|0.8||358||Villamor AF Museum, Manila|
|9.1||329||Museo Pambata, Luzon|
|12.5||263||RPLS||Danilo Atienza, Luzon Island|
|62.8||169||RPUL||Fernando AB, Batangas|
|77.7||313||RPUF||Basa Air Base, Luzon Island|
Originally opened by the USAAF as Nichols Field. The Manilla International Air Terminal moved here in 1948 from a site on the ex Nielson Field at nearby Makati.
It was occupied by the Japanese during World War II and was handed over to the Philippine Government around 1948 by the US authorities. A runway for international movements was built in 1953 and in 1961, further work produced a new control tower and international terminal, when it became Manila International. A major expansion was planned in 1973 and work eventually began in mid 1978 on one of the options.
News about this location
PhilJets Received H145, 05-Feb-18 : Last December 14th, PhilJets’ new H145 / EC145T2 arrived at the company’s hangar at Manila Domestic Airport. The new twin-engine opens up possibilities to offer new services in the Philippines
Eight and Final Bell 412EP Delivered to the Philippines, 17-Aug-15 : Bell Helicopter announced the final delivery and acceptance of eight Bell 412EP helicopters to the Philippine Department of National Defense (DND) during the flag raising ceremony at the Villamor Air Base.
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