The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is opposed to having Clark Airport become the main international gateway for the Philippines, and is also concerned about an Indonesian government plan to develop a new international airport for Jakarta. IATA argues that Clark’s location is too inconvenient for travelers. “I think Clark will continue to have a role but it is hard for it to be ‘the solution’ considering the airport is 100km from the city,” IATA Director General Tony Tyler ...
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