The North Luzon Airport Consortium (NLAC), which was awarded a 25-year operations and management contract in December for the new terminal at Clark International Airport in the Philippines, has pledged PHP6 billion ($114.6 million) for the fitting out of the facility. NLAC, led by Singapore’s Changi Airport Group’s (CAG) Changi Airport Philippines, includes JG Summit Holdings, Filinvest Development and Philippine Airport Ground Support Solutions. The consortium has offered ...

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