Lucio Tan visits site of his aviation school in Subic
Bilyonaryo Lucio Tan recently went to Subic Bay International Airport to personally inspect the site where he intends to build a training and skills assessment center for aviation professionals.
Tan, chairman of Philippine Airlines, inquired about the state of facilities at the SBIA as well as other areas that can be developed into a passenger lounge or restaurant.
Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority chairman and administrator Wilma Eisma said they are promoting Subic as an aviation hub and are open to entertaining proposals to maximize the use of SBIA?s facilities.
Developed in 1996, the SBIA features a 10,000-square meter passenger terminal that has two jjetways, a closed-circuit television system, and a 9,000-foot runway.