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Philippine-Indian team pitches $3bn expansion of Manila airport

Megawide and GMR propose to double hub's passenger capacity

Ninoy Aquino International Airport is the gateway to Manila.   © Reuters

MANILA -- Philippine engineering group Megawide Construction and an Indian partner would spend $3 billion to more than double capacity at a Metro Manila international airport under a proposal presented to the government Thursday, intensifying the competition in the capital area's infrastructure.

The plan, submitted with Mumbai-based GMR Infrastructure, calls for upgrading terminals at Ninoy Aquino International Airport as well as extending runways and creating new taxiways.

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