Clark DMIA Airport Voted “Airport of the Year” by Frost & Sullivan Consultants
Clark Freeport, Philippines April 5, 2008 - Exciting news for the Clark Diosdado Macapagal International Airport (DMIA), the airport management just received another prestigious aware, the “Airport of the Year” award for 2007, presented in Singapore by Frost & Sullivan, at the Asia Pacific Aerospace and Defense Awards Banquet.
This remarkable achievement was realized shortly after another prestigious award was granted to DMIA. The “Low Cost Airport of the Year Award” was awarded by the Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation (CAPA) to DMIA in 2006.
This is a tremendous achievement for DMIA which started very humbly back in the early 1990’s, offering only charter flights. Mr. Victor Luciano, CEO of Clark International Airport Corporation (CIAC) was noted as saying that the award came at a time when DMIA, Clark Airport was experiencing an unprecedented level of growth in aviation-related projects and passenger volume. Wow, it looks as if Mr. Luciano and his crew are performing over and above the call of duty!
Formulated in 1961, Frost and Sullivan maintain over 26 offices worldwide, and is a major, respected global research company. The company sports a staff of over 1,500 employees with titles ranging from economists, market research and technology analysts involved in the industries in Aerospace and defense, transportation, environmental technology, chemicals, food, energy, power systems and more.
As a strong, worldwide research and analysis company, Frost and Sullivan are in a position to perform comprehensive, in-depth examination of companies in the defense and aerospace industries. This award carries a tremendous amount of credibility
As we watch the Clark Freeport grow and prosper, seeing almost weekly announcements of deals with huge logistics and airline repair facilities taking shape at DMIA Clark Airport, new, signed contracts between CDC and multinational corporations, superhighways completed, 18 story 1000 room hotels in the construction phase, and large IT techno-parks taking shape, we can’t help but feel this region of Central Luzon Philippines is ready to move into a new phase of focused-progress. DMIA’s leaders and staff’s accomplishments are nothing but outstanding; we applaud you for your ongoing hard work.