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NINOY AQUINO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT TERMINAL 1

Rehabilitation plan for ‘world’s worst airport’ approved, says designer Cobonpue

By: - NewsLab Lead / @MSantosINQ
/ 06:43 PM November 08, 2011

MANILA, Philippines-—A video showing the latest planned renovation design of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) terminal 1 was released through the Facebook page of Kenneth Cobonpue Tuesday.

The video description said that the NAIA-1 Renovation Plan has been approved by the NAIA Board and Department of Transportation and Communications Secretary Manuel Roxas.

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President Benigno Aquino III earlier said in an interview with YouTube Wordview website that the NAIA rehabilitation plan would be submitted Tuesday.

The renovation plan was a project of the National Competitiveness Council Philippines in cooperation with Manila International Airport Authority.

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Designers and architects were Budji Layug + Royal Pineda Design Architects and Kenneth Cobonpue.

The video can be seen here and was created by Digiscript Philippines Inc.

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