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PHOTOS: The Soon-to-Open Mactan Cebu International Airport Already Looks Awe-Inspiring
Booking a flight now just to look at that gorgeous new airport.
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Hearing about the world's first resort-airport opening right smack in the heart of Cebu had us excited and scrambling to plan our trips to Mactan stat. If you're as enthusiastic about this as we are, then you're in luck. The Department of Transportation just released progress photos of the Mactan Cebu International Airport's Terminal 2 as it's being constructed, courtesy of GMR Megawide. Take a look:

Artist render IMAGE: GMR Megawide

IMAGE: GMR Megawide

IMAGE: GMR Megawide

The terminal's dramatic arches are made out of glulam wood. IMAGE: GMR Megawide


Even the airport bathrooms look promising!

IMAGE: GMR Megawide

Even the airport bathrooms look promising! IMAGE: GMR Megawide

The new terminal of the Mactan Cebu International Airport (MCIA) is expected to increase the airport's annual passenger capacity from 4.5 million to 13 million, and will be catering to travelers from both domestic and international flights. And you could visit the place sooner than you think the terminal-building is scheduled to be inaugurated and opened to the public on June 7. Will we see you in Mactan by then?

This story originally appeared on Spot.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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