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To see a list of contact numbers, list of carriers check NAIA Terminal 1

NAIA Terminal 2

Originally envisioned as a domestic hub, the terminal now houses both the international and domestic operations of the country’s flag carrier, Philippine Airlines.

The arrow wings are designated North and South. Each wing has two levels with the ground levels featuring expansive lobbies to handle arrival traffic, while the second floor levels possess equally airy departure areas, check-in halls and boarding areas. The Northwing is used for PAL’s international flights while the Southwing services its domestic flights.

On the landside, a two level access road with a 300-meter long viaduct surrounds a central park organized around the NAIA Control Tower and a central plant. On the ramp side is a V-shaped apron developed to maximize the parking stands.  Twelve aerobridges connect the Terminal to the planes for direct access.

Gardens separate the different elements of the Terminal and landscape patios punctuate the wings.  These elements create a soothing ambience and minimize passenger stress.

At The Terminal

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.
  • Check-In
  • Pre-Departure Security Checks
  • Arrivals Security Checks
  • Banking and Currency Exchange
  • Passenger Lounge
  • VIP Lounge
  • Shops and Restaurants
  • Baggage Regulations
  • Porters and Luggage Trolleys
  • Lost Items
  • Pets, Flora and Fauna
  • Shuttle and Transport Services
  • Airport Taxi
  • Coupon Taxi
  • Car Rentals
  • Infant and Childcare Facilities
  • Medical Facilities
  • Mail Service
  • Chapel
  • 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; continue ahead to the terminal entrance gates.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;  continue ahead to the terminal entrance gates.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 on to the terminal entrance gates.

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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 About NAIA Terminal 3

Terminal 3 was the answer to this growing traffic. Currently the largest airport in Manila, it stands proud on a 65-hectare property adjacent to the NAIA runway facilities. It is a two-tiered design with its ground floor handling arrivals and the second level facilitating departures. Each level has 600 meters of curbside space, rendering drop offs and pickups efficient.

Terminal 3 can handle 13 million passengers annually. The center of the building contains the head house where passenger processing is centralized. A total of 24 boarding gates accommodate 4,000 peak hour one-way passengers.

Retail shops and food courts line the departure and arrival levels while parking for over 1200 cars is provided in front of the terminal.

 

At The Terminal
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.
  • Arrivals Security Checks
  • Viewing Gallery
  • Banking and Currency Exchange
  • Passenger Lounge
  • VIP Lounge
  • Shops and Restaurants
  • Baggage Regulations
  • Porters and Luggage Trolleys
  • Lost Items
  • Pets, Flora and Fauna
  • Shuttle and Transport Services
  • Coupon Taxi
  • Car Rentals
  • Infant and Childcare Facilities
  • Medical Facilities
  • Prayer and Worship Rooms
  • Public Foodcourt

 

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 left at the end of the road. Continue down the road; take the first exit out of the Rotunda monument and on to the terminal entrance.

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 around the rotunda and on to the terminal entrance.

From West Manila
Motorists may turn onto MIA Road at the junction of Coastal Road and Roxas Boulevard. Turn left at the intersection with Park-N-Fly and proceed to take the first exit of the rotunda at the end of the road. Continue down the road; take the first exit out of the Rotunda monument and on to the terminal entrance.

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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