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P5-B Bicol International Airport starts domestic op Oct. 7 – Manila Bulletin

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The P5-billion Bicol International Airport (BIA) in Daraga, Albay starts receiving commercial domestic flights this Thursday, Oct. 7, 2021, on schedule, and will be ready for international flights a month later.

“Construction works for the BIA were delayed for 11 years. It went through 3

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Soon to take your breath away: Bicol International Airport nearing completion


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Currently, the overall progress of construction at the BIA has been pegged at 74.132 percent complete. Actual construction work at the airport only started in December 2016.
But now, Department of Transportation (DOTr) Secretary Arthur P. Tugade has ordered the conduct of continuous or 24/7 construction, and to do what is necessary to ensure faster completion of the project.
As of Feb. 3 2021, Package 2A of the BIA development project is 89.784 percent complete.
Construction works in Package 2A cover the airport’s landside facilities, such as the Administration Building, Air Traffic Control Building, Crash Fire Rescue Building, and the Maintenance Building.

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Bicol Int'l Airport construction work at 72% – Manila Bulletin


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OST SCENIC GATEWAY – With the majestic Mayon Volcano as its background, the Bicol International Airport (BIA) is shown in its
final stages of construction in Daraga, Albay. Transportation Secretary Arthur Tugade said that construction of BIA will be completed
within the year.
Actual construction of the airport only started in December 2016.
A statement from the DOTR said that as of Jan. 13, Package 2A of the BAI development project is now 88.2 percent complete.
Construction work in Package 2A is being handled by the Sunwest Construction and Development Corp. and covers the airport’s landside facilities, such as the Administration BuildingAir Traffic Control Building, Crash Fire Rescue Building, and the Maintenance Building.

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