Airport Details for
Ninoy Aquino International Airport NAIA
Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) is the primary international airport of The Philippines and for Metro Manila. International flights arriving at NAIA may use three terminal buildings with international arrivals handling capability while domestic flights may use one of two terminals which perform a dual function for domestic services. In 2015, more than 36 million passengers traveled through NAIA. Manila NAIA is the nearest airport to Taal volcano and Places such as Anilao (Batangas) and Ternate.
Manila International Airport NAIA has four passenger terminals. Within 20 minutes drive from NAIA is the seaplane terminal at CCP, Pasay City. from CCP you can reach Puerto Galera and Subic Bay directly via seaplane.
Terminal 1 is the long-time international terminal, serving the majority of international airlines that fly long-haul to the Philippines, it is located close to the Philippine Duty Free centre and Casino Filipino.
Terminal 2 / Centennial Terminal
Terminal 2 (also known as the Centennial Terminal) primarily serves Philippine Airlines and Philippine Airlines' code-share flights.
Terminal 3 is located at the northeast side of the airport and is the newest terminal, serving Cebu Pacific, PAL Express and other domestic carriers. Terminal 3 also handles Asia Region arrivals and departure for Cebu Pacific and and a growing number of international airlines.
Domestic Terminal 4
The Domestic Terminal 4 is located between Terminal 1 and Terminal 3, serving Cebu Pacific and most Air Asia flights.
Charter flight operators do not normally use the four airport terminal buildings and instead use their own aircraft hangers for departure and arrivals. Almost all of the charter flight operators are located between the Domestic Terminal and Terminal 3.
There at two airport hotels near NAIA, one near to Terminal 1 and Terminal 2, the other near Terminal 3. There are a number of airport hotels in the vicinity of Terminal 3; the new airport hotels are mostly promoted as 5-star hotels.
Manila International Airport opened in 1948, it took over part of the then Nichols Field air force base. Various expansions since then have brought it to its present size but it is unlikely to expand further because of the pressures of Metro Manila's ever growing population. Clark DMIA airport at Clark Field / Angeles City, 55km to the North, has taken some pressure off NAIA in the 21st century but NAIA remains the best way to fly into Metro Manila for most travelers with onward connections to the best Philippine holiday destinations.
From Manila NAIA Explore
From NAIA you can easily travel by road to: explore the beaches and beach resort areas of Batangas; explore the volcanoes, hot springs and waterfalls around Taal Lake
, Mount Banahao and Mount Makiling to the South; explore Metro Manila and indulge yourself playing golf
in the historic city of Intramuros and browsing the many antique and curio shops in Malate and Ermita; explore the malls and restaurants of Makati, Ortigas, Pasay and Malate. Fly to Manila NAIA for history, golf, sailing, rowing & shopping, and as your gateway to explore the best Philippine holiday destinations via domestic airline routes.
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