November 27, 2016

NAIA Terminals

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  • Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA), a.k.a. Manila International Airport, is located on the boundary of Paranaque and Pasay cities. It currently has four terminals and each houses different international and domestic flights. If you are a first time traveler in the Philippines, it is vital to know the difference between them to save time, energy, and money.

    With the worsening traffic en route to NAIA, it’s better to familiarize yourselves from flight services to restaurants nearby.

    NAIA 1

    naia-terminal-1NAIA terminal 1. Image from Philippine Star

    NAIA 1 is the current home to most internationally-based airlines. These are the list of airlines at NAIA 1:

    • Cebu Pacific Air
    • PAL Express
    • Delta Airlines
    • Philippine Airline
    • All Nippon Air
    • KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
    • Singapore Airline
    • Emirates Airline
    • Emirates Airline and Cathay Pacific Airways

    If you’re way too early for your flight or you just want to rest after a tedious flight, you can try visiting near coffee shops around the area like Bo’s Coffee and Starbucks.

    Airport Trunkline: (02) 877-1109

    NAIA 2

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    NAIA 2 waiting area. Image from David Montasco

    NAIA 2 currently houses international and domestic flights of the country’s flag carrier: Philippine Airlines. It is divided into two wings: North wing for International Flights, South wing for Domestic Flights.

    There are also restaurants and shops around the area such as:

    • Duty Free Philippines
    • Cafe France F & B Cafe Maria Del
    • Jollibee
    • Red Ribbon

    Airport trunkline: (02) 877-1109

    NAIA 3

    OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERANAIA 3 facade. Image from Lala Rimando

    NAIA 3 also houses international flights not served at Terminal 1. It is the newest and biggest terminal which also operates domestic flights. There’s a newly opened lounge accessible to both airline passengers and the general public where there are rooms, showers, services including massage, manicure and pedicure, and other amenities.

    The following restaurants are also near the area:

    • Kenny Rogers Roasters
    • China Tang
    • Sap Juicery
    • Dimsum N’ Dumplings
    • Ramen Nagi
    • Pancake House
    • The Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf
    • McDonald’s

    Airport trunkline: (02) 877-7888

    NAIA 4

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    NAIA Terminal 4 facade. Image from intrepidwanderer.com

    NAIA 4, also known as the Manila Domestic Passenger Terminal, located along Domestic Road in Pasay City, hosts flights from local carriers such as Air Asia Zest, Tigerair Philippines and Skyjet Airlines with the exception of certain international AirAsia routes that operate from Terminal 3.

    They also have the following coffee shops and restaurants around the area:

    • Seattle’s Best Coffee
    • Papa John’s
    • Cinnabon
    • Goldilocks
    • Cafe France
    • Mister Donut

    Airport trunkline: (02) 877-1109

     

    Source: www.manila-airport.net Ninoy Aquino International Airport MIAA

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