS PROJECTS WITHIN THE CCAC


SIA ENGINEERING PHILIPPINES

2nd Hangar for wide-body aircraft and 3rd Hangar for Airbus A380 aircraft to be constructed within the year.


JAMCO PHILIPPINES, INC.

Manufacturing commercial aircraft interior components and sub assembly parts for the parent companies, Jamco America and Jamco Corporation, known as worldwide leaders in aircraft interior design and modification.

Jamco America is a premier supplier of Airbus and Boeing aircraft interior engineering services and products. Jamco has been a key player in the aerospace business for more than five decades, with operations around the globe.


METROJET Metrojet Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) at Clark. The facility will initially offer the same aircraft maintenance services and support for Business Aircrafts currently enjoyed in Hong Kong.

Metrojet Limited. Established in 1995 and part of the Kadoorie Group, Metrojet is a leading operator and maintenance provider of business jets in the region, and pioneered business aviation services in Hong Kong.


DORNIER TECHNOLOGY

Dornier Technology is in charge of all the MRO activities for Seair. The two hangar facility in Clark have the capacity to work on an aircraft up to Airbus A320 in size


ASIAN AEROSPACE I. Factory Service Center for Asia: • Gulfstream • Pilatus of Switzerland • Twin Otter • MD Helicopters • ATR II. Maintenance Hub of Airline of Papua New Guinea III. FBO Universal Weather IV. Asia’s Center for Universal Weather V. Has a pending proposal with CIAC for an Air Taxi Hub • Clark – El Nido Palawan • Clark – Poro Point • Clark – Vigan • Clark – Laoag • Clark – Baguio • Clark – Cauayan Isabela • Clark – Basco Batanes


Thank you. CLARK INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT CORPORATION +63 45 599 2888/ 599 2896-97 www.clarkairport.com

CIAC November 2012  

CIAC November 2012 Reports

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