Philippine Airlines’ (PAL) recently appointed president Ramon Ang wants to build a new airport for Manila, and is planning to present his plan to the government early next year. The new airport would occupy a 2,000-hectare (4,940-acre) site, Ang told reporters on the sidelines of PAL Holdings’ shareholder meeting. Ang declined to disclose the site of the planned airport, but says it is within a 15 min. drive of Manila’s Makati business district. Ang, who also is president of PAL’s ...

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