- The ‘Super Consortium’ partnered with Singapore’s Changi Airport consults for NAIA’s rehabilitation
- The group submitted an ‘unsolicited’ proposal to rehabilitate the country’s main airport
- Singapore’s Changi Airport is named 2017 Skytrax’s world’s best airport for the fifth consecutive year
The group of Filipino companies or the ‘Super Consortium’ that aims to rehabilitate the Ninoy Aquino International Airport have partnered with Singapore’s Changi Airport consultants.
In their bid to rehabilitate the country’s main airport, Metro Pacific Investments Corporation (MPIC) vice president Melody del Rosario confirmed that the consortium has chosen Changi Airport International to help assist them with their huge plans.
The MPIC’s statement was quoted by GMA saying, “We confirm that the parties have agreed to engage Changi Airport Consultants Pte. Ltd., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Changi Airports International Pte. Ltd., to provide technical support in relation to their unsolicited proposal to rehabilitate and expand NAIA.”
The ‘Super Consortium’ is composed of the country’s biggest Filipino companies, including MPIC, Aboitiz Equity Ventures Inc., Alliance Global Group Inc., Ayala Corporation, Filinvest Development Corporation, JG Summit Holdings Inc., and LT Group Inc.
The group submitted an ‘unsolicited’ proposal to help rehabilitate NAIA. The JG Summit said, “The consortium believes that this approach promotes greater economic benefit and sustainability for the whole country.”
Singapore’s Changi Airport is named 2017 Skytrax’s world’s best airport for the fifth consecutive year by international air travelers.