Airports are more than just a business operation. These mega structures connect communities for personal, business, commercial, and government purposes. The Philippines, consisting of more than 7,000 islands, is operating on 215 airport terminals as of 2013. With the booming tourism industry and increase in economic activities, the daily air traffic and airport congestion continue to rise around the country. There are critical infrastructure capacity constraints among Philippine airports: limited runway capacity, landing slots, terminal spaces, etc. To help address these gaps, the government has recognized the expansion and improvement of airport infrastructures through public-private partnership (PPP). Read more.