Airport Overview

The Subic Bay International Airport is a 200-hectare aviation facility ready for commercial or chartered aircraft operations, air cargo handling and warehousing, aircraft repair and maintenance, and other general aviation businesses.


Airport Location and Contact

Country

Philippines

Province or District

Zambales

Nearest Town or City with Distance from Airport

Olongapo City (5km)

Airport’s Complete Name

Subic Bay International Airport

Latitude

14.795434

Longitude

120.282485

Elevation (ft and m)

64 ft / 20 m

IATA Code

SFS

ICAO Code

RPLB

Managing Company or Airport Authority

Subic Bay International Airport Authority

Management Contact Person

Marcelo S. Santos

Airport Manager, Subic Bay International Airport Authority

+63 47 252-3131

Jerico D. Campus

Officer-in-Charge

+63 47 252-6450 loc. 3460

Open From (hours)

24 hours

Open To (hours)

24 hours

Airport Picture



Description and Contacts of Key Companies

Subic Bay International Airport Authority


Bureau of Customs

Maritess T. Martin

Acting District Collector, CD13, Port of Subic

+63 047 252 7465

maritess.martin@customs.gov.ph


Ground Handling

South Pac Diversified Services, Inc.

South East Apron, Bldg. 8015, Rm. 153, Subic Bay International Airport,

Argonaut Highway, Subic Freeport Zone, Philippines 2222

+63 47 250-3010 | +63 998-863-5750

info@spdsinc.com


For more information on airport contacts, please see the following link: 4.5 Airport Companies Contact List.

Information on some aviation service providers can be found at: http://www.azfreight.com/

Passenger and Cargo Performance Indicator

Performance for 2020


Per Year

Per Month

Per Day

Total Aircraft Movements




Total Passengers




Total Capacity of the Airport (MT)




Current Activity of the Airport (MT)




Current use by Humanitarian Flights (UNHAS)

Number of Flights



Runways

Runway #1

Runway Dimensions

3410 m x 60 m

Orientation

07/25

Surface

Asphalt/Concrete

Helicopter Pad

Helipad #1

Present

Yes

Largest Helicopter that can Land

Not specified

Width and Length (m)

150 m x 500 m

Surface

Concrete tarmac

Airport Infrastructure Details

Customs

Yes 

JET A-1 fuel

Yes

Immigration

Yes

AVGAS 100

Yes

Terminal Building

Yes

Single Point Refueling

Yes

Passenger Terminal

Yes

Air Starter Units

Yes

Cargo terminal

Yes

Ground Power (mobile)

Yes

Pax Transport to Airfield

Yes

Ground Handling Services

Yes

Control Tower

Yes

Latrine Servicing

Yes

Weather Facilities

Yes

Fire Fighting Category (ICAO)

Yes

Catering Services

Yes

De-icing Equipment

None

Base Operating Room

Yes

Parking Ramp Lighting

Yes

Airport Radar

Yes

Approach & Runway Lights

Yes

NDB

Yes

VOR

Yes

ILS

Yes



Airport Operating Details

Operating Details

Maximum Sized Aircraft that can be Offloaded on Bulk Cargo

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Maximum Sized Aircraft that can be Offloaded on Pallet


Total Aircraft Parking Area (m²)


Storage Area (m3 and MT)


Handling Equipment

Elevators / Hi Loaders

Yes

Max Capacity (MT)


Max Height

(m)


Loading Ramps

Yes

Other Comments


Customs Guidance

Bureau of Customs

Maritess T. Martin

Acting District Collector, CD13, Port of Subic

+63 047 252 7465

maritess.martin@customs.gov.ph

For more information on customs in the Philippines, please see the following link: 1.3 Customs Information. 

Storage Facilities

Fixed rates for the lease/rental of space at the SBIA terminal buildings, hangars, offices, factories and other airport buildings shall be upon mutual consent of the SBMA, thru the SBMA Administrator or his duly authorized representatives, and the parties involved.

Airfield Costs

Navigation Charges

Please refer to the following link for airport fees and charges: http://fly.mysubicbay.com.ph/fees-and-charges

LANDING AND TAKE-OFF FEES

International Operations

Fees are computed based on the maximum take-off weight (MTOW) in aircraft's Certification and per aircraft cycle (landing and take-off).

LIGHTING CHARGES

Aircraft that land, take-off or park during nighttime at the airport shall be levied additional lighting charges. Nighttime is between 6:00 P.M. to 6:00 A.M.

OPERATIONAL CHARGES

For each departing/arriving flight at SBIA, a charge of US$225.00 or its equivalent in pesos at the time of payment shall be imposed for the use of the enroute and airport/terminal navigation facilities and radar services of the SBIA regardless of the type of flight and its duration.

PARKING CHARGES

International Operations:

Fuel Service Charges

A royalty fee shall be imposed on any person, firm or corporation, selling or delivery, directly or indirectly, aviation fuel, oil, grease or lubricants to any aircraft at the airport for their use. This royalty fee shall be as follows:

Aviation Fuel: US$0.0040/US gallon

Oil: US$0.015/US gallon

Grease: US$0.015/pound


Price per Litre USD - $

Jet A-1

0.459 / liter

Avgas

N/A

Cargo Terminal Charges

Lease/rental charges for SBMA-owned building other than the passenger/cargo terminal buildings inclusive of the land area occupied by said buildings shall be charged the following minimum rates:

Steel/Concrete hangars: US$4.00/m2/mo.

Open space (paved/unpaved): US$2.10/m2/mo.


Import Charges

Type of Charge

Rate USD - $ per kg

Comments

Handling Charge



Break Bulk Fee



Diplomatic Mail



Strong Room – per consignment



Cold Storage Fee



Delivery Outside Normal Working Hours



Preparation of substitute AOA – Invoice – Receipt



Storage per Day


Grace period (Hours)?

Export

Handling Charges – Un-palletized Cargo



International Air Waybill



Local Air Waybill



Air Way Bill Amendment - Cancellation



Air Way Bill Documentation



Diplomatic Mail



Storage Charges per Day



Air-Bridge Charges

Ground Handling Service Fees:  A fee shall be charged for the use of the ramp facilities in accordance with the following schedule:

Security

Aside from regular law enforcement units that secure the airport, the Philippine National Police Aviation Security Group also provides back-up security.