Japan Provides US$2 Million to Improve Cambodia’s Air Traffic Control
AKP Phnom Penh, May 30, 2012 –
Japan has provided some US$2 million for a five-year period to improve the Cambodia’s air traffic control, a government official said yesterday.
H.E. Chea Aun, Undersecretary for the Civil Aviation Secretariat said it is the first stage of the Japanese assistance from 2011-2015 for the preparation of the instrument landing system with international standard and the improvement of the air traffic control, including human resource capacity buildings.
Up to now, Cambodia has three international airports. The busiest airport is Phnom Penh International Airport with some 1.83 million passengers, following by the Siem Reap International Airport with 1.82 million, and the Preah Sihanouk International Airport has just been operated.
Article in Khmer by UN Rithy
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