The Poro Point Freeport Zone (PPFZ) is formerly known as the Wallace Air Station. Subsequently, Proclamation No. 216 issued on July 27, 1993, transferred the lands to the BCDA and declared the area as a Special Economic and Freeport Zone.
The zone is home to the San Fernando Airport, which recently completed a P550-million peso upgrade into a regional airport of international standards that can accommodate larger aircrafts, such as Boeing 737 and Airbus 320. Also, the 30-hectare San Fernando international seaport can accommodate all types of vehicles such as: cruise ships, roll-on roll-off vessels, motor tankers, barges, cargo vessels, motor tugboats, passenger vessels and fishing boats.
The Thunderbird Hotel and Resort offers the best in dining, leisure and entertainment activities. Golf aficionados will surely enjoy the world-class nine-hole golf course, while families will enjoy the water activities at the Boardwalk and Promenade.
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