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Ninoy Aquino International Airport

 

 

 

Ninoy Aquino International Airport       you can check schedules, contact numbers and interactive maps for each terminal

Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) [6] (IATA: MNL | ICAO: RPLL is divided into four terminals: Terminals 1, 2, 3 and the Domestic Terminal (also known as Terminal 4). All airlines use Terminal 1 with a few exceptions: Philippine Airlines uses Terminal 2, while Cebu Pacific, Airphil Express and All Nippon Airways use Terminal 3. Air Asia and Tiger Airways use the Domestic Terminal. In 2012, all terminals at NAIA handled a record breaking annual passenger traffic of 31,558,002, making it one of the busiest airports in Asia.[2]

Terminal 1, long regarded as one of Asia’s worst airport terminals, is currently undergoing renovation and several areas of the terminal have been renovated. The newer Terminals 2 and 3 are regarded as being far nicer than Terminal 1, with more amenities to boot.

Airlines and routes

Several airlines fly in and out of Manila, servicing various destinations.Philippine Flight Network provides updated information on all of the latest airline news, routes, and destinations.

  • North America: Delta Air Lines serves Manila from Detroit (via Nagoya) and Tokyo. Passengers transit in Japan to other Delta flights to other east Asian or US cities. Philippine Airlines serves Manila from Los Angeles, San Francisco, Vancouver, Toronto and Honolulu. A popular option for passengers flying to the Philippines from North America is to fly via Tokyo, Osaka, Seoul, Hong Kong or Taipei.
  • Australia and Southwest Pacific: Philippine Airlines offers direct flights to Manila from Sydney, Melbourne as well as flies to Darwin and Brisbane, while Qantas flies direct to Manila from Sydney from Brisbane. Air Niugini serves Manila from Port Moresby, whileJetstar Airways serves Manila from Darwin and Perth. Philippine Airlines also has flights between Manila and Guam, while United Airlines serves Manila from Guam and Koror (Palau). Cebu Pacific Airlines has direct flights from Sydney to Manila. Cathay Pacific and Singapore Airlines provide connections to Manila from New Zealand.
  • East Asia: Air China [7] and China Southern Airlines[8] serve Manila from Beijing, while China Southern Airlines also serves Manila from Guangzhou and Xiamen. Cathay Pacific [9], Dragonair [10] and Hong Kong Express Airways [11] have several flights between Manila and Hong Kong. Cebu Pacific and Philippine Airlines also have direct flights between Manila and Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Macau, Xiamen and Taipei. China Airlines [12] and EVA Air [13] serves Manila from Taipei, while China Airlines also flies to Manila from Kaohsiung. Korean Air [14], Asiana Airlines [15], Philippine Airlines and Cebu Pacific serve Manila from Seoul and Busan, while Jeju Air [16] serves Manila from Seoul. Several airlines fly between the Philippines and points in Japan. All Nippon Airways [17] flies direct to Manila from Tokyo-Narita, and is notably the only foreign airline to currently use Terminal 3. Japan Airlines [18] also flies to Manila from Tokyo. Philippine Airlines serves Manila from Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya and Fukuoka, and Cebu Pacific serves Manila from Osaka. Delta Air Lines also operates daily flights from Nagoya and Tokyo-Narita.
  • Southeast Asia: Philippine Airlines and Cebu Pacific have extensive Southeast Asian networks. PAL and Cebu Pacific both serve Manila from Bangkok, Ho Chi Minh City, Jakarta (PAL has both direct flights and flights via Singapore) and Singapore, while Cebu Pacific also serves Manila from Bandar Seri Begawan (Brunei), Kuala Lumpur and Kota Kinabalu. Airphil Express and Tiger Airways [19] fly to Manila daily from Singapore. Jetstar Asia Airways [20] and Singapore Airlines [21] have multiple daily flights to Manila from Singapore, while Thai Airways [22] has multiple daily flights from Bangkok. Malaysia Airlines [23] has a double-daily service between Manila and Kuala Lumpur, and Royal Brunei Airlines [24] flies to Manila from Bandar Seri Begawan.
  • Europe: Philippine Airlines provides nonstop service between London (Heathrow) and Manila five times a week, and it is expected to add more flights between the Philippines and Europe in 2014. KLM has flights to and from Amsterdam with a stop in Taipei.
  • South Asia: Passengers flying to the Philippines from South Asian Countries frequently fly via Bangkok, Singapore or Hong Kong
  • Middle East: Philippine Airlines [25] serves Riyadh, Dammam, Abu Dhabi and Dubai from Manila. Emirates [26] and Cebu Pacific [27] serves Manila from Dubai, while Etihad Airways [28] serves Manila from Abu Dhabi. Gulf Air[29] serves Manila from Manama (Bahrain), while Qatar Airways [30] serves Manila from Doha. Kuwait Airways [31] serves Manila from Kuwait City via Bangkok. Saudi Arabian Airlines [32] serves Manila from Dammam, Jeddah and Riyadh.
Transit

NAIA is famously known for being difficult to transit through, especially if your flight leaves from a different terminal and is a national embarrassment. However, airport shuttle buses now transport passengers between terminals. The fare is ₱20 and runs every fifteen minutes. Shuttle buses depart from the arrival area of all terminals and use main airport access roads, so make sure you have a visa if you require one to enter or transit the Philippines as you will be entering the Philippines if you will be connecting onto a flight departing from another terminal.

Passengers who are connecting to an Airphil Express flight from a Philippine Airlines flight and vice-versa may avail of a free airside shuttle service between Terminals 2 and 3.

If your flight departs from the same terminal, transfer counters are available before immigration at all terminals. Passengers who transit through Manila and do not transfer terminals do not need to undergo entry procedures and are exempt from paying the terminal fee.

NAIA is accessible by bus, taxi, train, jeepney and shuttle bus.

  • Taxi: Yellow airport taxis have a stand at the arrival area of all terminals. The flag down rate is ₱70, with an additional ₱4.00 surcharge for every 250 meters. At Terminal 3, you can hail a white city taxi from the departure area: just take the escalator or elevator up to the departures hall and exit to the departure ramp. Coupon taxis are special taxis with fixed rates according to the destination: inquire at the information desk for rates. Taxis taken from the airport are usually a lot more expensive than those hailed outside. If money is more important to you than time, walk to a public road and hail one there instead (and make sure they know where you want to go and that they will use a meter before you get in).
  • Bus: Four city bus routes connect Terminals 1 and 2 with the rest of Metro Manila: Grotto-NAIA, NAIA-Malanday, Bagong Silang-NAIA and NAIA-Lagro. There are also two city bus routes between the airport and Bulacan: NAIA-San Jose del Monte and Norzagaray-Sapang Palay-NAIA. These buses have a “MIA/6-11/Tambo” signboard posted on the dashboard, and generally serve points along Epifanio de los Santos Avenue (EDSA) and Commonwealth Avenue. Fares usually start at ₱10.
  • Train: The airport is served by two train stations: Baclaran LRT station near the Domestic Terminal, and Nichols railway (PNR) station near Terminal 3. Both stations however are 2-3 kilometers away from the airport proper. Jeeps which serve Terminal 3 and Villamor Airbase stop near Nichols station.
  • Shuttle bus: A shuttle bus connects Terminal 3 to the Taft Avenue MRT station. The fare is ₱20 and departs every 15 minutes.
  • Jeepney: Jeepneys which serve Terminal 3 will have “NAIA Terminal 3” or something similar written on the side route panel. Jeepneys which serve Terminals 1 and 2 will have “MIA” written on the route panel.
  • Hotel transportation: Major hotel representatives are available on arrival and have chauffeur services which you can book on advance. The cost is around ₱750-₱950.

About NAIA Terminal 1

source: is Manila International Airport Authority

The 16-gate terminal currently services all international flights coming into Manila, except for those operated by Cebu Pacific, Air Philippines, Philippine Airlines and All Nippon Air.  Its 84 check-in counters and 22 immigration stations process the daily stream of passengers departing for various worldwide ports, while 20 immigration and 26 customs stations speed up the flow of arriving travellers.

At The Terminal
Travelling should be a pleasurable experience for passengers. The Airport’s terminals provide a host of facilities and amenities geared towards making passengers’ journeys convenient and enjoyable.
  • Check-In
  • Pre-Departure Security Checks
  • Arrivals Security Checks
  • Banking and Currency Exchange
  • Passenger Lounge
  • VIP Lounge
  • Day Room
  • Shops and Restaurants
  • Baggage Regulations
  • Porters and Luggage Trolleys
  • Lost Items
  • Pets, Flora and Fauna
  • Airport Shuttle Service
  • Airport Metered Taxi
  • Coupon Taxi
  • Car Rentals
  • Hotel Lounge
  • Infant and Childcare Facilities
  • Medical Facilities
  • Mail Service
  • Prayer and Worship Rooms
  • Parking

 

Getting To & From the Airport

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The airport complex is situated close to the main Commercial Business Districts of Manila. Metered cabs, hotel drivers, and chauffeur services are familiar with the various terminals and routes leading up to them.Passengers using private cars can use the appropriate routes outlined below:From North Metro Manila
Take EDSA towards Pasay City. Past the Magallanes interchange, take the left lane of EDSA into the Tramo flyover. Head straight after clearing the flyover, and turn right at the end of the road. Continue down the road and take the left exit out of the rotunda. Turn left at the traffic light at the end of the road. You are now on MIA Road; turn right on the first intersection. Access ways to the terminal follow shortly.From South Metro Manila
Take the South Luzon Expressway (SLEX) or Skyway towards Manila, and take the Villamor exit ramp. Continue down the road past Terminal 3 and the Resorts World complex and onto the Rotunda monument. Continue down the road until you reach another rotunda, take the left exit. Turn left at the traffic light at the end of the road. You are now on MIA Road; turn right on the first intersection. Access ways to the terminal follow shortly.From West Manila
Motorists may turn onto MIA Road at the junction of Coastal Road and Roxas Boulevard. Continue past the intersection with Park-N-Fly and turn right on the first intersection. Access ways to the terminal follow shortly.

Via Public Transportation

Passengers taking the Metro-Rail Transit line may disembark at the EDSA-Taft station.  An airport shuttle terminal is located beside the MRT station.

Those travelling by city bus routes may take a bus plying the EDSA-MIA route. These buses will pass Terminals 1 and 2, while a jeepney route can take you to Terminal 3.  Additionally, you can take the airport shuttle service to move on to the different airport terminals.

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