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Here's your complete airport guide for NAIA.


Find the most important information about Ninoy Aquino International Airport or NAIA Airport: Flights (Departures, Arrivals and Delays), Parking, Car Rental, Hotels near the airport and other information about Manila Airport (MNL). Plan your trip to MNL Airport with the information provided in this guide.

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ABOUT MANILA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

Ninoy Aquino International Airport or NAIA (IATA: MNL, ICAO: RPLL), also known as Manila International Airport or simply Manila Airport, is one of the two international airports serving the Metro Manila Area and the main international gateway to the Philippines.

NAIA Terminal 1

It is named after Senator Benigno "Ninoy" Aquino Jr., who was murdered at the airport in 1983. NAIA is located along the border between Pasay and Parañaque cities in Metro Manila, about 7 km (3.4 miles) south of the city and southwest of Makati Central Business District.


Here are some useful information about NAIA:
  • NAIA has a total of 4 Terminals and 2 runways.
  • MNL Airport is a hub for Cebu Pacific, Cebgo, Philippine Airlines, PAL Express and a focus city for Philippines AirAsia
  • Ninoy Aquino International Airport handled 47,898,046 passengers in 2019, a 6.3% increase compared to the previous year.
  • During 2020, Manila Airport only registered 7,275,786 passengers due to coronavirus crisis.
  • Over 30 airlines serve Manila Airport.


NAIA Terminals

NAIA Airport consists of four passenger terminals:
  • NAIA Terminal 1 (NAIA 1) also known as the "Ninoy Aquino Terminal", serves almost all the international flights. It has west gates 1-7 and east gates 9-15. The terminal has an area of 73,000 square meters (790,000 sq ft). It was completed in 1981 and is the second oldest terminal at NAIA (after the Old Domestic Terminal, now called Terminal 4), with a design capacity of 4.5 million passengers per year that was later expanded to 6 million passengers.

    The terminal currently serves foreign carriers operating in Manila, except for those in Terminal 3 (All Nippon Airways, Cathay Pacific, Delta Air Lines, Emirates, Etihad Airways, KLM, Qantas, Qatar Airways, Singapore Airlines, Turkish Airlines and United Airlines). It also serves Philippine Airlines flights to and from Canada (Toronto and Vancouver) and the Middle East, except Dubai flights.

  • NAIA Terminal 2 houses international and domestic flights of the country’s flag carrier, Philippine Airlines or PAL. The Terminal 2 (NAIA-2), also known as the Centennial Terminal, has an area of 75,000 square meters (810,000 sq ft), and is located at the Old MIA Road. It began construction in December 1995 and was inaugurated on May 1, 1999 and began operations in 1999.

    Terminal 2 is exclusively used by Philippine Airlines and PAL Express for both its domestic and international flights. It is divided into two wings: the North Wing, for international flights, and the South Wing, which handles domestic operations. It currently has 12 jet bridges.

NAIA Terminals 2

  • NAIA Terminal 3 serves the international flights which are not handled in NAIA Terminal 1 as well as some domestic flights. Terminal 3 (NAIA-3) is the newest and largest terminal in the NAIA complex. Construction started in 1997. Since construction, the terminal has been at the center of legal battles, red tape, and arbitration cases in both the United States and Singapore, as well as technical and safety concerns which delayed its opening several times.

    Terminal 3 is built on a 63.5-hectare (157-acre) lot that sits on Villamor Air Base. The terminal building has a total floor area of 182,500 square meters (1,964,000 sq ft) and a total length of 1.2 kilometers (0.75 mi). A four-level shopping mall connects the terminal and parking buildings. The parking building has a capacity of 2,000 cars and the outdoor parking area has a capacity of 1,200 cars. The terminal is capable of servicing 33,000 passengers daily at peak or 6,000 passengers per hour.

    A 220-meter-long (720 ft) footbridge that opened in April 2017, known as Runway Manila, connects the terminal with Newport City. The bridge contains moving walkways and can accommodate about 2,000 persons at any given time.

  • NAIA Terminal 4 hosts flights from local and regional carriers. Terminal 4 named as Manila Domestic Passenger Terminal, and still known as the Old Domestic Terminal, is the oldest of the four existing terminals, having been built in 1948. It is host to all domestic flights within the Philippines that are operated by Cebgo, among others.

    There are no jet bridges and passengers walk to and from the aircraft or are occasionally bussed. Twenty-six check-in counters are located in the terminal. The departure hall has the seating capacity for 969 people at a time. Several food stores and a book and magazine stall are also available. Five baggage carousels are located in the terminal while domestic airline offices, banks, restaurants and a grocery store are also located right beside the domestic passenger terminal.

    The Domestic Terminal is on the old Airport Road near the north end of Runway 13/31. An old hangar has since been annexed to the terminal.

NAIA Terminal 4

There are 24-hour Airside Shuttle Buses between terminals every 15 minutes. To use the service, passengers are requested to clear customs and immigration first and possess a flight booking or a boarding pass.

On the other hand, Philippine Airlines has its own transfer service between Terminals 2 and 3.

Compare Air Fares

A quick and easy way to do this is to use flight search engines A.K.A airfare comparison sites. Get started by following the steps below:

Step 1: Visit the best flight search engines listed below (click the links to open a new tab).

Step 2: Enter your destinations and travel dates to compare airfares.

Step 3: Go back to this page and select another flight search engine.

Step 4: Repeat steps #2 & #3 until you visit all sites listed.

Step 5: Review the airfare results to find out which airline/site offers the cheapest prices. Take note of all the airlines listed. Use the “Filter” feature to see a list of airlines that fly to your destination.

Airline Promo Fares

If you are looking for cheap flights in the Philippines, see airlines listed below or view all promo fares:

Cheapest Flights and Airline Tickets Online Booking

How To Book a Trip / Reserve a Ticket

Here's a step-by-step guide on how you can get a ticket or check available trips online:
  • Go to this link and INPUT the origin and destination in the search box (eg. Manila - Boracay)
  • Input the dates of your desired arrival.
  • Choose if it is One-way or Return trip.
  • Choose the number of seats you wish to book or reserve
  • Then click Find Tickets to search for the available trips


Manila Airport Facilities and Services

NAIA is equipped with the following facilities:
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Post office
  • Baby care facilities
  • Children’s area
  • Food, drink and retail concessions
  • Information desk
  • Luggage storage
  • Medical services
  • Pharmacy
NAIA Terminal 3

List of Restaurants at NAIA

TERMINAL 1
Listed here the following restaurants and food in Terminal 1:
  • Starbucks Coffee
  • Caffe Xpress
  • Hari-raya Coffee Shop
  • Bo's Coffee
  • Piazza Cafe and Bar
  • Jollibee
  • Mann Hann Restaurant

TERMINAL 2
Listed here the following restaurants and food in Terminal 2:
  • Jollibee
  • Cafe France
  • Seattle's Best Coffee
  • Ya Kun Kaya Toast
  • Krispy Kreme
  • Red Ribbon 
  • GI betrotter Cafe & RestoBar
  • Lola Babe's Food Galore
  • Deli Corner
  • Pasay Centennial Rest
  • Banana Leaf Asian Cafe 

TERMINAL 3
Listed here the following restaurants and food in Terminal 3:
  • Mary Grace
  • Max's Restaurant
  • Pancake House
  • Jollibee
  • KFC
  • Burger King
  • Kenny Rogers Roasters
  • Cinnabon
  • Cafe
  • Tsim Sha Tsui Dimsum & Tea Bar
  • Katha Kape
  • Mrs. Field's Cafe
  • Chaikofi
  • Cafe France
  • Le Amoretto Cafe and Bar
  • Let's Chow Food Haus
  • Kape Manila
  • Potato Corner
  • Kopi Roti
  • Sky Go Cafe
  • Espressamente

HOW TO GET TO NAIA (MANILA AIRPORT)

Via Bus

Nine city bus routes serve the airport from various points in Metro Manila, eight which go via Epifanio de los Santos Avenue (EDSA), and one via Circumferential Road 5 (C-5). Route 18 or the PITX-NAIA Loop route of the Metro Manila Rationalized Bus Transit also stops at all four airport terminals and connects the airport to the Parañaque Integrated Terminal Exchange.

Ultimate Bus Experience (UBE Express) operates a Premium Airport Bus Service that serves on all NAIA Terminals and hotels and commercial areas located in the cities of Manila, Makati, Mandaluyong, Muntinlupa, Quezon City, Pasay, Pasig and Parañaque, all in Metro Manila and in the city of Santa Rosa in Laguna. It also has stops at JAM Liner, Philtranco and Victory Liner terminals in Pasay for passengers going to/coming from the provinces of Northern and Southern Luzon.

HM Transport provides an Airport loop shuttle bus and Premium Point-to-point bus service from Taft Avenue MRT Station and Alabang in Muntinlupa to NAIA Terminal 3. Genesis Transport also provides Premium Point-to-point bus service to Clark International Airport from NAIA Terminal 3.

Via Jeepney

All four terminals are also served by local jeepney routes serving Parañaque and Pasay.

Via Rail

The Nichols railway station with the elevated roads above leading to the airport.

The airport is connected, albeit indirectly, by rail: Baclaran station of the Manila LRT Line 1 and Nichols station of the Philippine National Railways both serve the airport complex.

In the future, with the extension of the existing LRT Line 1, a new station, Manila International Airport station, is set to connect the airport, albeit still indirectly, to the LRT-1. A four-station spur extension of the LRT Line 1, directly connecting Terminal 3 to Baclaran, is also proposed.

Under the new LRT Line 6 proposal, a station will be built near Terminal 1. Once approved, it will directly connect Cavite province with NAIA.

A station of the Metro Manila Subway line will connect the airport directly by rail.

Via Private Vehicle

The NAIA Expressway is the first airport expressway in the Philippines.

The NAIA Expressway or NAIA Skyway is the first airport expressway and second elevated tollway in the Philippines. It starts from Sales Interchange of Skyway at the boundary of Pasay and Taguig and ends in Entertainment City, Parañaque.

The access ramps of the expressway connects with Terminals 1, 2 and 3 of the airport and also connects with Macapagal Boulevard for motorists and commuters going to/coming from Manila and Manila-Cavite Expressway or CAVITEx for motorists and commuters travelling to/from the province of Cavite.

ATTRACTIONS TO SEE IN MANILA 

Klook.com

List Airlines and Commercial Flights at NAIA

Here are the following airline companies that serve flights from/to Ninoy Aquino International Airport:
  • Air China (Beijing–Capital)
  • Air Juan (Busuanga)
  • Air Niugini (Port Moresby)
  • AirAsia (Kuala Lumpur–International)
  • AirSWIFT (El Nido)
  • All Nippon Airways (Tokyo–Haneda, Tokyo–Narita)
  • Asiana Airlines (Seoul–Incheon)
  • Cathay Pacific (Hong Kong)
  • Cebgo (Busuanga, Camiguin, Caticlan, Cebu, Legazpi, Marinduque, Masbate, Naga, San Jose [Mindoro], Siargao, Tablas, Virac)
  • Cebu Pacific (Bacolod, Bandar Seri Begawan, Bangkok–Suvarnabhumi, Beijing–Capital, Butuan, Cagayan de Oro, Caticlan, Cauayan, Cebu, Cotabato, Davao, Denpasar, Dipolog, Dubai–International, Dumaguete, Fukuoka, General Santos, Guangzhou, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Hong Kong, Iloilo, Jakarta–Soekarno-Hatta, Kalibo, Kota Kinabalu, Kuala Lumpur–International, Legazpi, Macau, Melbourne, Nagoya–Centrair, Osaka–Kansai, Ozamiz, Pagadian, Puerto Princesa, Roxas, Seoul–Incheon, Shanghai–Pudong, Shenzhen, Singapore, Sydney, Tacloban, Tagbilaran, Taipei–Taoyuan, Tokyo–Narita, Tuguegarao, Virac, Xiamen, Zamboanga)
  • China Airlines (Kaohsiung, Taipei–Taoyuan)
  • China Eastern Airlines (Shanghai–Pudong)
  • China Southern Airlines (Guangzhou, Shenzhen)
  • Emirates (Dubai–International)
  • Ethiopian Airlines (Addis Ababa)
  • Etihad Airways (Abu Dhabi)
  • EVA Air (Taipei–Taoyuan)
  • Gulf Air (Bahrain)
  • Hong Kong Airlines (Hong Kong)
  • Indonesia AirAsia (Denpasar)
  • Japan Airlines (Tokyo–Haneda, Tokyo–Narita)
  • Jeju Air (Seoul–Incheon)
  • Jetstar Asia Airways (Osaka–Kansai, Singapore)
  • Jetstar Japan (Nagoya–Centrair, Osaka–Kansai, Tokyo–Narita)
  • KLM (Amsterdam, Bangkok–Suvarnabhumi)
  • Korean Air (Seoul–Incheon)
  • Kuwait Airways (Kuwait City)
  • Lanmei Airlines (Phnom Penh)
  • Malaysia Airlines (Kuala Lumpur–International)
  • Oman Air (Muscat)
  • PAL Express (Bacolod, Basco, Busuanga, Butuan, Cagayan de Oro, Calbayog, Catarman, Caticlan, Cebu, Cotabato, Davao, Dipolog, Dumaguete, Iloilo, Kalibo, Laoag, Legazpi, Naga, Nanjing, Ozamiz, Pagadian, Puerto Princesa, Roxas, San Jose (Antique), Siargao, Tacloban, Tagbilaran, Zamboanga)
  • Philippine Airlines (Auckland, Bacolod, Bangkok–Suvarnabhumi, Beijing–Capital, Brisbane, Cagayan de Oro, Cebu, Dammam, Davao, Denpasar, Doha, Dubai–International, Fukuoka, General Santos, Guam, Guangzhou, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Hong Kong, Honolulu, Iloilo, Jakarta–Soekarno-Hatta, Kalibo, Kuala Lumpur–International, Laoag, Los Angeles, Macau, Melbourne, Nagoya–Centrair, New York–JFK, Osaka–Kansai, Phnom Penh, Port Moresby, Puerto Princesa, Quanzhou, Riyadh, San Francisco, Sapporo–Chitose, Seoul–Incheon, Shanghai–Pudong, Singapore, Sydney, Taipei–Taoyuan, Tokyo–Haneda, Tokyo–Narita, Toronto–Pearson, Vancouver, Xiamen, Zamboanga)
  • Philippines AirAsia (Bacolod, Bangkok–Don Mueang, Cagayan de Oro, Caticlan, Cebu, Davao, Denpasar, Dumaguete, Guangzhou, Ho Chi Minh City, Hong Kong, Iloilo, Kalibo, Kaohsiung, Kota Kinabalu, Kuala Lumpur–International, Macau, Osaka–Kansai, Puerto Princesa, Roxas, Seoul–Incheon, Shanghai–Pudong, Shenzhen, Singapore, Tacloban, Tagbilaran, Zamboanga)
  • Platinum Skies (Vigan)
  • Qantas (Sydney)
  • Qatar Airways (Doha)
  • Royal Air Philippines (Charter: Nanning, Sihanoukville)
  • Royal Brunei Airlines (Bandar Seri Begawan)
  • Saudia (Jeddah, Riyadh)
  • Scoot (Singapore)
  • Singapore Airlines (Singapore)
  • SkyJet Airlines (Busuanga, San Vicente)
  • Starlux Airlines (Taipei–Taoyuan)
  • Sunlight Air (Bacolod, Busuanga, Cagayan de Oro, Cebu, Puerto Princesa)
  • Thai Airways International (Bangkok–Suvarnabhumi)
  • Turkish Airlines (Istanbul)
  • United Airlines (Guam, Koror)
  • XiamenAir (Quanzhou, Xiamen)


ACTIVITIES AND TOURS IN MANILA

Ninoy Aquino International Airport NAIA

Address: Andrews Avenue, Pasay, 1300 Metro Manila, PHILIPPINES
Phone: +632 8553 8000
Email: pao@miaagovphils.onmicrosoft.com

Lost & Found
Phone: +63 2 877-1109
Location: Locals 2863/3219/4198/3041

WHERE TO STAY NEAR MANILA AIRPORT

Here's a list of hotels and accommodation nearby Ninoy Aquino International Airport:

For affordable accommodation, you may search for Budget Stay near NAIA.

WHERE TO GO FROM MANILA AIRPORT

Here are near tourist spots you must visit during your stay in Manila:

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2022 MANILA AIRPORT: Guide to NAIA, the Ninoy Aquino International Airport [MNL] (List of Flights, Terminals, Directions, Restaurants & Facilities)

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Here's your complete airport guide for NAIA.


Find the most important information about Ninoy Aquino International Airport or NAIA Airport: Flights (Departures, Arrivals and Delays), Parking, Car Rental, Hotels near the airport and other information about Manila Airport (MNL). Plan your trip to MNL Airport with the information provided in this guide.

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ABOUT MANILA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

Ninoy Aquino International Airport or NAIA (IATA: MNL, ICAO: RPLL), also known as Manila International Airport or simply Manila Airport, is one of the two international airports serving the Metro Manila Area and the main international gateway to the Philippines.

NAIA Terminal 1

It is named after Senator Benigno "Ninoy" Aquino Jr., who was murdered at the airport in 1983. NAIA is located along the border between Pasay and Parañaque cities in Metro Manila, about 7 km (3.4 miles) south of the city and southwest of Makati Central Business District.


Here are some useful information about NAIA:
  • NAIA has a total of 4 Terminals and 2 runways.
  • MNL Airport is a hub for Cebu Pacific, Cebgo, Philippine Airlines, PAL Express and a focus city for Philippines AirAsia
  • Ninoy Aquino International Airport handled 47,898,046 passengers in 2019, a 6.3% increase compared to the previous year.
  • During 2020, Manila Airport only registered 7,275,786 passengers due to coronavirus crisis.
  • Over 30 airlines serve Manila Airport.


NAIA Terminals

NAIA Airport consists of four passenger terminals:
  • NAIA Terminal 1 (NAIA 1) also known as the "Ninoy Aquino Terminal", serves almost all the international flights. It has west gates 1-7 and east gates 9-15. The terminal has an area of 73,000 square meters (790,000 sq ft). It was completed in 1981 and is the second oldest terminal at NAIA (after the Old Domestic Terminal, now called Terminal 4), with a design capacity of 4.5 million passengers per year that was later expanded to 6 million passengers.

    The terminal currently serves foreign carriers operating in Manila, except for those in Terminal 3 (All Nippon Airways, Cathay Pacific, Delta Air Lines, Emirates, Etihad Airways, KLM, Qantas, Qatar Airways, Singapore Airlines, Turkish Airlines and United Airlines). It also serves Philippine Airlines flights to and from Canada (Toronto and Vancouver) and the Middle East, except Dubai flights.

  • NAIA Terminal 2 houses international and domestic flights of the country’s flag carrier, Philippine Airlines or PAL. The Terminal 2 (NAIA-2), also known as the Centennial Terminal, has an area of 75,000 square meters (810,000 sq ft), and is located at the Old MIA Road. It began construction in December 1995 and was inaugurated on May 1, 1999 and began operations in 1999.

    Terminal 2 is exclusively used by Philippine Airlines and PAL Express for both its domestic and international flights. It is divided into two wings: the North Wing, for international flights, and the South Wing, which handles domestic operations. It currently has 12 jet bridges.

NAIA Terminals 2

  • NAIA Terminal 3 serves the international flights which are not handled in NAIA Terminal 1 as well as some domestic flights. Terminal 3 (NAIA-3) is the newest and largest terminal in the NAIA complex. Construction started in 1997. Since construction, the terminal has been at the center of legal battles, red tape, and arbitration cases in both the United States and Singapore, as well as technical and safety concerns which delayed its opening several times.

    Terminal 3 is built on a 63.5-hectare (157-acre) lot that sits on Villamor Air Base. The terminal building has a total floor area of 182,500 square meters (1,964,000 sq ft) and a total length of 1.2 kilometers (0.75 mi). A four-level shopping mall connects the terminal and parking buildings. The parking building has a capacity of 2,000 cars and the outdoor parking area has a capacity of 1,200 cars. The terminal is capable of servicing 33,000 passengers daily at peak or 6,000 passengers per hour.

    A 220-meter-long (720 ft) footbridge that opened in April 2017, known as Runway Manila, connects the terminal with Newport City. The bridge contains moving walkways and can accommodate about 2,000 persons at any given time.

  • NAIA Terminal 4 hosts flights from local and regional carriers. Terminal 4 named as Manila Domestic Passenger Terminal, and still known as the Old Domestic Terminal, is the oldest of the four existing terminals, having been built in 1948. It is host to all domestic flights within the Philippines that are operated by Cebgo, among others.

    There are no jet bridges and passengers walk to and from the aircraft or are occasionally bussed. Twenty-six check-in counters are located in the terminal. The departure hall has the seating capacity for 969 people at a time. Several food stores and a book and magazine stall are also available. Five baggage carousels are located in the terminal while domestic airline offices, banks, restaurants and a grocery store are also located right beside the domestic passenger terminal.

    The Domestic Terminal is on the old Airport Road near the north end of Runway 13/31. An old hangar has since been annexed to the terminal.

NAIA Terminal 4

There are 24-hour Airside Shuttle Buses between terminals every 15 minutes. To use the service, passengers are requested to clear customs and immigration first and possess a flight booking or a boarding pass.

On the other hand, Philippine Airlines has its own transfer service between Terminals 2 and 3.

Compare Air Fares

A quick and easy way to do this is to use flight search engines A.K.A airfare comparison sites. Get started by following the steps below:

Step 1: Visit the best flight search engines listed below (click the links to open a new tab).

Step 2: Enter your destinations and travel dates to compare airfares.

Step 3: Go back to this page and select another flight search engine.

Step 4: Repeat steps #2 & #3 until you visit all sites listed.

Step 5: Review the airfare results to find out which airline/site offers the cheapest prices. Take note of all the airlines listed. Use the “Filter” feature to see a list of airlines that fly to your destination.

Airline Promo Fares

If you are looking for cheap flights in the Philippines, see airlines listed below or view all promo fares:

Cheapest Flights and Airline Tickets Online Booking

How To Book a Trip / Reserve a Ticket

Here's a step-by-step guide on how you can get a ticket or check available trips online:
  • Go to this link and INPUT the origin and destination in the search box (eg. Manila - Boracay)
  • Input the dates of your desired arrival.
  • Choose if it is One-way or Return trip.
  • Choose the number of seats you wish to book or reserve
  • Then click Find Tickets to search for the available trips


Manila Airport Facilities and Services

NAIA is equipped with the following facilities:
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Post office
  • Baby care facilities
  • Children’s area
  • Food, drink and retail concessions
  • Information desk
  • Luggage storage
  • Medical services
  • Pharmacy
NAIA Terminal 3

List of Restaurants at NAIA

TERMINAL 1
Listed here the following restaurants and food in Terminal 1:
  • Starbucks Coffee
  • Caffe Xpress
  • Hari-raya Coffee Shop
  • Bo's Coffee
  • Piazza Cafe and Bar
  • Jollibee
  • Mann Hann Restaurant

TERMINAL 2
Listed here the following restaurants and food in Terminal 2:
  • Jollibee
  • Cafe France
  • Seattle's Best Coffee
  • Ya Kun Kaya Toast
  • Krispy Kreme
  • Red Ribbon 
  • GI betrotter Cafe & RestoBar
  • Lola Babe's Food Galore
  • Deli Corner
  • Pasay Centennial Rest
  • Banana Leaf Asian Cafe 

TERMINAL 3
Listed here the following restaurants and food in Terminal 3:
  • Mary Grace
  • Max's Restaurant
  • Pancake House
  • Jollibee
  • KFC
  • Burger King
  • Kenny Rogers Roasters
  • Cinnabon
  • Cafe
  • Tsim Sha Tsui Dimsum & Tea Bar
  • Katha Kape
  • Mrs. Field's Cafe
  • Chaikofi
  • Cafe France
  • Le Amoretto Cafe and Bar
  • Let's Chow Food Haus
  • Kape Manila
  • Potato Corner
  • Kopi Roti
  • Sky Go Cafe
  • Espressamente

HOW TO GET TO NAIA (MANILA AIRPORT)

Via Bus

Nine city bus routes serve the airport from various points in Metro Manila, eight which go via Epifanio de los Santos Avenue (EDSA), and one via Circumferential Road 5 (C-5). Route 18 or the PITX-NAIA Loop route of the Metro Manila Rationalized Bus Transit also stops at all four airport terminals and connects the airport to the Parañaque Integrated Terminal Exchange.

Ultimate Bus Experience (UBE Express) operates a Premium Airport Bus Service that serves on all NAIA Terminals and hotels and commercial areas located in the cities of Manila, Makati, Mandaluyong, Muntinlupa, Quezon City, Pasay, Pasig and Parañaque, all in Metro Manila and in the city of Santa Rosa in Laguna. It also has stops at JAM Liner, Philtranco and Victory Liner terminals in Pasay for passengers going to/coming from the provinces of Northern and Southern Luzon.

HM Transport provides an Airport loop shuttle bus and Premium Point-to-point bus service from Taft Avenue MRT Station and Alabang in Muntinlupa to NAIA Terminal 3. Genesis Transport also provides Premium Point-to-point bus service to Clark International Airport from NAIA Terminal 3.

Via Jeepney

All four terminals are also served by local jeepney routes serving Parañaque and Pasay.

Via Rail

The Nichols railway station with the elevated roads above leading to the airport.

The airport is connected, albeit indirectly, by rail: Baclaran station of the Manila LRT Line 1 and Nichols station of the Philippine National Railways both serve the airport complex.

In the future, with the extension of the existing LRT Line 1, a new station, Manila International Airport station, is set to connect the airport, albeit still indirectly, to the LRT-1. A four-station spur extension of the LRT Line 1, directly connecting Terminal 3 to Baclaran, is also proposed.

Under the new LRT Line 6 proposal, a station will be built near Terminal 1. Once approved, it will directly connect Cavite province with NAIA.

A station of the Metro Manila Subway line will connect the airport directly by rail.

Via Private Vehicle

The NAIA Expressway is the first airport expressway in the Philippines.

The NAIA Expressway or NAIA Skyway is the first airport expressway and second elevated tollway in the Philippines. It starts from Sales Interchange of Skyway at the boundary of Pasay and Taguig and ends in Entertainment City, Parañaque.

The access ramps of the expressway connects with Terminals 1, 2 and 3 of the airport and also connects with Macapagal Boulevard for motorists and commuters going to/coming from Manila and Manila-Cavite Expressway or CAVITEx for motorists and commuters travelling to/from the province of Cavite.

ATTRACTIONS TO SEE IN MANILA 

Klook.com

List Airlines and Commercial Flights at NAIA

Here are the following airline companies that serve flights from/to Ninoy Aquino International Airport:
  • Air China (Beijing–Capital)
  • Air Juan (Busuanga)
  • Air Niugini (Port Moresby)
  • AirAsia (Kuala Lumpur–International)
  • AirSWIFT (El Nido)
  • All Nippon Airways (Tokyo–Haneda, Tokyo–Narita)
  • Asiana Airlines (Seoul–Incheon)
  • Cathay Pacific (Hong Kong)
  • Cebgo (Busuanga, Camiguin, Caticlan, Cebu, Legazpi, Marinduque, Masbate, Naga, San Jose [Mindoro], Siargao, Tablas, Virac)
  • Cebu Pacific (Bacolod, Bandar Seri Begawan, Bangkok–Suvarnabhumi, Beijing–Capital, Butuan, Cagayan de Oro, Caticlan, Cauayan, Cebu, Cotabato, Davao, Denpasar, Dipolog, Dubai–International, Dumaguete, Fukuoka, General Santos, Guangzhou, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Hong Kong, Iloilo, Jakarta–Soekarno-Hatta, Kalibo, Kota Kinabalu, Kuala Lumpur–International, Legazpi, Macau, Melbourne, Nagoya–Centrair, Osaka–Kansai, Ozamiz, Pagadian, Puerto Princesa, Roxas, Seoul–Incheon, Shanghai–Pudong, Shenzhen, Singapore, Sydney, Tacloban, Tagbilaran, Taipei–Taoyuan, Tokyo–Narita, Tuguegarao, Virac, Xiamen, Zamboanga)
  • China Airlines (Kaohsiung, Taipei–Taoyuan)
  • China Eastern Airlines (Shanghai–Pudong)
  • China Southern Airlines (Guangzhou, Shenzhen)
  • Emirates (Dubai–International)
  • Ethiopian Airlines (Addis Ababa)
  • Etihad Airways (Abu Dhabi)
  • EVA Air (Taipei–Taoyuan)
  • Gulf Air (Bahrain)
  • Hong Kong Airlines (Hong Kong)
  • Indonesia AirAsia (Denpasar)
  • Japan Airlines (Tokyo–Haneda, Tokyo–Narita)
  • Jeju Air (Seoul–Incheon)
  • Jetstar Asia Airways (Osaka–Kansai, Singapore)
  • Jetstar Japan (Nagoya–Centrair, Osaka–Kansai, Tokyo–Narita)
  • KLM (Amsterdam, Bangkok–Suvarnabhumi)
  • Korean Air (Seoul–Incheon)
  • Kuwait Airways (Kuwait City)
  • Lanmei Airlines (Phnom Penh)
  • Malaysia Airlines (Kuala Lumpur–International)
  • Oman Air (Muscat)
  • PAL Express (Bacolod, Basco, Busuanga, Butuan, Cagayan de Oro, Calbayog, Catarman, Caticlan, Cebu, Cotabato, Davao, Dipolog, Dumaguete, Iloilo, Kalibo, Laoag, Legazpi, Naga, Nanjing, Ozamiz, Pagadian, Puerto Princesa, Roxas, San Jose (Antique), Siargao, Tacloban, Tagbilaran, Zamboanga)
  • Philippine Airlines (Auckland, Bacolod, Bangkok–Suvarnabhumi, Beijing–Capital, Brisbane, Cagayan de Oro, Cebu, Dammam, Davao, Denpasar, Doha, Dubai–International, Fukuoka, General Santos, Guam, Guangzhou, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Hong Kong, Honolulu, Iloilo, Jakarta–Soekarno-Hatta, Kalibo, Kuala Lumpur–International, Laoag, Los Angeles, Macau, Melbourne, Nagoya–Centrair, New York–JFK, Osaka–Kansai, Phnom Penh, Port Moresby, Puerto Princesa, Quanzhou, Riyadh, San Francisco, Sapporo–Chitose, Seoul–Incheon, Shanghai–Pudong, Singapore, Sydney, Taipei–Taoyuan, Tokyo–Haneda, Tokyo–Narita, Toronto–Pearson, Vancouver, Xiamen, Zamboanga)
  • Philippines AirAsia (Bacolod, Bangkok–Don Mueang, Cagayan de Oro, Caticlan, Cebu, Davao, Denpasar, Dumaguete, Guangzhou, Ho Chi Minh City, Hong Kong, Iloilo, Kalibo, Kaohsiung, Kota Kinabalu, Kuala Lumpur–International, Macau, Osaka–Kansai, Puerto Princesa, Roxas, Seoul–Incheon, Shanghai–Pudong, Shenzhen, Singapore, Tacloban, Tagbilaran, Zamboanga)
  • Platinum Skies (Vigan)
  • Qantas (Sydney)
  • Qatar Airways (Doha)
  • Royal Air Philippines (Charter: Nanning, Sihanoukville)
  • Royal Brunei Airlines (Bandar Seri Begawan)
  • Saudia (Jeddah, Riyadh)
  • Scoot (Singapore)
  • Singapore Airlines (Singapore)
  • SkyJet Airlines (Busuanga, San Vicente)
  • Starlux Airlines (Taipei–Taoyuan)
  • Sunlight Air (Bacolod, Busuanga, Cagayan de Oro, Cebu, Puerto Princesa)
  • Thai Airways International (Bangkok–Suvarnabhumi)
  • Turkish Airlines (Istanbul)
  • United Airlines (Guam, Koror)
  • XiamenAir (Quanzhou, Xiamen)


ACTIVITIES AND TOURS IN MANILA

Ninoy Aquino International Airport NAIA

Address: Andrews Avenue, Pasay, 1300 Metro Manila, PHILIPPINES
Phone: +632 8553 8000
Email: pao@miaagovphils.onmicrosoft.com

Lost & Found
Phone: +63 2 877-1109
Location: Locals 2863/3219/4198/3041

WHERE TO STAY NEAR MANILA AIRPORT

Here's a list of hotels and accommodation nearby Ninoy Aquino International Airport:

For affordable accommodation, you may search for Budget Stay near NAIA.

WHERE TO GO FROM MANILA AIRPORT

Here are near tourist spots you must visit during your stay in Manila:

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