AFAB partners with SCAD Council

The Authority of Freeport Area of Bataan (represented by AFAB Chairman and Administrator Emmanuel Pineda on Monday, October 14, 2019, signed a memorandum of agreement (MOA) with the Subic-Clark Alliance for Development (represented by SCAD Vice-Chairperson Atty. Wilma T. Eisma) to formalize the partnership of SCAD and AFAB for the integration and interconnection of the continue reading : AFAB partners with SCAD Council

CL water crisis by 2025: From scattered initiatives to a budding national movement

Metro Manila exceeded itself again in being a region of queues. It was not just the ridiculous traffic or the perennial breakdowns of the rail. Residents found themselves in the middle of an entirely different horror story.  Armed with their plastic pails, men and women, young and old alike waited in long lines to get continue reading : CL water crisis by 2025: From scattered initiatives to a budding national movement

Impressed JAL execs see Clark-Narita flights soon

CLARK FREEPORT — Impressed executives of Japan Airlines said they would propose flights between Clark International Airport and Narita Airport, which serves Tokyo, particularly to serve overseas Filipino workers. “There is a huge demand of passengers especially of OFWs,and we will propose an initial Clark-Narita route,” Kazuhiro Ishida, Japan Airlines country manager, said following a continue reading : Impressed JAL execs see Clark-Narita flights soon

Clark’s 282 weekly flights prove viability as Naia’s dual airport

CLARK INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT—As the number of this airport’s weekly flights reached 282, the viability of the national government’s dual-airport policy with that of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (Naia) has been confirmed. This developed despite the contrary observations made by Alexandre de Juniac, director general and CEO of International Air Transport Association (Iata), that Clark continue reading : Clark’s 282 weekly flights prove viability as Naia’s dual airport

Subic cited as Asia’s ‘Fastest Growing Free Trade Zone’

SUBIC BAY FREEPORT—Fresh from its victory in the sports tourism derby last week in Bangkok where it was named “Best Sports Tourism Destination of the Year,” Subic Bay has gained yet another recognition, this time as Asia’s “Fastest Growing Free Trade Zone” in the International Finance Awards 2017. Aside from this, the Subic Bay Metropolitan continue reading : Subic cited as Asia’s ‘Fastest Growing Free Trade Zone’