When completed, the Laguindingan Airport will upgrade the region‚Äôs air transportation network through reliable connections with other parts of the country, spurring business opportunities in agriculture and tourism in Northern Mindanao.
Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) and Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP)
The Laguindingan Airport is positioned approximately 45 kilometers southwest of Cagayan de Oro City and approximately 65 kilometers from Iligan City. It currently serves as the main airport to the cities of Northern Mindanao like Iligan City, Cagayan De Oro, Misamis Oriental, and Lanao del Sur. The project is located in Barangay Moog, Municipality of Laguindingan, Misamis Oriental in Northern Mindanao (Region X).
The expansion of the existing airport facilities includes airside civil works (runways, apron, taxiway, etc.) and air navigational facilities, landside building works and terminals (passenger and cargo terminals and other associated facilities) and all other facilities as per international standards.
The project involves the operation and maintenance (O&M) of the Laguindingan Airport along with the development of associated infrastructure and facilities, and the installation of all required equipment to meet applicable international standards. Specifically, these include:
a. Expansion/construction of new passenger terminal(s),¬†along with all associated infrastructure and facilities¬†as per applicable standards;
b. O&M of the passenger terminals (new and existing)¬†during the entire concession period;
c. Development of airside facilities, including, among others, the apron, runway and taxiway;
d. Enhancement/development of airside facilities to¬†meet the enhanced scale of operations at the airport¬†over the required duration; and
PhP 14.6 Billion | USD 324.44 Million
For Issuance of Invitation to Bid
ATTY. RENE K. LIMCAOCO
(+632) 725-0204 loc. 247
ATTY. JAIME RAPHAEL FELICIANO
Assistant Secretary, DOTC
MR. IAN EDWARD A. MEDENILLA
Project Manager, PPP Center
(+632) 990-0721 loc. 6103
¬†USD 1 = PhP 45