July 07, 2020

NAIA Terminal 3 To Resume Flight Operations on July 8

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  • As the global aviation industry gradually embraces new normal, the Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) is set to resume the international flight operations at Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 3 effective starting July 8, Wednesday.

    In the latest memorandum released by MIAA last July 2, all airlines that temporarily transferred its operations at Terminal 1 due to the pandemic are now allowed to return and resume their respective flight operations at NAIA Terminal 3. This is after the said terminal closed its doors last March 28 in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.

    The NAIA Terminal 3 will open its gates for arrival and departure at 12:01 a.m. on July 8 for flights of All Nippon Airways, Air Asia Berhad, Cathay Pacific, Emirates, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Qatar Airways, Singapore Airlines, and Turkish Airlines.

    However, international operations of other airline carriers such as Cebu Pacific, Delta Air, Qantas Airways, and United Airways assigned in Terminal 3 will remain suspended until further announcement.

    On the other hand, NAIA Terminal 2 still continues its operations for international arrival flights of Philippine Airlines (PAL). As of writing, PAL’s international departures operate from NAIA Terminal 1 along with the following list of airlines:

    • Air China
    • Air Niugini
    • Asiana Airlines
    • China Airlines
    • China Eastern
    • China Southern
    • Etihad Airways
    • Eva Air
    • Ethiopian Airlines
    • Gulf Air
    • Hong Kong Airlines
    • Japan Airlines
    • Jeju Air
    • Jetstar Asia
    • Jetstar Japan
    • Korean Airlines
    • Kuwait Airways
    • Malaysian Airlines
    • Oman Air
    • Royal Brunei Airlines
    • Saudia Airlines
    • Scoot
    • Thai Airways
    • Xiamen Air

    Some of the aforementioned foreign carriers operating in Manila also service repatriation flights. NAIA Terminal 4 remains closed until further notice.

    For more information, you may reach MIAA via its official Facebook page or through the MIAA voice hotline at 8877-1111/0917-839-6242/0918-839-6242.

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    I am waiting for international flights from the US into Cebu to open up. I am on vacation starting in December and I want to come ro the Philippines to visit friends. But I am waiting to see if lockdown has been lifted.

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