NATURE OF BUSINESS
The MCIAA is vested with the authority to administer and operate the Mactan (Cebu) International Airport. One of the functions of the General Manager is to grant permits of concessions to do business within the airports in accordance with such rules and regulations to be promulgated by the Authority for the purpose. Administrative Order No. 1, s. 1990, amended to Administrative Order No. 2, s. 2011 prescribes the fees and charges for the use of the Mactan (Cebu) International and Domestic Airports’ facilities, services and properties under the management and control of the MCIAA.
The nature of fees and charges are as follow:
1. Aeronautical Fees and Charges
Aircrafts that operate at the Mactan (Cebu) airport complex inclusive of the international and domestic airports shall be levied for the use of various facilities such as runways, taxiways, apron and lighting facilities, to wit:
Landing and Take-off fees
Use of floor spaces and land areas belonging to the Authority is charged at rates prescribed in AO 2.
3. Business Concessions
All business within the MCIAA property shall be levied concession privilege fee (CPF). The fee is separate from rentals, and shall be charged for each type of business or commercial activity.
Leases and/or tenants of buildings are charged for their electric, water consumption and communication facilities.
5. Other Airport Fees and Charges
Other usage of airport facilities which cannot be identified in Items 1 to 4 are classified as other airport fees and charges such as: Tacking, Lobby, Royalty Fee on Charges, Vehicular Parking, Ground handling Service, Advertising, Royalty Fee on Sale of Aviation Fuel, Pipe Rentals, Porterage, Passenger Service Charge and Miscellaneous Fees.
As of June 30, 2017, the Authority has a manpower complement of 413, broken down as follows:
|No. of Personnel|
|Office of the Corporate Board Secretary||3||2|
|Office of the General Manager||37||18|
|Corporate Mgt. Services & Bus. Dev't. Dept.||26||12|
|Emergency and Security Services||369||207|
Mactan – Cebu International Airport Authority (MCIAA) was created through Republic Act 6958 otherwise known as its corporate charter. The MCIAA is a government – owned and controlled corporation and is an attached agency of the Department of Transportation and Communication (DOTC). RA 6958 was approved on July 31, 1990 but the authority started to operate on December 18, 1990.
The corporate powers of the Authority is exercised by and vested in a Board of eleven members, which is composed of a Chairman, a Vice Chairman and nine members.
Primary Purpose and Objectives
The Authority shall principally undertake the economical, efficient and effective control, management and supervision of the Mactan (Cebu) International Airport in the Province of Cebu, and other airports that maybe established in the future. Its objectives are:
To encourage, promote and develop international and domestic air traffic in the Central Visayas and Mindanao regions as means of making the regions centers of international trade and tourism, and accelerating the development of the means of transportation and communications in the country; and
To upgrade the services and facilities of the airports and to formulate internationally acceptable standards of airport accommodation and service.
DESCRIPTION OF AIRPORT
The Mactan (Cebu) International Airport is located in Mactan Island, province of Cebu in Central Philippines and connected to Cebu City, the provincial capital 20 kilometers due southwest, through the Mactan-Mandaue bridge and Marcelo Fernan bridge. The airport is about 600 kilometers of the Ninoy Aquino (Manila) International Airport (NAIAA) and serves as the southern hub of the air transportation system of the Philippines. Mactan (Cebu) International Airport is ideally located that travel time is only 3 to 4 hours to fourteen (14) cities in the Asia Pacific. It is vital international gateway to the country’s economic prosperity.
It started operations in the mid 1960’s as the replacement of the Lahug Airport, which was situated within Cebu City and had no more room for expansion due to safety and physical constraints. It was then expanded and further developed to truly deserve to its name – Mactan (Cebu) International Airport.
Due to the steady increase of traffic and passenger volume and the introduction of wider bodied aircrafts coupled with the emergence of modern aviation technology, some airport facilities have become obsolete and inadequate. This gave rise to the conception and materialization of the Mactan (Cebu) International Airport Development Project (MIADP) funded by JBIC, which provided the following:
|Airfield Facilities||Terminal Facilities||Utilities|
|Runway Extension||Passenger Terminal Building and Facilities||Power Supply System|
|Taxiway Extension||Road (Ingress and / or Engress)||Water Supply System|
|Rapid Exit Taxiways||Sewage Treatment Plant|
|Apron Expansion||Apron Expansion||External Lighting|
Mactan (Cebu) International Airport reported recently an average of 196 commercial daily aircraft operation (landing and take-offs).
Over the last twenty six (26) years, Mactan (Cebu) International Airport’s passenger traffic increased an annual average of 18% for international while the domestic grew an annual average of 7%. Mactan (Cebu) International Airport is currently served by twenty (20) commercial airlines and one (1) cargo carrier.
There were 71,543 aircrafts (domestic and international) landed and took off for the period January to December 2016, an increase of 15% than the previous year. A total of 8,830,638 domestic and international passengers passed through Mactan Cebu International Airport. This figure is 13% higher compared in 2015. Domestic and international cargo dropped by 21% compared a year ago. Cebu Pacific reported a lesser shipment of mangoes in 2016 which was one cause in the decrease.
SAFETY AND SECURITY
Safety is always the primordial concern of MCIAA in administering or supervising the operations of Mactan (Cebu) International Airport. Airport facilities and utilities had been installed to satisfy FAA and ICAO requirements or standards. An Airport Security Council had been formed for the purpose of giving coordinated direction to the overall airport security programs so that Airport Security Units can operate effectively. The airport reported no major incident since MCIAA’s administration. The MCIAA is equipped with brand new fire trucks, aircraft recovery equipment and Fire Aluminized Protective Clothing. As part of its safety program, two unscheduled safety drills a month are conducted. The Terminal is equipped with Fire Detection & Alarm System and Lightning Protection System, and X-Ray Machines and Patrol Vehicles.
Mactan (Cebu) International Airport is committed to providing high quality of service to Airport passengers. Passengers are provided the material comfort and conveniences they need. There are Snack Bars, Pasalubong Shops, Gift Shops, Restaurants, Beauty Shops, Money Changers, Chapel, ATM Machines, Telephone Booths, Luggage Depository. The Domestic Terminal Building is equipped with modern world-class facilities that best serve the needs of the traveling public such as the Flight Information Display System which displays the arrival and departure of all flights, a Public Address System, an Intercommunication System which provides easy communication link to all airlines, concessionaires, agencies and/or other offices involved in the operations of the airport, Fire Detection and Alarm System, an Electric Clock System and a Telephone System. Also, it has six (6) passenger-boarding bridges, a lift, an escalator and a modern baggage handling system, the Most Important Person (MIP) Lounge and Trauma Van.
Mactan-Cebu International Airport Authority (MCIAA) is financially self-supporting. It operates on its own without equity infusion. It prides itself on operating financially as a successful business while serving the public interest. Its financial status shows capability of sustaining its operational/business requirements as its Net Income continue to increase in time.
As shown in the Authority’s Comparative Financial Highlights for calendar years 1991 to 2016 MCIAA earned Total Gross Operating Income of
P 34,355 million, P 46,596 million, P 63,019 million, P 100,035 million,
P 130,910 million, P 194,365 million, P 309,794 million, P 309,157 million, P 400,489 million, P 465,173 million, P 559,413 million, P 555,297 million, P 583,346 million, P 676,510 million, P 737,480 million, P 842,607 million, P 987,033 million, P 1,015,050 billion , P 1,098,721 billion P 1,226,383 billion, P 1,349,050 billion, P 1,482,339 billion, P 1,514,888, P 1,438,358 billion, P 15,155,458 andP 1, 214,421 respectively, average growth rate is 51.84% to wit:
|1991-1992||P 34,355 to P 46,596||36|
|1992-1993||P 46,596 to P 63,019||35|
|1993-1994||P 63,019 to P 100,035||59|
|1994-1995||P 100,035 to P 130,910||31|
|1995-1996||P 130,910 to 194,365||48|
|1996-1997||P 194,365 to P 309,794||59|
|1997-1998||P 309,794 to P 309,157||0|
|1998-1999||P 309,157 to P 400,489||30|
|1999-2000||P 400,489 to P 465,173||16|
|2000-2001||P 465,173 to P 559,413||20|
|2001-2002||P 559,413 to P 555,297||-1|
|2002-2003||P 555,297 to P 583,346||5|
|2003-2004||P 583,346 to P 676,510||16|
|2004-2005||P 676,510 to P 737,480||9|
|2005-2006||P 737,480 to P 842,607||14|
|2006-2007||P 842,607 to P 987,033||17|
|2007-2008||P 987,033 to P 1,015,050||3|
|2008-2009||P 1,015,050 to P 1,098,721||8|
|2009-2010||P 1,098,721 to P 1,226,383||12|
|2010-2011||P 1,226,383 to P 1,349,050||10|
|2011-2012||P 1,349,050 to P 1,482,339||10|
|2012-2013||P 1,482,339 to P 1,514,8880||2|
|2013-2014||P 1,514,888 to P 1,438,358||-5|
|2014-2015||P 1,438,358 to P 15,155,458||954|
|2015-2016||P 15,155,458 to P 1,214,421||-92|
PEOPLE AT ITS ADMINISTRATION HELM
Providing support to the top management's vision and goals are MCIAA's dedicated and committed Department Managers and Staff who all helped propelled MCIAA's success. With General Manager Atty. Steve Y. Dicdican are his competent department and division managers. Keeping the administrative side of things is smooth and harmonious is Atty. Glenn B. Napuli as the Acting Assistant General Manager and Legal Division Manager. Maria Lillibeth G. Antepuesto, the Manager of Human Resource Division. Taking control of MCIAA's finances is Atty. Glenn Napuli, Officer-in-Charge of Finance Department. Miss Ma. Cristina M. Matondo, Officer-In-Charge of Operations Department takes part in operational requirements in the Airport to be properly met. Engineer Achilles Ponce is the Officer-in-Charge of Engineering Department. Emergency and Security Services Department headed by Mr. Alvaro R. Derramas..
PLANNING FOR THE FUTURE
Mactan (Cebu) International Airport Authority (MCIAA) plans of expanding the terminal. Other major projects are establishing a Cargo Terminal, new generation terminal building, Maintenance Repair and Overhaul (MRO) Facility, Aircraft Assembly Plant, Parallel Runway, Airport Rail Network, Airport Road Network, a Multi-Modal Transport System or an Airport City.
Since its inception, MCIAA has kept Mactan (Cebu) International Airport’s facilities and services in pace with the rapid development of the aircraft technology and public demands for even more air transportation services.
Meeting these demands and responding to future development and needs of the country’s air transportation system as it recognizes the fact that airports play a vital role in the country’s economic development will continue to be the goal of MCIAA.