Higher fee for MCIA’s new terminal

By: Futch Anthony Inso June 07,2018 - 08:35 PM

Photo via Tonee Depojo

Passengers booked for international flights at Mactan Cebu International Airport (MCIA) can expect an increase in terminal fee after the newly constructed terminal 2 starts operations on July 1.

MCIA general manager Steve Dicdican said they will raise the terminal fee for international flights from P750 to P850.

“International flights will be transferred in the terminal 2 while domestic flights will remain at the old terminal. But terminal fees for domestic flights will remain at P200,” Dicdican said.

President Rodrigo Duterte graced Thursday’s inauguration of the airport’s Passenger Terminal 2 that was built on a budget of more than P14 billion.

The airport management expects an increase of 12 million passengers with the second terminal’s operations.

The new terminal stands on a 65,500 square meter floor area and has three floors.

“The first floor is where passengers will get their baggage. The second floor serves as arrival and departure area while the third floor is where the passengers would check-in,” Dicdican said.

Dicdican said GMR-Megawide will start renovating the old terminal.

He said they will still have to finish some minor construction before opening the terminal for public viewing on the last week of June.

“So that Cebuanos could also celebrate with us with the completion of the project,” he said.

Cebuanos need to register so they can tour the new facility, he said.

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