The Philippine government is looking to re-open and revive the dormant Subic Bay International Airport.

As part of a push for major infrastructure projects, Philippine transportation Secretary Arthur Tugade in A recent press briefing revealed there have been "serious talks" with the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) to revive the .......

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