- The Subic Bay International Airport is easily accessible to the dragon and emerging economies in the Asia-Pacific region.
- The Philippines liberal aviation policy, the Subic Bay International Airport’s strategic location, the local workforce’s mastery especially of the English language, and the attractive incentives and privileges under the country’s Freeport regime are a competitive advantage to any aviation-related business or investment.
- The Subic Bay International Airport’s proximity to its Asian neighbors was strategically utilized by Federal Express Asia One company network, enabling it to link up with 18 dynamic Asian markets.
This area where the 10,000 square meter new passenger terminal building stands occupies a total of 36,500 square meter section of the sprawling airport complex. The apron alone measures 23,000 square meters that can squeeze in two (2) wide-bodied and at least eight (8) smaller type fixed-wing aircraft.
This section has an area of 36,540 square meters. Its used to serve as regional hub for air courier giant Federal Express Corporation’s Asia-Pacific region’s cargo operations. A wide portion can single-handedly accommodate at least eighteen (18) wide-bodied aircraft at any given moment.
This spacious facility is being used for aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul operations and as a depot for general aviation, logistics and warehousing.
This area is generally used for aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul operations, including warehousing activities and aircraft hangars.
Southwest B Section:
This has an area of 12,300 square meters where the control tower, medical, crash fire and rescue units are strategically positioned. A sizeable track can easily accommodate light to medium-sized aircraft and be utilized for general aviation or chartered aircraft operations