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Makati Jaya International Airport
MJAA
SKK
IATA: MMKICAO: XMMK
Summary
Airport type Public
Owner State Transport Office
Operator Makati Jaya Aviation Authority
Serves Makati Jaya
Location Mueng, Makati Jaya, Singapiar
Hub for Air Singapiar
Altas
Cathay Pacific
Lufthansa
Pacific International Airways
Qantas
Singapiar Airlines
Singapiar Air Forces
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Elevation AMSL 117 ft / 36 m
Coordinates Erioll world 12° 13′ 26″ N, 134° 40′ 12″ E
Runways
Direction Length Surface
m ft
4,000 13,123 Concrete
4,054 13,300 Concrete
18L/02R 3,085 12,475 Concrete
Statistics (2010)
54,157,824
497,543


Makati Jaya International Airport(IATA:MMK,ICAO:XMMK) is an international Airport located 16 mi from the city centre in the discrit of Mueng.

The airport ,operated by Makati Jaya Airport Authority(MJAA), is the hub to Pacific Airways International(largest and main hub),

History

In 1969, Makati Jaya International Airport was built as Hun Matao Airport.

Terminals

The airport has three terminal: 1, 2, and 3. Terminal 1 Serves as the the hub for Pacific Airways International(largest and main) and other Oneworld members. Terminal 2 serves as the international hub for Lufthansa and many other airlines. Terminal three serves low-cost and charter airlines.

Terminal 1

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The airport's Terminal 1

MJIA's oldest terminal operated as the sole terminal from its opening on 1 July 1981 right up until the opening of Terminal 2 nine years later. Configured in a slim, H-shaped layout that is 1⅞ miles long. In order increase the number of aerobridges which may be built, it underwent two major upgrading works over its lifespan. A major refurbishment was completed in 1995 at a cost of T170 million and work to extend two finger piers to add 64 aerobridges at a cost of T420 million took place from 1996 to 1999. Today, the terminal spans an area of 2,280,020 m² and can accommodate a maximum passenger capacity of 41 million passengers a year.

Upgrading works are currently on-going, with its completion targeted for 2012. Costing T500 million, it will be the terminals' biggest overhaul to date, involving works on its facade and halls under a theme called "Tropical City".

Termiunal 2

Terminal 2 was built in 2001 directly across form Terminal 1. It has

Airlines and Destinations

Operations

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