Find below the available means of transportation in Manila International Airport:
Bus: There are local and city buses to Manila.
Taxi: Get within 20 minutes to downtown Manila by taxi.
Rail: The Light Rail Transit System (LRT) is a safe way to get to Manila from NAIA.
Shuttle: From NAIA departs a shuttle service to Manila, the UBE Express.
– NAIA Terminal 1: From 08:00 am to 10:00 pm
– NAIA Terminal 2: From 08:00 am to 10:00 pm
– NAIA Terminal 3: 24 hours
– NAIA Terminal 4: 08:00 am to 10:00 pm
Buses depart every 30 minutes and trip time can be of more than an hour since traffic conditions in Manila tend to be complicated.
Car Rental: Rent a car in Manila Airport.
In Manila Airport you can find the following car rental companies:
Avis; Budget; Europcar; Hertz; National; Thrifty; Viajero Rent a Car
The car rental companies displayed above operate at NAIA Terminal 1, NAIA Terminal 2 and NAIA Terminal 3.
NAIA Terminal 1:
NAIA Terminal 1 serves almost all the international flights. It has west gates 1-7 and east gates 9-15.
NAIA Terminal 1, also known as Ninoy Aquino Terminal, operates severalinternational services, although many carriers have already moved to NAIA Terminal 3, which also operates international flights.
On the other hand, NAIA 1 also serves some international flights of Philippine Airlines.
It is the oldest terminal in Manila Airport and is able to accommodate 6 million passengers per year.
NAIA Terminal 2:
NAIA Terminal 2 houses international and domestic flights of the country’s flag carrier, Philippine Airlines or PAL.
Terminal 2 is also known as the Centennial Terminal to commemorate the centennial year of declaration of Philippine independence.
The shape of NAIA Terminal 2 is like a “V”.
NAIA Terminal 3:
NAIA Terminal 3 serves the international flights which are not handled in NAIA Terminal 1 as well as some domestic flights.
NAIA Terminal 3 is the newest and largest terminal in Manila Airport.
Since 2017, it is connected to Newport City by a 220-meter long footbridge.
It hosts some international flights of certain airlines and is expected that more international operations will be transferred in order to lessen the existing congestion in NAIA Terminal 1.
Terminal 3 has the capacity to handle 13 million international passengers annually.
NAIA Terminal 4:
NAIA Terminal 4 hosts flights from local and regional carriers.
NAIA Terminal 4 is also known as the Manila Domestic Passenger Terminal or the Old Domestic Terminal since it is the oldest facility at Manila Airport.
It hosts both domestic and regional services by Cebgo and other non-international carriers.
Clark International Airport is an international airport located within the Clark Freeport Zone between Angeles and Mabalacat in the province of Pampanga, Philippines. It is located 43.2 NM (80.0 km; 49.7 mi) northwest of Manila. It is accessible through the Subic–Clark–Tarlac Expressway.
The airport serves Central Luzon, Northern Luzon, and to an extent Metro Manila. The name is derived from the former American Clark Air Base which was the largest overseas base of the United States Air Force until it was closed in 1991 and handed over to the Government of the Philippines.
The airport serves both international and domestic flights. A new passenger terminal building is under construction and is expected to be finished in 2020.
Mactan–Cebu International Airport is the second busiest international airport in the Philippines. It is located in Lapu-Lapu City on Mactan Island, a part of Metro Cebu and serves the Central Visayas region. The airport is managed by the Mactan–Cebu International Airport Authority and serves as a hub for Cebu Pacific, Pan Pacific Airlines, and Royal Air Charter Service.
On 797 hectares (1,970 acres), it has a single 3,300-meter (10,800 ft) runway that was built by the United States in 1956 as an emergency airport for U.S. Air Forces’ Strategic Air Command bombers and was known as the Mactan Air Base. The runway is complemented by a full-length taxiway that it shares with the current Mactan Air Base of the Philippine Air Force.
Davao International Airport also known as Francisco Bangoy International Airport, is the main airport serving Davao City in the Philippines. It is the busiest airport on the island of Mindanao. The airport has a single 3,000-meter precision runway.
A new terminal, inaugurated in 2003, replaces the previous airport terminals, which lie just across it, in handling both domestic and international flights operating to and from Davao. The modern facility is designed to handle approximately 2 million passengers annually and 84,600 metric tons of cargo annually. The added capacity is also complemented by the latest navigational, security, and baggage handling equipment.
The airport is currently serving 7 airlines and is handling from 3 to 4 million passengers annually.
The Philippines is an archipelagic nation made out of 7,107 islands with 82 provinces divided into 18 areas. It is known for having its rich biodiversity and it is the primary vacation spot in Asia. Its beaches and islands are among the nation’s most well-known visitor destinations. Warm water, schools of tropical fish & sea turtles complement the whole experience. It’s a paradise for snorkel and scuba dive lovers!
Pampanga holds the title of being the Culinary Capital of the Philippines as they offer some of the best Filipino dishes. Famous dishes include sisig, caldereta, menudo, morcon, and estofado. Most of these dishes are known in the entire country and are commonly present especially during Filipino celebrations such as fiestas and birthdays.
Other noted dishes are lechon from Cebu, Laing and Bicol express from South Luzon, grilled seafood from Visayas region and exotic fruits from Mindanao.
Adobo, sinigang, pancit, lumpia and halo-halo are a favorite not just the Filipinos but even tourist who visits the country.
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