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Cobonpue-Pineda-Layug design for NAIA

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Uploaded on Dec 1, 2011

The "dream" NAIA as envisioned by the team of Kenneth Cobonpue, Royal Pineda and Budji Layug with the NAIA PMO.

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This is the statement released:

The whole issue over the NAIA 2 has been been blown out of propertion and has distracted people away from the original issue: the need for a better airport that we can all be proud of. It is clear now that there has been misunderstanding regarding this issue and we wish to convey to Secretary Roxas that we are not questioning his integrity.

It has come to our attention that the DOTC intends to first concentrate on the structureal and electro-mechanical problems of the facility. We see the the rationale behind this and respect the DOTC's decision.

We also understand that in the course of their work in analyzing, writing up and finalizing the complete rehabilitation plans for the facility, the DOTC has consulted other professionals. We also respect this decision as this within their prerogative.

We would like to thank our leaders for giving us the chance to be part of the national project that is the NAIA 1 rehabilitation.

They had sought our help, and as good citizens, we heeded the call. It was and still is our belief that an airport that falls beneath international standards can be tranformed into a source of national pride.

We would like to thank those who supported our vision of a beautiful airport that is truly Filipino. if even for a moment we succeeded in showing our country's leaders what is possible, and shared with our fellowmen our vision of a safe, efficient and beautiful airport, then we are happy to have made this effort.

We now leave everything we have started in the hands of our leaders. We will be here if and when they need us, as we believe it is our duty to share whatever talent Hod has bestowed on each of us for the good of our country.

After everything that's been said and done, we remain hopeful that the promise of a functional and beautiful airport will be fulfilled and we will finally have the airport we deserve, one that we can all be truly proud of."

KENNETH COBONPUE

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